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Here is some more information on Vitex.
Herb of the Week: VITEX
AKA: Chastetree, Chasteberry, Abraham's Balm or Monk's Pepper,
Vitex has been used as a tonic for women for centuries. It is said to supports the endocrine system to find balance - during menstruation, ovulation, conception and menopause and "will enable what is appropriate to occur".
Susun Weed finds Vitex helpful for symptoms of PMS (cramps, headaches, depression, water retention, breast tenderness and irritability) as well as normalizing irregular periods. She also has seen it shorten and ease the affects of coming off of birth control pills.
Other ways Susun uses Vitex is in regulating ovulation, bringing in milk for lactating mothers, reducing chances of miscarriages, and supporting the transition into menopause by reducing hot flashes, irregular cycles, and depression. Other's also claim that it is indispensable for women with uterine fibroids, fibrocystic breasts or endometriosis.
The folklore is that, in ancient times, women used the stems and leaves of this plant as bedding to "cool the heat of lust" and monk's were said to chew on it to help with their vows of celibacy.
Tell us more about how you use Vitex!