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Vitex Agnus Castus - Seed

Vitex Agnus Castus - seed

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Vitex Agnus Castus (also called Monks Pepper, Chaste Tree Berry).  This Mediterranean herb has been used for centuries to help maintain a balanced hormonal system in both females and males.

Ideal for bitches prone to phantom pregnancies. 

For horses consider our Easy Mare range.  For endocrine support consider our equine or canine Cush X supplements.

There will be no directions for use on the bag : see How do I use it 

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Sylvaine Shapland
I just wanted to thank you and let you know how much your Chaste Tree Berries (Vitex) helped my old pony. I found out about them from a forum and they made a huge difference. The pony had become depressed for a year or so and the Vitex made quite a quick impact and he was bright and cheerful again, always cantering across the drive and into the stable yard at night and flying up the field in the morning. It was very sad to have to put him down recently, but he had a great life and the Vitex had a part in that. Thank you again.
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Louise Young
I have been using Monks pepper on my mare for over a year now. I previously used an expensive popular brand but have found monks pepper more effective. No more moody mare
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Vitex agnus castus

There will be no feeding instructions on this product.  Add to feed and split the amount between two feeds where feasible.  Allow up to three weeks for benefits to be seen with straight herbs.  Do contact the Helpline if you are unsure or would like further advice on which herb or supplement to feed.  Often supplements do give better all round support.

Equine directions for use : 10 to 15 grams daily : 1 x 15ml scoop weighs approx 5 grams

Canine directions for use : due to the size of the cut of this herb it is unsuitable for dogs : use tincture of Vitex agnus castus instead or Canine Cush X.