Skip to content

How to use Raspberry and Chasteberry for fertility: Impressive benefits

Raspberry and Chasteberry for fertility
Raspberry and Chasteberry

While we explore how to use Raspberry and Chasteberry for fertility, it’s important to know that Raspberry and Chasteberry have a great way to improve fertility in women, if utilized properly.

Chasteberry extract is believed to support fertility by regulating the menstrual cycle and balancing hormones. While Raspberry leaf is believed to support fertility by toning the uterus [1] and regulating hormones. the study also suggests that the intake of raspberry leaf tea may also help curb PMS such as nausea.

When these two powerful herbs are combined in tea the possibility of enhancing fertility and chances of pregnancy increases. It would be wise if we explore the most effective way to use Raspberry and Chasteberry to support fertility in women.

How to use Raspberry and Chasteberry for fertility

Raspberry and Chasteberry are two herbs that are commonly used to boost fertility in women and men. Here are 2 ways to use them.

Combine them in Tea

You can also combine Raspberry leaf and Chasteberry in tea for a potent fertility-supporting blend. Apart from combining these two herbs, you prepare their tea individually with other herbs such as chamomile flowers, hibiscus, and cloves.

Raspberry leaf and mixed chamomile flowers, hibiscus, or cloves can be taken in the morning, whereas Chasteberry combined with chamomile flowers, hibiscus, or cloves can be taken before bedtime, you can switch it if you like.

More importantly, when trying to get pregnant, this tea should be taken regularly during the follicular phase (the first half of the menstrual cycle), till the last day of the luteal phase (the second half of the menstrual cycle). Just the way seed cycling is done, but this time both can be taken interchangeably in the morning and before bedtime.

Take Raspberry and Chasteberry Supplements

Chasteberry Supplements: Chasteberry, also known as Vitex, is believed to support fertility by regulating the menstrual cycle and balancing hormones. Raspberry and Chasteberry supplements are available in capsule or tincture form. Follow the instructions on the package for dosage and frequency.

How to make Raspberry and Chasteberry Tea

  • Take 3- 4 pieces of Raspberry and 1 teaspoon of dried Chasteberry.
  • Optionally, You can add 2- 3 pieces of chamomile flowers, hibiscus flowers, or cloves.
  • Steep or boil them in hot water for 10-15 minutes.
  • Drink the tea twice daily, morning and before bedtime.


1. Purchase high-quality Raspberry and Chasteberry tea from a reputable source.

2. Brew the tea according to the instructions on the package. Typically, you will need to steep the tea in hot water for several minutes.

3. Drinking tea regularly, ideally twice a day is good. You can drink it hot or cold, depending on your preference.

It’s important to note that while Raspberry and chaste berries may fertility in some women. It should never be taken as a replacement for professional medical advice or treatment. However, if you have fertility challenges, or could not get pregnant as expected, first of all, seek advice from medical experts to determine the best course of action for your needs.

Benefits of Raspberry and Chasteberry for fertility

Raspberry and Chasteberry are two herbs that have been traditionally used for their potential fertility benefits. Here are some of how they may help;

  • Provides nutrients that support reproductive health.
  • Facilitate delivery.
  • Balances reproductive hormones.
  • Regulates menstruation.
  • Boosts ovulation.
  • Boost chances of getting pregnant.

The combination of these herbs has been proven supportive of female fertility in most cases as several studies have suggested [2]. Here’s how they work:

1. Provides nutrients that support reproductive health.

Raspberry leaf is rich in vitamins and minerals that are important for reproductive health, including vitamins C and E, calcium, and iron [3]. Chasteberry contains flavonoids and essential oils that also lower inflammation and support reproductive health [4].

Both are rich in antioxidants which support helps in boosting the immune system’s response and fight against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is harmful to fertility, with antioxidants its impact on health will be reduced.

2. Facilitate delivery

Raspberry is a rich source of Iron minerals which promotes blood circulation especially towards the uterus, when this happens it will strengthen the uterine muscle fibers and prepare them for delivery [5].

Raspberry leaf is known for its ability to tone the uterus, this can help to reduce the length of labor and decrease the need for interventions during childbirth [6].

Although, a few cases of raspberry interventions during childbirth were mentioned in some studies, however, experts suggest that more in-depth study is required to fully understand its safety.

3. Balances reproductive hormones

Chasteberry contains compounds that can help enables the pituitary to produce luteinizing hormone which signals the ovaries to produce more progesterone.

Furthermore, Chasteberry is already known for its ability to balance reproductive hormones, particularly by increasing levels of progesterone. This can help to regulate the menstrual cycle and reduce symptoms of PMS [7].

Interestingly, raspberry on the other hand may equally help in reducing nausea and vomiting in the first trimester [8]. When these two are combined in tea, it may help balance reproductive hormones which favor fertility.

Finally, both Raspberry and Chasteberry have a hormone-balancing effect, which can also help to boost ovulation. This can be particularly helpful for women who are trying to conceive.

4. Regulates menstruation

Both Raspberry and Chasteberry can help to regulate the menstrual cycle by balancing hormones and reducing inflammation. This can help to reduce symptoms such as cramping, bloating, mood swings, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) [9].

Furthermore, a study suggests that chasteberry may help with relaxation, and sleep quality [10], this can help curb stress (Stress is a known factor that is detrimental to female fertility and can also affects the menstrual cycle ).

Just as noted in the case study, when 23 women in menopause were given Chasteberry oils, a restoration menstruation cycle and improved mood, reduction of hot flashes, were noticed [11].

Although, several studies have noted the benefits of Chasteberry, remember that in most of these cases reported, the herb was combined with other powerful herbs to become more effective. It can be fully, stated that these benefits can not be achieved with Chasteberry alone.

5. Prevents hyperprolactinemia

Hyperprolactinemia is a condition where the prolactin levels in the blood are high [12]. When prolactin levels are high, it impedes the proper secretion of pituitary hormones responsible for gonadal function, this could undermine the function of the gonads and could lead to infertility [13].

Interestingly, a study where 40 women with high levels of prolactin were given either 40 mg of Chasteberry (Vitex agnus-castus) or a pharmaceutical drug. It was shown that Chasteberry was as effective in balancing prolactin levels, just like other pharmaceutical drugs did [14, 15].

Similarly, a related study conducted with 52 women who have luteal phase defect, noticed lowered prolactin levels and prolonged menstrual phases after 20mg of chasteberry supplement were taken [17].



Raspberry leaf is a herb that can improve the function of the uterus and reproductive health due to its high vitamin and mineral content. It is recommended for women trying to conceive as it may regulate menstrual cycles and improve ovulation.


Chasteberry, also known as Vitex, is a herb that has been used for centuries to support female reproductive health by balancing hormones, particularly by increasing progesterone levels. It can be helpful for women with irregular periods or fertility issues due to hormonal imbalances.

Overall, Raspberry and Chasteberry are two herbs that can help support reproductive health in women. However, it’s important to talk to your doctor before using any herbal supplements, particularly if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Discover more from Fertilitylens

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.


High-quality, Reliable & Backed By Science

At Fertilitylens, we’re dedicated to providing you with high-quality, evidence-based and well curated recipes for health and fertility, to ensure the general well-being of our audience

Discover more from Fertilitylens

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading