Fertility treatment is often controversial, especially for women with long periods of infertility.
But a recent study has shed light on a popular herb that is effective for a variety of women.
Apple tree fertilizer is commonly used in the United States for its medicinal properties, but it is not a well-known natural fertility agent, according to a new study published online by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The study was conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
It used data from a survey of 1,000 women over the age of 65 to estimate how often women use the herb.
The women in the study also answered questions about how often they use the compound for their own health and well-being.
Researchers looked at how often a woman used Apple Tree fertilizer and other natural treatments for their health and how often she was prescribed an antibiotic.
The results showed that about one-quarter of women use it for its health benefits, compared to about two-thirds of women who use other natural therapies.
But it is important to note that most women who are prescribed the herb for fertility problems do not become pregnant, the researchers said.
In addition, most women do not get a full recovery after using Apple Tree fertilizers, the study found.
It is important for women to understand the full benefits of using natural fertility treatments, the authors wrote.
“For many women, the benefits of natural fertility treatment may outweigh the risks, especially when used by women who already have healthy and stable ovaries,” the study’s authors wrote in their summary.
“However, for women who have previously tried natural fertility therapy, the risks and benefits are not well understood.”
The study found that the herb was most effective for women in their late 20s and early 30s.
It is especially beneficial for women that have had multiple cycles of infertility or are pregnant.
Women who used the herb were more likely to have had cycles that were longer than four years and women who had a history of diabetes were more prone to getting diabetes.
Women with diabetes were also more likely than women without diabetes to use Apple Tree.
The herb is effective in helping women control their menstrual cycles, according the study.
The study also found that women who used Apple tree were more than twice as likely to experience weight loss.
Women using Apple tree for fertility were also less likely to suffer from acne, the team noted.
Women in the trial who used more than 1,200 IU of Apple Tree were more at risk of developing acne, compared with women who did not use the plant.
The herb also improved blood sugar control and increased the production of natural estrogen, which is linked to a woman’s health.