While I am finished having kids, I know that many of you are not and pray every day for a baby to grow in your body. And for some of you, it is just not happening for some reason. And for some still, it is happening, and then you have to say goodbye after only a few weeks or months to a baby you never had the chance to meet. I feel so sad for you all. I wish there was some magic dust I could sprinkle over all of you to help you get the results you wish for so deeply.
While I don’t have magic dust, a friend of mine, Maria, over at Life, Loss and Other Things Worth Mentioning has started a new adventure.
She has, unfortunately, had some experience with loss of babies and trouble conceiving. She has a tea for sale called TTC Tea (that’s trying to conceive for those like me who aren’t always up on all the acronyms). TTC Tea has lots of great ingredients in it that help promote a healthy female body. If your body isn’t healthy, it is that much harder to conceive and keep a baby.
Obviously, they make no promises. This tea is not the magic dust I spoke of earlier. Unfortunately, there is no magic dust. However, there ARE things you can do to help your body along. And the TTC Tea is one of them.
If you are like many out there struggling to add to your family (or start a family), you know how painful it can be to always get a negative test back. Maybe this tea can help? I know one thing for sure! It can’t hurt! It has lots of yummy things in it that our bodies need to house a baby: Red Clover (uterus and hormonal function), Red Raspberry Leaf (strengthens female reproductive system), Chamomile (menstrual cramps and irregularity), Nettle Leaf (PMS and bloating), Peppermint (flavor and digestion), Chaste Berry/Vitex (regulate cycle and extend luteal phase), and Green Tea (antioxidant, makes eggs more viable).
I do wish that this can give you some hope and maybe even help give you the baby that you so richly long for and desire.
***If you are already pregnant, (or for when you are) they also sell Welcome Womb which may help to prevent miscarriage.***