I am sure this has already been mentioned, but I haven't seen it around the forum recently, so I wanted to put it out there... anyways, supposedly drinking spearmint tea helps in lowering your testosterone levels.
Although there is not much supporting evidence on this, I did have success with it so far... well it helped me O and hopefully it aided in me getting my . I am now in the TWW and will know come April Fool's day if it did the trick... I will try my best to keep posted, but if any ladies have a question, feel free to ask and I will answer it to the best of my ability.
Not 100% sure, but I know there are similarities between peppermint and spearmint tea... I don't want to give wrong information though, so I would have to do more research.
But I drank 2 cups of spearmint tea a day, one in the morning and one before bed... I did squeeze half a lemon in each cause it tasted horrible . Anyways, although pessimistic in the beginning my temps did drop and I am now 3dpo !
to be fair I think herbal/fruit teas are an acquired taste, you kinda have to force yourself to like them I started drinking green tea because of the health benefits and it was so disgusting but now I love it!
Yes I have drank it and it made me ovulate sooner, It lowers testosterone and raises FSH.
Are you talking about spearmint or peppermint tea? It is interesting cause shortly after starting spearmint tea my temps drop and I felt discomfort in what I assume is my ovaries... more interesting is it was on both sides... I have never felt it on both sides, only ever one. So FX'ed something came of all this, can't wait for my !
I too have high testosterone levels (which can have embarassing side effects ) I was on a medication called spirnolactone but I quit taking it because it didn't seem to be helping. I started drinking tea last month and it helped!! Good luck to you and I hope you get your April 1st BFP!!
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