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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 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.
Since chasteness was upheld as an essential quality for women, those who appeared to subvert this ideal were condemned.
Despite his uprightness of life, reflected in a great chasteness of speech, Murray did not believe in omitting words because they were substandard or taboo.
DEPUTY PM/WOMEN LAUGHTER: Deputy Prime Minister BE-lent Arync complained on Monday that the Turkish society is faced with a moral decay, urging both men and women to protect their chasteness by remaining faithful to their wives and avoiding laughter in public, respectively.
The contemporary notion of "authentic history," combined with the dictionary's generic restrictions, means that Betham often champions women already approved in previous works for their chasteness and piety.
James catches the chasteness and purity of this pang of longing that ranges far beyond the personal in this tender and fleeting cameo sketch.
The British used to believe that their women were more virtuous and their politicians more honest than all others, and even though it hasn't been so long since the great corporate bribery scandals of the seventies, epitomized by Lockheed's adventures in Japan, there's a certain chasteness in the press here in focusing on how U.
He doted on his Danish wife, Anne, who had already presented him with three healthy children, and [Sir Henry] Wotton reported that "among his good qualities none shines more brightly than the chasteness of his life.
One of the few fresh glimpses of him in the book are comments by Neville Lytton in 1900 of Lutyens's work at Fisher's Hill: 'Ned's aims are perfect, only in carrying out I think he wants thoroughness and chasteness .