Chasteberry is known for its positive effects for womens' health.
|Botanical Name||Vitex agnus-castus|
|Ingredients||Chaste Berry Seeds|
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Chaste Tree is a large shrub (up to twenty–two feet tall) native to the Mediterranean and southern Europe.
Chasteberry, also known as vitex Agnus castus, has a long history of use for women's health issues. The chasteberry gets its name from its traditional use as a libido depressant, but it is more commonly used today for its taste.
Although some enjoy the chasteberry for its mint–like flavor alone, dried chasteberry is easiest to prepare as a tea or tincture. To prepare the tea, place about 1 teaspoon of dried chasteberries in an infuser. Steep the berries in boiling water for 5–7 minutes and enjoy with honey as a sweetener.
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