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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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The play opens with Callimaco paralyzed by his love for the proud and chaste -- and as of yet, unseen -- Lucrezia.
2) The "excess" to which Machiavelli refers is the rape of Lucretia, Collatinus's beautiful and chaste wife, by Sextus Tarquinius, son of the Etruscan king.
It hovers at around 50 the first two episodes - or roughly more than once per minute - then spikes up to 65 in episode three before plummeting to relatively chaste levels (27 and 37, respectively) in episodes four and five.
And that they celebrated the birth of civilisation by ensuring that fires were continuously maintained in them by chaste priestesses.
It is a special, chaste, insular world they inhabit.
In doing so, it encloses a small court where a couple of cork trees grow in chaste elegance.
Bishops' Committee on Priestly Formation has issued a memorandum to rectors and seminary faculty members, with a new emphasis on screening "for men who are able to live chaste celibacy.
The admittedly anachronistic coupling of Shakespeare Jungle Fever challenges the persistence of Shakespearean "chaste thinking," which Arthur Little (following Stephanie Jed's "feminist philology" [9] in Chaste Thinking: The Rape of Lucretia and the Birth of Humanism) summarizes as "a too-easy cutting off of one's own discourses from the complexities and messiness of the discourses one seeks to investigate and clarify" (8-9).
Pills made from the dried fruit of Vitex agnus castus - better known as the Chaste Tree - were given to 86 PMT sufferers, while 84 other women were given dummy tablets.
You might stop touching yourself in an unhealthy manner, and try to spend more time with the chaste young Klara.
The chaste teens feared ruining their futures or disappointing parents if they went beyond first base.
Addressing the youth, the Archbishop pointed out that in a politically correct society, "It is much more sophisticated and daring to uphold, to be faithful, to forget oneself and one's comfort, to be chaste, to be honest even in an inflated economic bubble, to be fair, in short, to be good.