A food supplement containing a mixture of herbs, vitamins and aminoacids could increase the chances of women to remain pregnant, according to a preliminary study. Researchers have tested the mixture on a group of 15 women who failed to gave birth, and after three months, four of them were pregnant, compared with no positive result from the women in control group (who have taken inactive pill).
Specialists consider that supplement, called suggestively Fertility Blend might be particularly useful for women with irregular menstrual period. The main active ingredient is obtained from a shrub called Vitex (Chaste Tree, Chasteberry, Abraham’s Balm, Monk’s Pepper or Vitex agnus-castus), which strikes a balance between the level of progesterone and encourage ovulation. The product also contains vitamins, minerals, green tea extract and the aminoacid Larginina, which has the effect of increasing blood flow to the organs of breeding.