Conception and start of pregnancy

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Conception and start of pregnancy


Amla* (fruit) – Sri Lanka / India
Centella* (leaves) – Sri Lanka
Ginger* (rhizome) – Indonesia
Green Cardamom* (fruit and pod) – India / Guatemala
Greater galangal* (rhizome) – India / Indonesia
Brahmi* (whole plant) – Sri Lanka / Nepal
Dill* (fruit) – France
Clove* (nail) – India / Madagascar / Sri Lanka / Tanzania

*: From organic farming


Rasa (taste): sweet, bitter, acid and astringent with a slight pungent aftertaste.
Guṇa (quality): balanced in wet / dry, and heavy / light qualities.
Vīrya (energy): cold.
Vipāka (result): pungent.


Use one tea bag of Yoni for 200 ml of boiling water.
Steep for 10 to 12 minutes.
Drink one to four cups a day.
Sweeten with honey from chestnut or forest flowers when the tea is lukewarm (according to Ayurveda honey should not be heated).

Ayurvedic benefits

Based on the principles of Ayurvedic Herbalism or “Dravya Guṇa”, Yoni is a synergy of plants that contributes to the serenity and health of the woman wanting to have children as well as the pregnant lady in her first trimester. This infusion aims to correct the movement of Vāta and the vitiated nature of Pitta dosha in the place of Kapha. Vāta in this period of fertilization tends to “push up” (while its evacuation movement is naturally “down”). As a result, Pitta is carried upward to the upper body which is the natural place of Kapha. Kapha then melts under the heat of Pitta and takes advantage of this upward movement caused by the aggravation of Vāta to disturb the newly pregnant woman as soon as she wakes up.

Vaidya's advice

Uneasy pregnant women can eat small quantities liquid or semi-liquid foods 4 to 5 times a day. She should listen to her cravings, within the limits of reasonability.

Avoid drinking cold water. Prefer hot water.

Be sure to adopt correct body positions (sitting, standing, lying) throughout your pregnancy.