Chaste tree received its name from the ancient Greeks and Romans because they believed that it decreased the female libido, thus ensuring chastity. It has been eaten and worn by Monks to promote celibacy. Its modern medicinal uses are also related to sex hormones. The active ingredients of chaste tree have been noted to affect the pituitary gland. Chinese Chaste tree seeds/Tukhm-e-Sanbhalu (تخم سنبھالو) also known as Five-leaved chaste tree, Horseshoe Vitex and Vitex Negundo.
This gland is located in the brain and produces hormones that stimulate the production of sex hormones in other areas of the body. It also contains chemicals that have the ability to stimulate human progesterone receptors and favor the production of luteinizing hormone over follicle stimulating hormone. These hormones are used in the female body to support pregnancy and lactation, but their effects can also help other female complaints.
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Do not give to children.
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