No Sperm- No Problem

When I talk about natural remedies, I usually only talk about things that are in my financial reach.  Homeopathy is cheap, and energy healing is free, as are prayers and hands-on healing.  Here is a modern day problem that many couples seem to have these days- getting pregnant.  Some unfortunate  folks today spend thousands of dollars to try to solve fertility problems, while all the time there is a non-evasive, natural, inexpensive solution attainable to all;

cinamonYunani and Ayurvedic Medicine have been using honey for thousands of years to strengthen the semen of men. If a man was impotent he would regularly take two tablespoons of honey before going to bed, and his problem would be solved.

In China, Japan and Far-East countries, women who do not conceive and need to strengthen the uterus, have been taking cinnamon powder for centuries. Here is what the women do…they take a pinch of cinnamon powder in half teaspoon of honey and apply it on the gums frequently throughout the day so that it slowly mixes with the saliva and enters the body.

There was a couple in Maryland who were reported to have had no children fortwins the 14 years they had been together, and had lost hope of having a child of their own. When they were told about this process, both husband and wife started taking honey and cinnamon as stated above and the wife conceived after a few months and delivered full term twins!

From a homeopathic standpoint, and of course depending on the individual, many remedies have been used for both man and woman, as follows;

sepia: this type of homeopathy remedy is used to treat irregular or absent ovulation, or  used when low sex drive is contributing to difficulty in getting pregnant                                                                                                             sabina: recommended for women who have experienced recurrent miscarriage                                                                                                                 aurum: used in cases when low sex drive and depression are the cause of infertility                                                                                                                        phosphorus: used when anxiety and stress are contributing to female infertility                                                                                                                              silica: a type of homeopathy remedy used to boost the immune system in order to improve a woman’s chances of getting pregnant              medorrhinum: this type of homeopathy remedy can help to treat impotence

You could also dowse for the modality that would most help  (subject’s name) become pregnant, and use as your pendulum dictates. It could be anything from a Bach Flower Remedy to a healing tone.  Hmmmmmm… between the honey and cinnamon, homeopathy,  and other natural modalities, it seems all situations have been covered.  Does this mean we can go back to getting pregnant the old fashioned way?   Naturallynaturally

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