Want to know the red raspberry leaf tea benefits for fertility? In this post we’re going to be discussing the benefits for both fertility as well as further along in your future pregnancy for labor.

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Red Raspberry Leaf Tea Benefits Fertility

I used red raspberry tea in my first two pregnancies (currently pregnant with baby #3) and while trying to conceive my third child. There are a lot of benefits to red raspberry leaf tea for labor as well as fertility.

In this post you’ll learn what those benefits are and how they can specifically help you in your current TTC journey.

After reading this post you’ll be able to know how this herbal tea benefits fertility, when to drink it and how to prepare it as well.

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Red Raspberry Leaf Tea Benefits for Fertility

  • Uterus Toning

One of the main reasons I decided on red raspberry leaf tea as my fertility tea of choice is for it’s ability to tone the uterus.

This can be helpful for contractions, yes, but also during fertility to improve the uterine lining and strengthen the uterus for conception and implantation.

  • Healthy Periods

Due to the above benefit, red raspberry leaf tea can also help your menses. This benefit is for the ladies who struggle with unbearable cramping and heavy days. Toning the uterus and decreasing inflammation can assist with and improve symptoms.

  • Decrease Inflammation

Inflammation is a main cause to multiple diseases and conditions , specifically endometriosis and PCOS, in the fertility world. Incorporating this tea with the addition of anti-inflammatory foods can help heal your body for conception.

  • Full of Vitamins and Nutrients

As a herbal tea it’s no surprise that red raspberry leaf tea is full of vitamins and nutrients including vitamins A, C, and E as well as calcium and potassium.

While these specific nutrients don’t directly help fertility they can help your body become healthier for a successful pregnancy.

  • Improves Digestion

Red raspberry leaf tea have natural laxative properties and can help with digestion. Optimal digestion is important for fertility due to the correlation between our hormones and digestive system.

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When should I drink red raspberry leaf tea for fertility?

You can start drinking red raspberry leaf tea on the first day of your cycle leading up to ovulation. Because of it’s ability to tone and contract the uterus, you do not want to continue using the tea during the two week wait as a precaution.

Does red raspberry leaf tea help with hormones?

Red raspberry leaf tea has unique benefits that all help with improved hormonal health including improved digestion, decreased inflammation and the amount of nutrients available in the tea.

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Red Raspberry Leaf Tea and Pregnancy

When pregnant with my first daughter I drank red raspberry leaf tea three times a week in week 34 of my pregnancy. In my second pregnancy I drank 1 -2 cups starting at around 35 weeks pregnant.

With my first baby I went into labor at 38 weeks pregnant and the labor was a precipitous labor (less than 3 hours) so that’s why I decided to wait to start it with my 2nd pregnancy. My second baby came at 38 weeks as well and I labor with mild contractions for 14 minutes.

Check out my labor and delivery vlogs for both babies on YouTube:

Labor and Delivery #1

Labor and Delivery #2

Fertility Tea Recipe

  • Honey (I love this brand)

Directions:
Prepare 8 oz of hot water. Steep red raspberry leaf tea bag in hot water for 7 minutes. Add wild berry zinger and steep another 3 minutes. Remove both tea bags, add honey or other sweetener of choice. Drink and enjoy.

Drink 1 -2 teas per day.

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