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    sam? lol Who's that?

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    a person who posted above, I know her from another board

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    wow this is old, but useful!
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    I agree that this is very useful info. Should we keep it up as an announcement?

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    ^ yes please!

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    I am trying to conceive my second child right now, so I'm finding this thread extremely fascinating. I'm very new to Paganism, so I have never done a ritual. Are there any herbs/foods that are recommended to increase fertility and chances of conception? I figure that I can consume something now even if I'm not ready to jump into ritual yet. Thanks!
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    I highly recommend sharing a pomegrante with your DH. It's a sexy fruit, you need to break the seeds out with your fingers. But be careful, it stains!

    No need for a formal ritual, but it can't hurt to light a red candle for passion!

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    one of my nurse practitioners is also pagan and she was telling me about a tea to drink. I did find more on it on line too. And it does taste good.

    "My standard brew (meaning my daily nourishing herbal drink) has been an infusion of nettle leaves, oatstraw, and red raspberry. I love this tea, and feel its absence on days I forget to put it on to steep in the morning.

    So, to make it, I take one handful of each of these dried herbs (enough to make about one ounce total) and put them in a quart mason jar. I fill the jar with boiling water, cover the jar, and let it steep at least four hours. Then, I strain it and drink it at room temperature. You can also enjoy it heated or chilled as iced tea. Or if you don’t enjoy the taste; you can mix it with fruit juice. I have definitely developed a taste for it, and look forward to drinking it each day. As I drink it, I feel a deep sense of gratitude for the nourishing qualities."

    I have tried it with juice, honey, hot and cold. It is good all ways.

    http://pregnancy.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Fertility_Herbs
    http://www.salviasupply.com/articles...bs.html?act_vn
    http://possumsal.homestead.com/o2.html
    Vesta NightFire

    [/img]http://www.fertilityfriend.com/ticker/17d7ee/ttc.png[/img]

    [/img]http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/17d7ee/rss440.xml[/img]

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