Did you know that cervical mucus is important for fertility? Most women think its just for the ease of penetration for intercourse, “I’m wet ” or “my body is moved”, but its not only for that.

Cervical mucus that a woman produces actually helps in conception efforts. Here’s how…
The cervix produces different types of mucus depending on where a woman is at in her menstrual cycle. Just after menstruation, the cervix produces a fluid that is thick and acidic which is designed to prevent sperm from entering the vagina. This is known as infertile mucus.
Fertile cervical mucus (CM), also known as cervical fluid (CF) is produced by your cervix as ovulation approaches. Cervical mucus is necessary for allowing the sperm to swim freely through the cervix.
In order to support healthy cervical mucus production we must consider herbs that supply essential fatty acids, especially omega-6. Herbs that are demulcent and bitter are supportive of mucus membrane function. We must also be sure to stay hydrated When talking of hydration, water, green tea, roobios tea are good. Carbonated drinks are a No! No!! Herbs that increase circulation to the genitals may also be helpful.
Like Borage seed oil (Borago officinalis): High in omega-6 essential fatty acids, Borage seed oil works to increase cervical mucus and balance hormones.
Dandelion leaf and root (Taraxacum officinale): This bitter herb is stimulating to the mucus membranes, which causes them to secrete fluids. Dandelion is a very nutritive herb, helping to support liver health for hormonal balance.
Evening Primrose Oil, cold pressed seed (Oenothera biennis): This oil is high in omega-6 essential fatty acids. It works to increase cervical mucus and balance hormones. 

The good news is that all these herbs are extracts that are packaged into our fertility boosters. So, TTC moms what are you waiting for? Contact @yemiswiss today to get your fertility kit. It has helped a lot of people become joyful mothers and yours will not be an exception!

Call/whatsapp +234-8028112557

 

 

Have a fruitful week!