When using vitamin c I like to combine it with Parsley. Parsley is one of my favorite herbs for bringing on menstruation when pregnancy is not the cause for delay. It is not strong enough by itself to cause interruption of pregnancy, but I feel it aids the vitamin c.
Charming, no? How often is she doing this? Is it her preferred method of birth control? She adds this recommendation:
If you don't achieve the results you are after in five days, you could add Dong Quai tincture, or capsules. Dong Quai works to strengthen uterine contractions, helping to organize, co-ordinate those minor cramps you may be experiencing. Why wait for 5 days of taking the vitamin c and parsley before using Dong Quai? Please understand this is just a theory, but it gives the vitamin c an opportunity to deprive the uterus of the progesterone it needs to sustain a pregnancy. After 5 days, if the vitamin c has not already started menstruation on its own, which it does have the ability to do for some women, adding a uterine stimulant to the combination, in theory, would have a greater ability to knock the embryo from the uterine wall, and expel it once the pregnancy has been weakened by the progesterone interference.
Gotta knock that embryo from the uterine wall!
So much for the theory that nobody is casual about abortion. I realize she's a bit of an oddball but this isn't the first site of this type I've seen. It's just the most folksy and nauseating. She links to this page, "A place where women can share their experiences using herbs for contraceptive and abortive purposes, different things work for different people."