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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

The chasteberry plant, additionally called chaste tree, is belonging to the Mediterranean area and Asia. The name "chasteberry" may mirror the standard idea that the plant promoted chastity. In the past, chasteberry extracts were used to treat a variety of gynecological disorders and skin conditions. Initial research studies suggest that chasteberry could be practical for symptoms of premenstrual disorder and for breast pain related to the menstruation, however the proof is not definitive. Scientists have examined chasteberry for the inability to conceive in women, however there isn't sufficient dependable proof to know if it helps.

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