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My husband and I wanted to get pregnant right away. So, on May 25, 2018, the day we got married, I stopped taking my birth control. Little did I know what we would face before actually conceiving.

It seemed like we tried for months and nothing was happening. Then in December 2018 I found out I was pregnant! I was so excited and happy and told my immediate family right away. Everyone was overjoyed. However this excitement and joy were short lived because on January 10, 2019 I had to go to the hospital because of bleeding and pelvic pain. It was that day I was informed I was having a miscarriage.

The doctor who gave me and my husband this news was so cold. All I could do was sit there in silence. I cried for months. I tried vitamins that would cleanse my womb and I even changed my diet, but still nothing. Later in April 2019 I found out I had a cyst on my right ovary which was very painful. I wanted to give up this baby journey. My husband was very supportive during this time and just kept telling me we’re going to keep trying until it happens.  After that, I started tracking my ovulation with a kit but still nothing was working.

Fast forward to early September. I had a dinner with my good friend Natima. During the dinner, we caught up like old times and I shared with her my struggle with my baby journey. She then tells me to research some herbs and tells me to try a product called Queen’s Love Blend. I ordered those herbs on September 20, 2019. I began drinking these herbs as a tea, twice a day for approximately two – three weeks and guess what?? I had a big fat positive pregnancy test on October 24, 2019. I am now 25 weeks and 3 days pregnant with a baby girl! Queen’s Love Blend absolutely worked for me and I’m grateful for Natima for suggesting this product!!“

Kristal D. Stokes

Attorney, Baltimore, MD

“One day, my taste buds seemed to have mysteriously disappeared. Despite multiple examinations, tests and prescriptions, the doctors weren’t able to discover the root or solution to the problem.

After more than a month of not being able to taste my food, Natima decided to check the Edgar Cayce Library in Virginia Beach to see if there was any reading material on the subject. She scanned and e-mailed pages from multiple books that suggested I was deficient in the mineral, Zinc.

It was right! I added zinc to my daily regimen and slowly but surely, my taste buds returned.”


Attorney, Washington, DC