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Common cooking herbs which may encourage miscarriage: Basil, Caraway seeds, Celery seed, Ginger, fresh Horseradish,
Savory, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Rosemary, Saffron, Sage, Parsley, Tarragon, Thyme, Watercress (avoid during first trimester; use
Ginger: As a morning sickness remedy can be used but be very sparing with it only tablespoon
or 2 at a time and not at all if you are prone to bleeding when pg or have a history of miscarriage. ( I did use it some it
did help a little but I was very careful not to use to much. And I used fresh ground that I did myself).
Preventing pre-eclampsia: Eat 6-80 grams of protein daily. There are roughly 25 grams of protein in three cups milk.
Salt to taste: Limiting salt during pregnancy does little to prevent swollen ankles and fingers. Lack of adequate salt can
Eat food high in calcium: A study of eclampsia rates world wide found that the highest rates
were in countries with low calcium intake. One thousand grams of calcium daily during pg is a minimum recommendation.
in adequate calories.
Tone and nourish with Raspberry, Nettle, and Dandelion leaves throughout pg.
for pre-eclampsia: Increase level of potassium in your body, potato peels and bananas are exceptionally rich in potassium;
Mint, Chicory, and Dandelion leaves also have extremely high levels of potassium.
Help balance sodium/potassium ratio:
Drink Raw Beet Juice up to 4 ounces daily.
100mg of vitamin B6 daily in conjunction with high potency B complex supplement.
Augment protein and mineral levels: Add up to three tablespoons of powdered Spirulina or Chorella seaweed to your
Dandelion leaves: Infusion or Three ounces of cooked dandelion greens.
Note: Before using any
herb I recommend that you do you own research on them and if you can find a herbalist to help you decide what is right for
you. The information above came from a book recommended to me by my Midwife. Wise Woman's Herbal For the Childbearing Year
By Susun Weed. The information it is very precise and helpful.