Herbs for Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Morning Sickness, and Delayed Labor

Herbs for Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Morning Sickness, and Delayed Labor

Herbs For Pregnancy, Morning Sickness, and Miscarriage

Chinese Herbs for Pregnancy

Herbal treatments and acupuncture are not usually recommended to support normal pregnancies, but Chinese medicinal herbs and acupuncture can help with difficult pregnancies, and Chinese medicine has been known to stabilize a shaky pregnancy to prevent or stop a miscarriage.

When faced with a threatened miscarriage, a woman must see an experienced Chinese herbalist immediately. Time is of the essence. Women with a history of miscarriage should see a Chinese herbalist before conception.

Chinese Medicine for Threatened Miscarriage

Causes of Miscarriage

Deficient Spleen Qi With Stagnation

Flow of nourishment to the fetus is insufficient due to poor transformation food or of cut off by stagnation.


Protect the Fetus & Aid Life Powder
REN SHEN, BAI ZHU, FU LING, ZHI GAN CAO, SHAN YAO, BAI BIAN DOU, LIAN ZI, YI YI REN, BAI DOU KOU, HUO XIANG, ZE XIE, MAI YA, JIE GENG, CHEN PI, SHAN ZHA, HUANG LIAN, QIAN SHI

Qi And Blood Deficiency

Weakness of the reproductive system due to general deficiencies of qi and blood 

Tai San Pan Shi San (Powder that Gives the Stability of Mount Tai) 
REN SHEN, HUANG QI, XU DUAN, HUANG QIN, CHUAN XIONG, SHU DI HUANG, BAI SHAO, BAI ZHU, ZHI GAN CAO, SHA REN, glutinous rice

Restless Fetus With Vaginal Bleeding

Liver blood deficiency. Blood becomes disordered. 

Enhanced Four Substances
SHU DI HUANG, BAI SHAO, DANG GUI, CHUAN XIONG, AI YE, E JIAO,


Damage to the Chong and Ren

Injury or trauma
Herbs for normal injury are contraindicated, as they could cause miscarriage.

Single Herbs for Morning Sickness

  • Ginger (SHENG JIANG)
  • Perilla Leaf (SU YE)
  • Pinellia Rhizome (BAN XIA)
  • Peppermint (BO HE)

OTC Products for Morning Sickness

Stomach Curing Pills
HOU PO, SHENG JIANG, BAN XIA, GAN CAO, REN SHEN, TANG 

Bao He Wan

 

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