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Female reproductive Health


Blocked Fallopian tubes

Ovarian cysts- Fibroids



1. Add 1 teaspoon of herbs to one cup of hot water.
2. Cover and let steep 5-10 minutes
3. Strain and enjoy!

It does contain some isoflavonoid compounds (jamaicine, ichtynone, milletone) that have sedative properties. It has been used to support a healthy inflammatory response, promote comfort for occasional aches and pains, including headaches and cramps, as well as stress and tension.



Question: I have been trying to get pregnant but it's just not happening. I am 35 years old. I heard about dog blood bush. Can I take this herb?




Answer: Dog blood bush (Rivina humilis), also called pigeon berry, blood berry, baby pepper and fertility bush, is a flowering plant. It is an erect, vine-like herb with a fruit that is a glossy, bright, red berry. It is alleged that dog blood bush has proven, anti-inflammatory properties and is used to clean the Fallopian tubes. The usual recommended dosage is 2 cups of dog blood tea per day for at least one month, but best for 3 months, starting three days before the menstrual period is due. This is continued for seven days. The tea is consumed twice daily, once in the morning and then once in the evening. It is also recommended that you avoid foods high in sugar, carbohydrates and excessive fried foods.




This potent womb-healer that supports female reproductive health is an alkaline electric herb that is harvested by hand from untouched wild forest in Jamaica, then air-dried in the shade to preserve all its healing constituents.

It is one of the best medicinal herbs to treat various types of inflammation which is a bodily condition with heat, swelling, redness and usually pain and the remedy for all this is found in this medicinal plant. It is not well known to many of the young people, but it has been around for ages in Jamaica.


It may be used to treat wounds, bruises and cuts. This may be done by making a tea from the leaves and then used it to wash the wounds, bruises and cuts and any other skin ailments


For pains including headaches, the tea from the leaf is a good remedy. Other uses include the clearing of the Fallopian tubes with the decoction and inflammation of the stomach, joints and just about anywhere on the body that is inflamed may be treated with this medicinal herb.


Always seek the guidance of your physician or a trained herbalist before ingesting any herbal teas/supplements.


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  • Heat 2 gallons of spring water until it just comes to a boil.

    Pour hot water over herbs to submerge them and cover to help hold in any volatile oils.

    Steep for 5 hours until the tea is room temperture and strain. Drink 2 cups on an empty stomach 3x daily. Morning, Noon & Sunset.

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