How exciting! You are dealing with your desire to have children – perhaps even for the first time…
The desire to have children, pregnancy, the time with a baby... these are such intense phases of a woman's or a couple's life - phases full of love! ♥
According to old Ayurvedic writings, parents who wanted to have children used to undergo a “treatment” over several weeks - both men and women - to prepare them. In this treatment (Panchakarma treatment) a lot of toxins are removed from the body. Accordingly, purer genetic material is then passed on.
Even if you don't want to start a Panchkarma treatment, you can of course do something to prepare your body: being in the best possible state of health will help you conceive a healthy child.
Shatavari is the women's herb in Ayurveda. Women often take this mixed into ghee or milk to prepare for pregnancy or in capsule form, although you can also open the capsules to stir the contents into milk.
A daily intake of at least 100 mg DHA contributes to the normal development of vision in infants up to the age of 12 months.
The intake of 200 mg DHA (in addition to the recommended daily dose of omega 3 fatty acids) by the mother contributes to the normal development of the eyes in the fetus and the breastfed infant.
The mother's intake of 200 mg DHA (in addition to the recommended daily dose of omega 3 fatty acids) contributes to the normal development of the brain in the fetus and breastfed infant.
DHA is contained in high doses in the QIDOSHA Omega 3 fish oil capsules.
Zinc and vitamin D have a function in cell division.
Vitamin C, zinc and vitamin D contribute to the normal function of the immune system.
Vitamin C, vitamin D and zinc contribute to the maintenance of normal bones.
Vitamin D contributes to the normal absorption and utilization of calcium.
Vitamin C helps reduce tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamins C, D and zinc are contained in the QIDOSHA combination preparation DEFENSE.*
* Legal consumer information: German and European case law wants to protect consumers from supposedly misleading claims about effectiveness. The statements made here refer to the original Ayurvedic and TCM texts. This ancient knowledge, which is thousands of years old, is based on experiences that are passed on from generation to generation. It is not intended to claim that the products described here have an effect in the sense of western medicine. All products are nutritional supplements; they are not medications and have no medical effect. If you are sick and need medical care, please contact your doctor or pharmacist!