Chaste Tree Berry Extract – Starwest Botanicals

Vitex agnus-castus., chaste tree, gnus-castus, chasteberry, monk's pepper


Chaste Tree Berries (Whole), otherwise known as Vitex, have historically been used to help treat female hormonal problems by normalizing progesterone and estrogen levels, reduce menstrual pain, improve menstrual cycle issues, menopause, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), and premenstrual syndrome. It may also be used to treat PMS, lumpy breasts (fibrocystic), infertility in women, and miscarriage prevention. Chaste tree berries are commonly referred to as “the women’s herb”.

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Weight 0.67 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 1.75 × 1.75 in
Common Names

Vitex agnus-castus., chaste tree, gnus-castus, chasteberry, monk's pepper


1 oz.



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