Alleviate PMS symptoms – Ahhh that’s better… I don’t hate you any more!
Clinical Herbalist Reviewed on January 6, 2011 by Paulina Nelega, RH
Posted in Blog
Does it seem like less than every 30 days you become a raging woman, frustrated and irriatated easily? Are you an emotional basket-case, crying over spilled milk? Or things just set you off for no reason, and you lose your patience easily?
PMS can be hard to handle for those around you, and worse for those who are experiencing it.
Have you ever heard of Chaste Tree Berry? It maybe something you want to check out if you are experiencing any hormonal imbalances.
What is Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex angus-castus)?
Chaste Tree Berry is an herb used to help with the symptoms that can come from out of balance female hormones.
This herb can help manage hormonal fluctuations like the ones during the menstrual cycle. Most female reproductive disorders are caused by an imbalance of estrogen and progesterone.
In fact, female reproductive hormone disorders are fairly common. Many young girls suffer from acne during puberty, and as women age they can experience irregular periods, menopause, and infertility.
Chaste Tree Berry has been traditionally used to help with female issues ever since the ancient Greeks, and is still popular today.
Used for over thousands of years, Chaste Tree Berry was originally named for how it seemed to reduce sexual desire – much like an herbal chastity belt. It was used by herbal masters to help strengthen and tone the female hormonal system.
In North America, Chaste Tree Berry is commonly sought after to help encourage a regular period and help regulate female hormones.
To read more about Chaste Tree Berry click here:http://bit.ly/9IRiya
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Paulina Nelega, RH, has been in private practice as a Clinical Herbalist for over 15 years. She has developed and taught courses in herbal medicine, and her articles on health have appeared in numerous publications. She is very passionate about the healing power of nature. Ask Dr. Jan