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chaste

This is “the plant for women”, recognized by it’s “horny”phalic purple vertical flower cluster and 5 finger pointy leaves slightly resembling marijuana. The berries, young leaves, stems and flowers can be used raw right off the tree, or as tea, for menstrual pain and problems, breast pain and problems, hormone issues, menopause, fertility, acne, PMS. Stimulates the pituitary to raise progesterone levels. Progesterone stimulates bone growth. This hormone also converts to estrogen which prevents bone loss. Source of bioflavonoids. Berries are considered a tonic for both male and female reproductive systems. Do not take while pregnant. Also used for inflammation issues like sore throat, tonsils, stomach pain, intestinal inflammation, joint inflammation, arthritis, rheumatism etc. Just grab some leaves, berries and make tea.
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And of course, the "lessons" of Vietnam keep coming up; McNamara chastely describes his role in that experience as one of "participation.
The chapel at Callan is a spacious edifice, not quite finished, in the southern part of the town; the interior is very neat, and the ceiling is chastely and handsomely carved.
editor: Reading the Autumn issue I was struck by the photo of the nude female body from the waist to the neck, with hands chastely covering a portion of her breasts.
When the group hits the sack (each chastely clad in sweats, though still chained together), Andy notes, ``Sleeping with four women - I'll probably never get this chance again in my life.
And whether the speaker is male or female, even apart from the issue of overt sexual invitation, people are always declaring their love at the top of their lungs--some sexually, some chastely, some sweetly, some comically, some sentimentally, some melodramatically--a wildly "forward" thing for ladies to do in speech but apparently not in song.
And I think that it wasn't until I was in Kenya, spending time with refugees like Kabina Sockor, that I understood how satisfying it can be to love chastely, that is, to love many people with your whole heart and to accept the love that comes freely in return.
Surrounded by images of her saints, sheltered, and all too innocent, Esperanza Diaz, the pious protagonist of Maria Amparo Escandon's first novel, has spent her entire orderly and unremarkable life in the same Mexican village, living too briefly with her only love and spending her long widowhood chastely cherishing his memory and raising their daughter, Blanca, with the help of her best girlfriend.
In a new document, entitled "Living Together: Questions and Answers Regarding Cohabitation and the Church's Moral Teaching," the bishops explain, in a simple question and answer format, why the Church calls couples to live chastely until marriage for the good of their relationship.
Media coverage focused far more on his positive calls to youth -- and to everyone else for that matter -- to live chastely, act justly, and to protect human life.
However, when an evening's otherwise innocent progression with a woman left me feeling as hopelessly naive and clueless as an adolescent virgin again, I chastely kissed my date goodnight and hastily retreated--to brace myself with a few rums and cokes in the anonymity of a gay bar.
In short, the sexoid could be whatever men and women carnally crave in private but chastely condemn in public.
The budding relationship between Jessie and her new love, 25-year-old Brooks (Pierson Fode), is handled chastely, as befits a Disney project aimed at youngsters.