Ways to Boost your Ovulation Naturally

How to improve your ovulation naturally

Most ladies are afraid to stimulate ovulation by taking medications, they will rather start searching alternative natural ways to increase the probability to conceive soon. This is to ease this task having gathered the most popular products and methods that will boost your ovulation naturally.

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To increase ovulation naturally food and Nutrition plays a crucial role in stimulating ovulation. The woman must be supplied with all necessary elements and vitamins. They usually contain folic acid, which is responsible for the formation of the nervous system of the future baby.

The list of foods for ovulation stimulation is vast non exhaustible.

They include but are not limited to;

Cheese; milk of different fat content; kefir; apples, fresh pineapples; carrot; sesame; soybeans; chicken; eggs; fresh and boiled beets; tomatoes.

However there is a sure tested and tried recipe which has worked for so many women and still working especially in our clime here, we call itOvulation Boosterand so many ladies have said Good-Bye To Barrennessafter using it.

If you try this method too hopefully you may carry your own baby before long.

Essential Items;

1. 40 leaves of fertility plant (newbouldia laevis) popularly known as the tree of life or fertility tree in Nigeria.

Its local Nigerian names include Akoko (Yoruba), Aduruku

(Hausa), and Ogirisi (Igbo). The root and leaves are used in the

treatment of diseases such as fever, headache, convulsion, epilepsy, and manic disorders.

2. 20 pieces of xylopia aethiopica (Erunje= Yoruba Uda= Igbo English= **** pepper)

3. 40 leaves of Alstonia boneei ( Ahun)

4. 5 litre of water

2 bottles of honey

Method of preparation

Cook everything together excluding the honey and allow to boil for 10 minutes then allow to stand for 24 hours

Sieve and add the honey

It is ready for use.

Dosage;

1 shot 3 times daily

Note: please stop taking when you miss your period

The only known side effect so far is that its slightly laxative

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