The Vitex agnus-castus fruit, also known as chasteberry or monk’s pepper, is about the size of a peppercorn.
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Where to buy Vitex in Ghana
RELISH HEALTH SHOP, AKAI HOUSE, OSU, Phone: 030 277 3590
ORGANIC SUPPLEMENTS GHANA, Phone: 026 625 7395
Rainforest Market, Phone: 026 552 9505
Addpharma Retail – North Industrial Area, Phone: 030 226 0712
Lucien Chemical Shop, Phone: 024 493 4492
The Mall Pharmacy – Accra Mall, Phone: 028 940 0400
Relish Foods, Address: Accra
Nutrimarket Ghana, Phone: 055 709 3636
Coral Paints Ghana, Phone: 024 222 2012
PillPoint Pharmacy – Teshie, Phone: 024 718 9718
The Mall Pharmacy – Junction Mall, Address: Accra
PillPoint Pharmacy – Spintex, Phone: 020 000 4044
The Medishop Pharmacy, Phone: 024 361 2344
Okaishie DrugStore Lane, Phone: 024 613 2928
What is another name for Vitex?
Vitex Agnus-castusVitex agnus-castus, also called vitex, chaste tree (or chaste tree), chaste berry, Abraham’s balm, lilac chaste tree, or monk’s pepper, is a native of the Mediterranean region.
It is one of the few temperate-zone species of Vitex, which is, on the whole, a genus of tropical and sub-tropical flowering plants.
What are the benefits of taking vitex?
The benefits of vitex stem from its actions upon the pituitary gland specifically on the production of a hormone called luteinizing hormone (LH).
This indirectly increases progesterone production and helps regulate the menstrual cycle.
Vitex also keeps prolactin secretion in check.