Fertility capsules contain herbal extracts to support reproductive health and fertility: black cohosh, maca root and shatavari. Learn more about these herbs in clinical trials for fertility.
You will feel good about taking a fertility supplement formulated by a leading scientist committed to providing drug free alternatives to help support women's health and reproduction. Should be taken in conjunction with a prenatal vitamin. Looking for an award winning prenatal? Learn more about UpSpring Prenatal+ Multivitamin with ingredients clinically shown to to support fetal brain development and available in great tasting gummy or tablet*. Do not use UpSpring Fertility capsules if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you are taking medications, or have medical condition, consult your healthcare professional before using this product. Discontinue use and consult your healthcare professional if any adverse reactions occur.
Discontinue use once pregnancy is confirmed. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18.
The Science Is Finally Catching Up to a 3000-Year Old Healing Tradition
UpSpring Fertility is based on one of the world’s oldest known wellness traditions, called Ayurveda. Over 3000 years old, Ayurveda is practiced widely in India, where it first originated. In fact, most of India’s population (so that’s, like, almost a billion people) routinely use Ayurvedic remedies to address specific problems or to promote general wellness. Hey, we get that you may be skeptical. But consider this: ayurvedic research is respected, supported, and promoted not only by the Indian government, but also in professional institutes around the world.
Fertility contains three herbal extracts specifically known for their support of women’s reproductive health and fertility: black cohosh (Actaea racemosa), maca root (Lepidium meyenii) and shatavari (Asparagus racemosus). These three herbs are well known and long used in Ayurveda. Now the Western medical community has jumped on the bandwagon. Learn more about these herbs in clinical trials for fertility.
Maca root, too, shows promise from a Western perspective. In the Ayurvedic tradition, it has long been known for its usefulness in enhancing libido and supporting fertility, but how it works has only recently been identified. In animal studies of maca root, this herb was found to support production of luteinizing hormone (a hormone that prompts ovulation) in females.*
In Ayurveda, shatavari is known as the herb for women’s reproductive health. It supports the female reproductive organs, hormonal balance, fertility, and a consistent cycle.*