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Female Sterility

Written by  Alex Sherman
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Female infertility, or sterility, refers to inability to conceive and give birth. This term is often mistaken with frigidity which is the failure to perform the act or performing it incorrectly.

There are many factors that can contribute to the problem, those include:

  • Stress
  • Tension
  • Depression
  • Fear
  • Anxiety

Other causes can include:

  • Physical defects
  • Functionality faults
  • Physical debility
  • Gonorrhoea, syphilis, and the inflammation of the fallopian tubes
  • Constipation
  • Chronic anaemia
  • Obesity
  • Emaciation

Vitamins and Nutrients

There are certain nutrients the body needs in order to effectively conceive. Vitamin C, E, and zinc are extremely important. For those patients who are unable to conceive we recommend taking 1000 mg of vitamin C, 100 I.U. of vitamin E, and 30 mg of zinc each day.

Jambul (Blackberry) Leaves

Make an infusion by pouring 250 ml of boiling water over 20 mg of fresh black berry leaves, let steep for at least two hours. We recommend consuming this infusion with honey or some buttermilk.

Banyan Roots

The roots should be dried and finely powdered. Take 20 grams of the powder and mix with milk. Repeat this every evening for at least three nights after the monthly period. Be sure to refrain from any food for at least two hours after drinking the concoction. We recommend doing this after each period.

Last modified on Sunday, 01 May 2011 20:20
Alex Sherman

Alex Sherman

Alex was born and raised in the North Georgia mountains. At the age of 18 he started his own green maid service which soon found a new home in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2009 he sold the company and founded the Green Life Pages to pursue his growing passion to educate others about sustainable living. The website's form soon began to change and is now a collaborative effort between Alex and a few friends (Kathleen & Sarah)  who are just as passionation about health and sustainability. 

Alex believes strongly in networking and education. Through both he believes we can achieve a greener, healthier, and more informed planet.

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