Chasteberry fruit has many names. Maybe you know it as vitex agnus-castus, vitex, chaste tree (or chastetree), chasteberry, Abraham's balm, lilac chastetree, or monk's pepper.
Women know well how they feel during those days in the month. Now is the time to start managing your PMS.
The chasteberry fruit has a long history of use. Studies show that this herb has a similar effect to progesterone, which probably explains its primary use as a promoter of female health. It is exactly for this effect that this herb is recommended to manage the symptoms of PMS, mood swings, fluid balance, and menstrual cramps.
A large percentage of menstrual issues is related to the lack of progesterone, and the chasteberry fruit has a natural function similar to progesterone.
The chasteberry fruit is useful for women who stop taking contraceptive pills, as many of them have been having an irregular menstrual cycle for a long time. The chasteberry fruit can reduce the time needed to restore the hormonal balance and the menstrual cycle. This is why in Germany it is also recommended in conventional medicine as a tool to manage the menstrual cycle.
Take one capsule two times per day with water.
As with all adaptogens and herbs, benefits take some time to show. For the chasteberry fruit, the estimated time is three weeks.
WARNING! Do not use this product if you use contraceptive pills, are pregnant, or are on hormone therapy.
Dietary supplement. Ingredients: chasteberry fruit extract (Vitex agnus-castus) 400 mg*. Other ingredients: gelatin, microcrystalline cellulose (plant fiber), calcium palmitate, silicon dioxide. Net quantity: 120 capsules. *Amount in one capsule, daily value not established.