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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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(17) With so many watermen and their families subsisting on theatrical business, the decline in water traffic at the time of Chaste Maid's production resulted in the destitution and starvation of many individuals, according to Taylor.
Chaste tree berries are becoming increasingly popular for the treatment of PMS symptoms, in addition to other ailments.
A systematic review of chaste tree's adverse events, carried out by Daniele and colleagues at University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy), confirms that side effects tend to be mild and reversible.
Those living in Catholic Worker homes or remaining chaste before and after marriage are in the minority.
With "slave auctions" of women taking place in British airports daily, the issue is one of growing concern for Chaste.
Confucian male definitions of female virtue which centered on chaste widows go back to the Song (960-1279) and Yuan (1271-1368) dynasties, and accompanied social changes that weakened women's property rights while strengthening the extended kinship organization, the patrilineage.
The house has a glacial composure and otherworldly beauty that recalls (if not too much of an Oriental cliche) the poise and grace of a classical geisha carefully settling herself down between a couple of slightly dissolute salarymen for an evening's chaste entertainment.
Yes, of course, it may have all been perfectly chaste, but to modern observers it sure sounds like a same-sex marriage at sea.
Chaste tree is a deciduous aromatic shrub native to Mediterranean Europe, central Asia and parts of India, but now widely cultivated in sub-tropical regions.
Chen Shou's Yibu qijiu zhuan account of the so-called "Three Chaste Ones of Ba" reads: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] As for the Three Chaste Ones of Ba, they were the wife of Ma Miaoxin (35) of Langzhong, nee Yi; the wife of Wang Yuanfen of Xichongguo, nee Ji.
It prohibits "false of defamatory words or language which shall injure or impair" the virtuous and chaste reputation of any woman over the age of 12.
Emily is smitten with the Prince, but she must remain chaste during her apprenticeship or else.