[ad_1] Two Delicious Juice Recipes to Boost Fertility

Foods and herbs have long been used as medicines and remedies throughout the world. Certain foods are said to boost fertility and these recipes have been created with this in mind. Delicious and packed with goodness, you should drink one of these juices every day if you are trying to get pregnant.

I have included a Bonus Juice recipe at the end which contains ingredients known for their aphrodisiac purposes. share with your partner to help get you in the mood!

You will need a juicer and a blender to make these juices.

Femme fatale

4 sweet apples, unpeeled

4 medium radishes

8oz purslane

1 handful alfalfa sprouts

Juice all the ingredients together and pour over ice. Purslane has been used as a medicinal plant for centuries. It is a source of omega 3 fatty acids and can be found in shops which stock African or Moroccan foods. This juice is full of vitamins A and C, as well as calcium. You will get phytoestrogens from the radishes and sensuous volatile oils from the apples.

Passionate Pumpkin

2 apricots (stoned)

1 mango (peeled and stoned)

1 slice pumpkin

Juice these ingredients, then blend with:

1 dessert spoon wheat germ

1 teaspoon sesame seeds

1 tiny pinch saffron

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This juice is a fantastic concoction for women and men. The combination of ingredients encourage production of healthy sperm. It is packed with vitamin E, sometimes known as the fertility vitamin. Saffron is also widely thought to have aphrodisiac properties.

Bonus Aphrodisiac Juice – Eastern Promise

2 large fresh figs

1 pawpaw

8oz black grapes

These three ingredients are bursting with volatile oils and hormone stimulating properties. The fig tree has been worshipped in India for 5000 years and figs were fed to the athletes in Ancient Greece to enhance their performance. A perfect desert to share with your partner before enjoying an early night in together!

Enjoy these healthy juices every day. They are packed with nutrients for optimum fertility and can help you to get pregnant naturally.

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Source by Claire Carpenter

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