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Infertility today has become one of the rising issues in our society. Like any other health ailment, infertility is an indication that something is not right in your body and you should pay heed to it. Getting pregnant is one of the most enriching experiences in a woman’s life and when you make the decision to make it happen, you want to start the life as soon as possible.

Some women take time in conceiving while for other women, getting pregnant is quite easy. On average, a woman conceives within the first 6 months of trying. If you’re trying to conceive but struggling in getting a positive result then don’t worry. Ayurveda can help in giving you the joy of bringing a life into this world.

Just follow a few home remedies. These will treat infertility and increase the chance of conceiving faster. Here are a few Ayurvedic treatment remedies to help you.


Pomegranate helps in increases fertility in women by boosting blood flow to the uterus. It also thickens the uterine lining to develop a healthy fetus. Not only women, but pomegranate helps men too by boosting the sperm quality in men. Take equal proportions of both pomegranate seeds and bark. Mix both in equal quantities and store it in an airtight container. Consume ½ tablespoon of this mixture twice a day for a few weeks. Continue this remedy till you see a boost in your fertility level. You can also drink a glass of pomegranate juice daily.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is a great remedy to treat infertility and increase your chance of conceiving. Olive oil contains monounsaturated fat which is directly associated with reproductive health. Consume 1-2 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil to boost your fertility. You can also replace your normal cooking oil with extra-virgin olive oil or use it as a dressing on salads and dips.


According to Ayurveda, dates help in increasing the chance of conceiving by boosting fertility. Dates are packed with minerals and essential vitamins which are extremely beneficial for your fetus. Take 10-12 dates and remove the seeds carefully. Mix 2 tablespoons of coriander root with dates and form a thick paste. Add this paste to ¾ cup of cow’s milk and boil it. Drink it for 7 days starting from your last period. You can also include dates in your diet by adding it to salads, healthy snacks, etc.

Maca Root

Maca root is a hormone balancing herb that contains vitality and fertility boosting properties. Maca root helps in balancing the estrogen and progesterone in women which increases fertility. Maca root is also loaded with iron which is vital for women prior to conception. This remedy is also good for men as it helps in improving sperm count and motility. Add ¼ to ½ tablespoon of maca root powder to cup of water and consume it daily. You can also take maca root supplements after consulting your doctor.

Kindly Note: Avoid consuming Maca root during pregnancy

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a great remedy which treats various health ailments. Some practitioners do recommend apple cider vinegar to treat infertility. ACV helps in removing the toxins out of the body and balancing hormones. It also treats candida that may lead to infertility. Add 2 tablespoons of raw and unfiltered ACV to a glass of water along with a little honey and drink it twice a day.


The condition when the woman does not get pregnant despite having carefully timed, unprotected sex for one year, or when she fails to retain a fetus till childbirth, is termed as infertility. Not only does this affect a couple physically, but causes an emotional and social disturbance as well. The ayurvedic treatment for infertility  improves  a woman’s overall health to increase the chances of conception without any medicinal supplements.

Here are the 10 Ayurvedic home remedies for infertility in women:

1. Ashwagandha
> In a glass of warm water, mix 1 tablespoon of ashwagandha powder.
> Drink it twice a day.

2. Dates
> Grind 10 to 12 dates and 2 tbsp of chopped coriander root to form a paste.
> Add ¾ cup of cow’s milk to the paste and boil it.
> Allow it to cool and drink this once daily for a week from the date of your last period.
> Eat 6 to 8 dates daily as a healthy snack.

3. Banyan Tree Roots
> Completely dry the tender roots of a banyan tree in the sun. Grind the dried roots right into a powder.
> Combine 1 to 2 tablespoons of the powder in a glass of milk. Drink it each day on an empty abdomen for three consecutive nights after your durations are over. Avoid eating anything for an hour after ingesting it.
> Carry out this treatment for a month (Not to be used during your menstrual cycle).

4. Pomegranate
> Eat fresh pomegranate fruit and drink pomegranate juice.
> Combine equal quantities of finely powdered pomegranate seeds and bark. Take ½ teaspoon of this combination with a glass of hot water twice every day for some weeks.

5. Cinnamon
> Add 1 tsp of cinnamon powder to a cup of scorching water. Drink it every day for just a few months.
> Include cinnamon in your diet plan by sprinkling cinnamon powder in your cereal, oatmeal, or yoghurt.

6. Maca Root
> In a cup- of lukewarm water or milk, combine half a tsp of maca root powder. Drink it every day continuously for a few months.
> You can also add maca root powder to your smoothies or breakfast cereal
> Or take a maca root supplement if advised by your physician.

7. Chaste berry
> Add 1 tsp of dried chaste berries to a cup of boiling water. Steep for 10 minutes and strain it. Drink this tea every day for a couple of weeks or months.
> You can also take chaste berry dietary supplements, in the form of capsules, liquid extract or tinctures after seeking the advice of your physician.

8. Raspberry Leaf
> Pour 1 tbsp of dried red raspberry leaves into a cup of hot boiled water. Cover and let it steep for at least 15-30 minutes. Drink it once daily.
> Red Raspberry leaf is also available in the form of tincture (liquid drops) and tablets.

9. Red Clover
> Pour a cup of hot boiling water onto a handful of dried blossoms. Let it infuse for 2 hours, and strain the liquid.
> Allow it to cool, and drink it every day.

10. Helonias Root
> Grind the dried roots into a powder. Combine 1 to 2 tbsps of the powder in a glass of lukewarm water.
> It can also be taken in the form of herbal tea or tonics.


Did you know? Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disturbance that affects women in the age group of 15 to 30 years. The disorder accounts for 30 per cent of all infertility cases with 73 percent of women suffering from PCOS experiencing infertility due to anovulation. Modern medicine has been able to pinpoint a number of important factors indicating the disease determinants however the exact cause of the disease is unknown.

One of the key factors now being realized in modern medicine in relation to PCOS is hyperinsulinemia – increased levels of insulin in the blood. This indicates a direct link between obesity and PCOS as an increased level of insulin in the blood is due to de-sensitivity of cells to insulin, a factor present in diabetes mellitus type II.

Ayurveda classifies PCOS as a kapha disorder, and by looking at the findings of modern medicine we can correlate the exhibiting features of the disease with the dosha responsible for the disorder. The organs responsible for reproduction in the female body are called artava dhatu. The channel that supplies, nourishes and enables the functional action of carrying the ovum to the uterus is called artavavaha srota. All three doshas play important and distinctive roles in the processes behind the female reproduction which includes the ovarian cycle and the menstrual cycle.

Vata is responsible for movement of the follicle during the ovarian cycle, the rupture of the ovary wall releasing the matured ovum, the movement of the fimbriae – the finger like projections that guide the ovum into the fallopian tubes and the movement of the ovum towards the uterus. These actions are due to apana vayu, the force behind downward movement from the navel down. Apana vayu is also responsible for the movement of menses during menstruation and the energy behind the downward movement of a baby through the birth canal during labour.

Due to vata and pitta being blocked in artava dhatu the other functions of both these doshas begin to become aggravated. Pitta aggravation at the level of bhrajaka pitta and ranjaka pitta manifests as acne and increased body hair. Menstrual problems manifest due to the aggravation of all three doshas but namely apana vayu.


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