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…Chamomile. The Food and Drug Administration has stated that Chamomile flower is safe to consume and use. Pregnant women should be cautious with taking too much Chamomile as it can cause contractions which may lead to miscarriage in some situations. Consuming Chamomile in large doses can lead to nausea and vomiting. Consult your doctor or an herbalist before taking Chamomile if you are taking prescription medication as it does thin the blood.…

…for medicinal and therapeutic purposes. It can either be dried and powdered to make supplements or it can be combined with other herbs to enhance its therapeutic properties. The outer bark of the Slippery Elm may cause miscarriage during pregnancy so it is certainly not advised for pregnant and even lactating women. The Slippery Elm is known to stimulate mucus and secretions in the gastrointestinal tract covering the stomach walls; it is advised…

…deficiency of Omega 9 may have eczema-like skin eruptions, cracking or peeling finger tips, hair loss, noticeable behavioral changes, growth retardation, dry mucus membranes, irregular heart beat and may also lead to miscarriages. Omega 9 fatty acids have no reported side effects. Your body can tolerate Omega 9 in large doses and it is also advised that you consume it gradually all throughout the day to reap its advantages. If you are taking…

…safe to consume as a spice or to taken as a supplement, there are some people that should not use it. When taken in large quantities there are possible side effects such as spasms, vomiting, fluid in the lungs, and miscarriages. Moreover, there are those that are allergic to Rosemary and therefore, could have an allergic reaction to the plant, which could include a mild reaction or a deadly reaction. Someone that has many [[Allergies]] to various…

…Claw Dry Bark has many medicinal benefits, you should not take it if you are pregnant or breastfeeding since its effect is not yet known on the unborn or breastfeeding infant. Cat’s Claw Dry Bark is also known to bring miscarriage. If you have any medical condition, it is wise to talk to your doctor first before taking Cat’s Claw Dry Bark since it may affect drug interactions as well as retard other drug effects. Cat’s Claw Dry Bark may have many…

…resin, sterol, and arbutin. Traditionally, Native Americans would utilize the cramp bark in relieving women’s menstrual cramps as well as comforting them from spasms after giving birth. It can also prevent possible miscarriage. The bark is an astringent, antispasmodic, and works as a sedative in the uterus. It also works as a muscle relaxant. Cramp bark is appropriate when used as combination in the treatment of asthma and tension. Cramp bark…

…It may provide correction to heart palpitations that are accompanied by thyroid issues and low blood sugar. Motherwort herb is not recommended during pregnancy because it can make the uterine contract and cause miscarriage. Some people may contract skin inflammation when having contact with the leaves. Taking motherwort in excessive amount can cause drowsiness. Sunscreen should be worn when using motherwort herb because it increases…

…bile production. Many people are using it for general skin and blood purification. Some women use Red Raspberry Leaf to ease painful periods, morning sickness associated with pregnancy, heavy periods, and in preventing miscarriage, as well as to ease labor and delivery. Similar to its ancient use, the Red Raspberry leaf is also directly applied to the skin to cure skin rashes and sore throats. In Europe, small quantities of Red Raspberry leaf are…

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