Have you ever heard of butterfly milk? Yes, you heard it right! Butterfly milk is arguably the most expensive milk in the world and this is because of its enormous benefits. What does butterfly milk have to do with fertility? Keep reading to learn more as this post will be shedding light on the fertility potentials of butterfly milk.  

How Is Butterfly Milk Extracted? 

To extract butterfly milk, a baby butterfly or caterpillar is carefully monitored until it is close to emerging from its cocoon just a couple of days after it’s about to break free, it is gently helped out of its cocoon out without causing any harm to it. Then a tiny hole is created on the lower part of the butterfly’s body, not a hole, more like gently squeezing, allowing the butterfly’s milk to be collected. This milk, mixed with sterile water, is one of the most expensive milk in the world due to its benefits especially when it comes to fertility. On average, one butterfly can produce a liter of milk when mixed with sterile water.  

Fertility Potentials Of Butterfly Milk 

Butterfly milk is known to have a natural Viagra-like effect on people and above all, it helps conception easier and faster for women who have previously had issues conceiving. Butterfly milk has been proven to help women struggling with infertility become pregnant easily.  It is made up of natural supplements that aid pregnancy. Antioxidants which is present in this milk include folate and zinc which are used in treating infertility in both men and women. 

How does folate and zinc affect sperm quality? 

Zinc is an essential mineral for sperm formation and folate, the natural form of folic acid, depends on zinc to help form DNA in the sperm. Zinc is crucial for sperm formation as it aids testicular development, sperm maturation, and testosterone synthesis. Folate acid on the other hand has demonstrated the potential to improve sperm motility and in vitro fertilization-intracytoplasmic sperm injection (IVF–ICSI) outcomes. 

Effect Of Folate and zinc on egg quality  

In female reproduction, folate is very important for oocyte quality and maturation, implantation, placentation, fetal growth, and organ development. Zinc also aids egg quality as an adequate supply of zinc is necessary for the oocyte to form a fertilization-competent egg as dietary zinc deficiency or chelation of zinc disrupts maturation and reduces the oocyte quality. 

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