Bulk Chaste Berry Powder

V. agnus-castus
Chaste berry, powder image
[ 470 ]V. agnus-castus

Chaste Berry Powder

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Chasteberry or Chaste Tree, is a flowering shrub native to the Mediterranean region also grown as an ornamental in the Northeastern U.S.

The fruit of the plant has a long history of use in the preparation of tonics. Powdered chaste berry is usually encapsulated. Although considered safe, potential hormonal effects indicate that this herb should not be used during pregnancy.

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information at a glance

approximate cups to one pound5
active compoundsAlkaloids, Iridoids, Volatile oil, Flavonoids
plant part usedberries
processingchaste berry powder

buying & keeping

general guidelines and tips

storage tipsStore in a tightly-sealed container in a cool, dark place.
appearance & aromaFine powder without remarkable aroma.


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cosmeticInfuse chaste berry powder in carrier oil to make salves, ointments and other topical formulations.
culinaryEncapsulate as a dietary supplement. May also be tinctured.
safetyDue to possible hormonal effects, do not use this herb during pregnancy, while breastfeeding or if you have a history of a hormone-driven condition.

flavor profile

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Minty and spicy at the same time. Because the flavor isn’t particularly pleasant, this herb is not generally considered a culinary herb.

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what else you should know

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Chaste berry is the fruit of V. agnus-castus, a small tree or shub in the mint family native to the Mediterranean region and some parts of Asia. The plant is also known as Chaste Tree and Monk’s Pepper, a reference to its reputation for promoting virtuous behavior, especially chastity.

For centuries, chaste berry has been used for various conditions of concern to women. In fact, it was frequently recommended in the writings of Hippocrates and Dioscorides and is still the most commonly used botanical used in Europe to address premenstrual syndrome. It is sometimes combined with black cohosh or dong quai.

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please be advised:  Before making any changes to your diet you should always consult with your doctor, especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.

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