Q: I am nine weeks pregnant and having a difficult time. Before I was pregnant I was on an incredible herbal regimen that had me feeling like superwoman. But my herbalist is not very knowledgeable of what herbs are safe for pregnant women. I eat healthy, taken all-natural prenatal vitamins, but would like to do more to get that "Superwoman" feeling back. Is there a book u could recommend that might help educate me as to which herbs are safe and which to avoid during pregnancy?
I know the feeling you're talking about. There are many books on herbs and pregnancy.
Check out these 2 books:
"Herbal Healing For Women" by Rosemary Gladstar
"The Complete Woman's Herbal" by Anne McIntyre
Herbs to avoid while pregnant include all OXYTOCIC herbs or herbs that make the uterus contract, i.e. Black Haw, Beth Root, Black Cohosh, Blue Cohosh, etc.; all ABORTAFACIENT (abortion-inducing herbs) such as Pennyroyal, Rue, etc.
Study up on abortaficient herbs and oxytocic herbs and you'll be fine.
Read our article on Pre Natal Health on our site under "Articles."
You can have a healthy all-natural pregnancy and delivery.
Q: What are some tips and healthy foods and supplements for pregnant women? and what are good exercises that are simple? (I just want a healthy, beautiful baby)
Q: I am curious to know if you recommend or not for pregnant women to take your Fibroid Formula capsules?
No, we would not recommend for a pregnant woman to take Fibroid Formula. Pregnant women should concentrate on receiving adequate nutrition, and once the pregnancy is over, then you can cleanse and supplement with Fibroid Formula.
Q: Is it safe to take the YONI FORMULA even if you are pregnant?
No, it is not safe to take the Yoni Formula while pregnant. This supplement specifically helps promote optimal uterus health and will not be safe for the fetus. If your looking for a product to help replenish your body for the baby we can recommend other products that are safe to consume while pregnant.
Q: Are there any herbs that pregnant women should avoid during their pregnancy? My wife is pregnant and I'm thinking of ordering some herbs for her. Thank you.
A pregnant woman should avoid goldenseal, pennyroyal, rue, blue cohosh, black cohosh, beth or birth root, and cramp bark to name a few. Take the time to read our "Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Detoxing."
Q: I am trying to get pregnant, however I was interested in doing a detox and came across the Female Cleanse. Is that safe to do while actively trying to conceive? Also, will it benefit me with out doing the Full Body Cleanse first? I want to make absolutely sure that I can, or cannot, do the Female Cleanse and attempt to be pregnant during or soon after the cleanse is complete.
Once pregnant, you can stop any cleanse and switch immediately to pre-natal formulas.
Q: Are the herbal treatments safe to take while pregnant? (The Anti-Viral Cleanse most importantly?)
We don't recommend that you cleanse while you are pregnant. After your pregnancy if you decide not to breastfeed then you can perform the Anti-Viral Cleanse. If you decide to breastfeed then you can only cleanse with the 10 Day Electric Greens Combo Regimen.
Q: I was wondering if you were familiar with the Rhogam shot. It is basically a blood product shot that is taken when pregnant women are tested to have RH- blood, this would be blood types such as O- and A-..etc. It is said that if you are pregnant by a man who is considered RH+ that the child can have serious issues, or you can have a miscarriage if you dont take the shot. Many women have had miscarriges by not taking the shot. Rhogam is a blood product which can be very dangerous. What are your thoughts on this? I have actually had the shot with my son because of my blood type (so called). He is fine but I want more children and would not want to take this this shot any more.
The product being poisonous speaks for itself. Poison doesn't belong in the human body.
Q: I had a question for the herbalist. I was wondering if there is a safe way to detox quickly from marijuana. My best friend is 30 weeks pregnant and she has been smoking her whole pregnancy. She has to quit now and be drug tested before the baby is born She has been looking for things to take and I don't want her just taking something that could be unsafe for her or her baby. She is going to be tested in 2 weeks is there anything she can do or take that will be safe for her and her baby
She could always drink our DETOX TEA!
Q: I'm pregnant, still safe to drink the bunny rabbit ? Thank you Marion
A: No, you cannot consume the Bunny Rabbit Formula. it's best to only consume supplements that provide nutrients to your body for you and your baby.
Q: Thank you for the cancer info...It is welcome and beyond informative, however, I take issue with your remark that "women would be wise to just accept the fact that they are female by nature and God made them to have (deliver) babies and they should stop trying to compete with and be like men." Part of me is not surprised--men make comments like this all the time. I chalk it up to ignorance, as men enjoy living their entire lives not having to endure periods, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and lord knows what else. So because a woman does not want to have children--at all, or at a particular time in her life--she wants to be a man?! That's an illogical conclusion you are making. So why are there pregnant women with cancer, some of which who have never taken BC pills? Are women entitled to making any sort of control over their reproductive health? What about women who are infertile, naturally? If they develop cancer, is it because they never gave birth to a child? Are you willing to support all of the children that will result from women not being on Birth Control, since many people cannot afford several children on their incomes? This line of reasoning makes some women think that men really need to get over themselves. I think you have been reading too much Freud. Some women, present company included, appreciate our femininity and everything that encompasses being a woman. At the same time, this is not the dark ages--and even then, women chose not to have children during different times in their lives. Surely you are aware that in non-Western countries women utilize natural herbs to control their reproduction or as abortifacients? I am not advocating abortion; my point is that if you are going to criticize women taking BC pills, you may as well extend this criticism to women naturally preventing pregnancy via alternative means.
