A.Vogel Angus Castus Drops. Agnus castus, also known as the ‘Chaste Tree’, is actually a shrub with lavender or violet flowers. Sometimes it is referred to as Abraham’s Balm, Monk’s Pepper or Chasteberry. The use of Agnus castus has been recorded since the time of Hippocrates. It was believed to be an anti-aphrodisiac and hence the names ‘Chaste Tree’ and ‘Monk’s Pepper’.
- Supplement to support female health
- Tincture of Angus Castus berries or fruit
- Botancial Food supplment.
Nowadays Agnus castus is recognised as a supplement used to support female health especially in younger women.
The berries are used in this tincture – these are reddish brown fruits which give off a pleasant peppermint-like smell.
Another botanical name for Agnus castus is (confusingly) Vitex agnus castus and because of this, it is sometimes referred to simply as Vitex.
The plant grows mainly in the Mediterranean, although it also thrives in sub-tropical regions such as in Africa and the USA. Agnus castus grows to a height of up to 5 metres and bears delicate leaves, flowering in late summer.
Tincture of Agnus castus (Chaste Tree) dried fruit, extracted in alcohol (69% V/V).
Directions for use:
Adults: 15-20 drops in a little water twice daily.
Children: This product is not recommended for children under 14 years of age.
Do not exceed stated recommended daily dose.
Avoid during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.