Jan de Vries
Agnus castus, the ‘Chaste Tree’, is actually a shrub with violet flowers. Found in the Mediterranean region, its uses have been recorded since the time of Hippocrates. The tiny reddish brown fruits, which appear in the summer, are used to create this tincture.
About the herb Agnus castus
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|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|
|Please seek medical advice if pregnant.|
|Keep out of reach and sight of children.|
|Store in a cool dry place.|
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