About FertilHerb™ for Women
FertilHerb™ for Women is our most popular dietary supplement for fertility and the best-selling fertility supplement in the world.
Irregular or abnormal ovulation accounts for 30% to 40% of all cases of infertility. FertilHerb™ for Women is an all natural, fertility-enhancing supplement, specially developed to balance the hormones that govern the monthly cycle and reproduction.
FertilHerb for women was formulated by leading fertility experts to offer a unique two-way approach with enhancing female fertility and reproductive wellness.
It is the only fertility supplement that combines comprehensive preconception vitamin and mineral support with a proprietary blend of scientifically validated fertility enhancing herbs including vitex, Tribulus Terrestris, and Maca.
Choosing FertilHerb for women means you are getting all of the nutritional support you need while trying to conceive as well as the best ingredients available for promoting female hormone balance and menstrual cycle regularity.
One bottle of FertilHerb for women includes 60 capsules, which is a one-month supply. We recommend taking two capsules each day, one with breakfast and one with dinner. We suggest buying a minimum of 3 month supply as the benefits of herbal properties can take up to three months to reach maximum effect.
FertilHerb™ supplements are all-natural and safe to use. With no artificial dyes, colors or preservatives, it’s the perfect natural alternative to fertility drugs and prescription medications.
FertilHerb™ for Women contains the widest effective range of ingredients along with the most appropriate dosage as opposed to other female fertility supplements available on the market.
- Myo-inositol – Many studies found Myo-inositol to be a simple and safe treatment capable of restoring spontaneous ovarian activity and consequently fertility in most patients with PCOS.
- Selenomethionine – Selenium (Se) is a trace element essential for the appropriate course of vital processes in the human body. Furthermore, selenium plays a significant role in the undisturbed functioning of the reproductive system.
- Vitamin B9- Folic Acid – Many studies concluded folic acid supplementation may be a cheap, safe, and effective method of primary prevention of neural-tube defects but that this must be confirmed in a large, multicentre trial.
- Vitamin D3 Cholecalciferol – Serum level of vitamin D is associated with the risk of PCOS, but the therapeutic effect of vitamin D on PCOS remains to be further explored.
- Vitamin E – A mineral composite involved in metabolism and cell division. Vitamin E deficiency is associated with increased infection, anemia, stunting of growth, and poor outcomes during pregnancy for both the infant and the mother.
- Vitamin B6- Pyridoxine HCL – Recent studies suggest that folate and vitamin B6 deficiency, especially when occurring simultaneously, may increase the risk of clinical spontaneous abortion. Additional prospective studies are needed to confirm these findings and to determine whether antenatal B vitamin supplementation reduces spontaneous abortion risk.
- Vitamin B12 – vitamin B12 deficiency may be a cause of infertility or recurrent spontaneous abortion.
- Iron – Research shows that iron supplementation could decrease the risk of ovulatory infertility.
- CoQ10 – Coenzyme Q10 restores oocyte mitochondrial function and fertility during reproductive aging.
- Maca Root – Maca is a popular herb with fertility-enhancing properties.
- Tribulus Terrestris – Studies found Tribulus Terrestris may be effective in treating sexual problems among menopausal women.
- Vitex Chasteberry – Vitex may be effective in the treatment of moderate‐to‐severe PMS, especially in symptoms of negative affect and insomnia.
For Best Results
- Take the recommended dosage, 2 capsules daily with food or immediately after. A lower dosage is likely to prevent the expected effect.
- Maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Keep a balanced diet.
- Avoid excessive alcohol drinking.
- Stop smoking.
- Refrain from extreme obesity.
- Wash fruits and vegetables.
- Stay low on processed and fried products like puff pastry, white flour, and white sugar.
To increase your chances of fertilization, start having sex in the few days leading up to ovulation, as sperm can live for three to five days inside a woman’s body.
Amount Per Serving
|Vitamin D3:||4000 IU|
|Vitamin E:||17 IU|
|Vitamin B6:||6 mg|
|Folic Acid:||500 mcg|
|Vitamin B12:||10 mcg|
|Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)||proprietary formula|
|Vitex Chasteberry (fruit)||proprietary formula|
|Tribulus Terrestris||proprietary formula|
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