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Agnus castus, chaste tree, monk’s pepper, wild lavender.
Origin : Native to the Mediterranean region and western Asia.
Background : As the name “chaste tree” suggests, this plant was once thought to lower the libido. It was often chewed by monks, and in Italy blossoms are still strewn in the path of novices entering a convent.
Preparation : The dried, ripe berries are macerated in alcohol.
Remedy Profile : People who respond well to this remedy may be anxious about their health, especially their sexual health, and may have a strong presentiment of their own death.
Agnus castus is given chiefly to people with low energy levels, depression, poor sexual vitality, and a low libido. It is helpful for fatigue due to menopause, or caused by alcohol or drug abuse, or following excessive amounts of sexual intercourse. In men, the remedy is generally prescribed for sexual conditions such as impotence, premature ejaculation with sexual arousal, or disinterest, particularly in men who formerly had a high libido. In women, Agnus castus may help where there is a loss of libido, especially during menopause, scanty or excessively heavy menstruation, or an enlarged uterus, possibly with a staining vaginal discharge. Postpartum depression and a lack of breast milk following childbirth may also be helped by the remedy.
Symptoms Better : For scratching or pressing on the affected area.
Symptoms Worse : For sexual excess; for ejaculating.
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