There are quite a few supplements that boost your chances of conceiving a girl. Supplements, like all aspects of natural gender selection are no 100% guarantee, but they can really help give you a “girl friendly body.”
Do research on every supplement you think about. Though I list herbs and vitamins that I have found to be safe, you do need to do your own research and verification to make sure that they are safe for you and in combination… as well as the amounts you’ll take.
Supplements to Think About
Cranberry: This supplement can drop your pH levels, which causes your body to get more acidic. A more acidic body is a girl-friendly body! Cranberry juice is the quickest way to get this into your routine, but cranberry supplements can work, too.
Sudafed or Antihistamines: You can use these supplements right before you have baby-making sex to dry up any cervical mucus you have. Lower fluid levels are great for a girl because those little X sperm are more resiliant and can put up with the more acidic environment (which is created when you have little fertile fluid).
Saw Palmetto: This is a testosterone-lowering supplement. It also lowers estrogen and raises your progesterone… all of these are great if you want a girl. Herbs can gently influence your hormones, making them a safe way to make your body ready for a daughter.
Baby Aspirin: If you’re having trouble with miscarriage, baby Aspirin can possibly help you. Talk to your care provider if you want to think about this.
Calcium and Magnesium: Some studies have shown that magnesium and calcium can help you improve your chances of getting a girl. Studies also show that high nutrient levels overall can increase the chances of getting a boy… but if you decide to go with a lower-nutrient diet and just supplement calcium and magnesium you can focus on factors that have been shown to improve the number of girls. You should probably avoid high-calorie dairy products, which will improve chances of a boy, and you don’t want that!
Vitex/Chasteberry: This supplement can help boost progesterone levels and can help regulate your cycles if you have irregular ones. Sometimes it can make your cycle more irregular, though (for instance, giving you a longer cycle), so do your research before you decide if you want to try it or not. Don’t use this supplement if you’re taking Clomid.
Lydia Pinkham: Another supplement that increases progesterone and may help regulate your cycles. It has similar cautions to Vitex, so do research before you decide to take it. Both of these are geared to be taken during the first half of your cycle, until you ovulate.
Peppermint: Peppermint tea works like saw palmetto – it helps lower testosterone and balance out hormones.
There are quite a few choices for boosting and lowering hormones, changing your pH levels, and making an environment that favors X-bearing sperm. Consider supplements and combine them into a plan to help you conceive a baby girl.