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6 Ways To Have a Natural Miscarriage (part 2) - Dong Quai, Parsley, Homeopathy

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Dong Quai

This is another herb that is known for inducing a miscarriage. Don quai has been used for many years by professional herbalist to stop menstrual pain, improve circulation, and assist with reproductive issues. The way this herb induces miscarriages is by stimulating the uterus and improving the strength of contractions.

Just like cohoshes you need to know the exact amount of dong quai to take in order to prevent an incomplete miscarriage successfully. Take dong quai supplements or you can make a tea with dong quai in it. You can actually take dong quai with herbs like blue and black cohosh but make sure you consult a physician so you know the right dosage to take.

Parsley

Parsley is another herb that can help induce a miscarriage. It's the vitamin C in parsley that makes it help prevent and complete an incomplete miscarriage. You take a bunch of parsley to make a tea by steeping it in a cup of boiling water and then drink it a few times daily.

You could also take a bunch of fresh sprigs of parsley and then insert it directly into your vaginal cavity. Doing this will help get the cervix prepared for release.

Homeopathy

Sepia and Sabina are both great for completing a miscarriage. These homepathic methods will help get rid of tissues left behind during an incomplete miscarriage. If you take Sepia or Sabina make sure you stay at your house because you'll experience a good amount of pain.

Women who have incomplete miscarriages will end up with sepsis, which is a very severe systemic infection. Sepsis caused by an incomplete miscarriage will lead to vaginal bleeding, bad smelling vaginal discharges, nausea, vomiting, and painful abdominal cramping.

If you don't treat sepsis in time it can cause death. Make sure you check with your doctor or herbalist before you try to induce a miscarriage naturally.



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