Birth control pills play a big role in female reproductive cancers. Women would be wise to just accept the fact that they are female by nature and God made them to have (deliver) babies and they should stop trying to compete with and be like men. In attempting to stop or prevent life (birth control), they are ending up losing their very own lives. And the birth control pills cause cancer in areas of the body that denote femininity (breasts, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus and vagina). This is a form of language here. You have disease and female organ(s) which basically means your disease is specifically related to an issue of femaleness or femininity, that's why the disease manifests in these "female" organs. In attempting to be like and compete with males, females compromise their feminine integrity and goddess nature which "eats them up" (anger, frustration, sadness, etc.) inside. When the cancer appears in any female organ, it serves as a sign or sensor that the problem lies on a deeper metaphysical level pertaining to emotions, thoughts and attitude."
Q: I would like to know, if you have any skin care programs, for women age 50 and over. I am going to try the detox progarm as soon as possible. I truly believe that I am going to be very happy with the results. I am 51 years old, and I want to look and feel my best. I have a lot of belly fat, and that makes me feel uncomfortable, because some people will ask me, if I am pregnant. This seems very strange to me, because my stomach seems to be the main place, where all the fat is building up. I desire to have beauty inside and out. I want to be completely whole. If you have tips for skin care and body care, please let me know. Some people say that I look like I am in my forties, however, if I did not have all of this extra body fat, I could really believe what they are saying.
The blood needs to be cleansed in order to enhance your skin and eliminate excess fat.
We would recommend you perform the Full Body Cleanse which can help improve skin complexion, release weight, and detoxify, purify, rejuvenate, and strengthen the body and all of its eliminative channels.
We also have a Facial Skin Kit that works to naturally restore the health of skin by helping to remove blemishes, hydrate skin, and even out complexion for resilient skin.
Q: I am wondering if its possible to still become pregnant, after having an abortion at age 17. I'm now 35, and I have had a cyst removed from the right ovary back in 1999, when I was told my fallopian tubes were blocked. I practice a fairly holistic lifestyle, which I still eat fish in fear of not getting enough protein, but I haven't been pregnant since 1992.
Simply perform the Full Body Detox, ( drink female Health Tea while on this cleanse), read our 'Mental Science Manual', and 'Love Manual' which is great reading. The manuals shows you how to use your mind, and heart to heal disease, disorders, and injuries. These are very important tools in the healing process. After you detox, perform the Total Woman Cleanse. After the TWC, complete the Fertility Cleanse.
Q: I am a woman who happens to be diabetic and now I am pregnant. I would like to know what foods I should eat and restrain from while I am still pregnant. I am also taking insulin to keep my blood sugar levels low enough as not to harm my baby. They are telling me I need to eat dairy and meat to meet the dietary requirements for a healthy baby. Please help me.
Congratulations on your pregnancy. New life is such a wonderful thing!
We recommend that you drink our Pancreas tea (1-2 cups a day).
Eat plenty of cinnamon, ginger, and cayenne pepper. Abstain from dairy products and meat products. If anything, eat meat-less (vegan) alternatives -- you can find plenty in our Alternative Diet and Lifestyle Manual ($11).
Eat plenty of nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables. You can eat steamed vegetables and brown and/or wild rice (with vegan chicken if you like). Just switch meat for vegan products and switch to non-dairy products or dairy alternatives (which can be found in the Alternative Diet and Lifestyle manual) in order to receive the necessary nutrition without any harmful side effects.
For natural sugar, try Stevia, Agave Nectar, and/or Grade B maple syrup.
Q: I have been trying to get pregnant for the last couple of months with no luck. I was diagnosed with endometriosis 12 years ago and I have an 11 year old son. I got married six months ago and I want to have 2 more children. After reading the information on your website, how many success stories of people who were cured of endo... and how many people became pregnant after using your product? What would you recommend?
We recommend you first perform our Full Body Cleanse.
After this, perform the Female Cleanse.
Lastly, perform the Fertility Kit and Regimen.
Each of these cleanses can address specific needs within your body to help heal your body from adverse conditions.
Q: Can someone who is pregnant or trying to get pregnant still perform the TOTAL WOMAN CLEANSE?
PREGNANT? WOULDN'T RECOMMEND IT. TRYING TO GET PREGNANT? YOU COULD PERFORM THE CLEANSE.