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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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Dijkstra presents a view that women's inaccessibility to society would ensure moral chasteness (8), and any "public display of levity or physical energies of women .
59) He also offered a new interpretation of his design, which was written down by Cohen: "I am seeking through whiteness and aluminum to achieve a feeling of chasteness which I believe is the spirit of the true religion .
The result, and the surrounding park, recall the chasteness of eighteenth-century Palladian architecture, with the clear cut artefact set against nature apparently mown by the hand of God into agreeable vistas defined by gently rounded eminences.
This jurisprudential chasteness, on its face, is readily distinguishable from Hendricks, which failed to cite a single ex post facto case, and principally relied instead on Fifth and Sixth Amendment precedents.