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What are they for? I am sceptical of anything like that because some of the ingredients have effects that you can't predict - the 'all natural' and 'vitamin' industries are not as regulated as you think.
A pregnancy vitamin is probably a good idea, as is folic acid but for the rest I would steer clear.
You can check individual ingredients with your doctor or a pharmacist to be on the safe side.
Another thought is that most foods, unless indicated, are usually ok for you while pregnant because they have been tested and found safe.
These are some of the things listed in Canada - but if in the US I am sure the FDA has a similar page:
Sorry - can't help it am a searching junkie:
Warning! Some herbal teas, such as Chamomiles, aren?t good to drink when you?re pregnant. Herbal teas generally considered safe if taken in moderation (2 to 3 cups per day): citrus peel, ginger, lemon balm, orange peel, rose hip. Stay away from teas with Aloe, Coltsfoot, Juniper Berries, Pennyroyal, Buckthorn Bark, Comfrey, Labrador Tea, Sassafras, Duck Roots, Lobelia and Senna Leaves.
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