It is good for bone density and, in combination with magnesium, ensures that bone fractures are healed faster.
But this is rather rarely the reason why women are interested in monk's pepper, because monk's pepper, also called Abraham's tree seed, chaste lamb seed, Vitex Agnus castus, is a well-known and proven plant for libido and fertility.
Monk's pepper tea, instructions
Especially women drink the tea since ancient times to get pregnant and if you want to ease menstruation.
1 tablespoon to 1 L of water, bring to a bubbling boil, let steep for 5 min strain, 3-4 cups per day.
The finished tea can be stored in the refrigerator for several days, preferably in the Flaska. Do not boil or store in aluminum pots or pots containing tin. Sweeten with erythritol or even better probiotic with yacon syrup.
The name monk's pepper comes from the fact that infusions, incenses and mattress additions of this plant were supposed to help monks comply with celibacy. If they were not mistaken... Because in the meantime it is known that monk's pepper tea or incenses have rather a stimulating effect on sexuality. This is especially true for women who want to have children. Generations of women have used monk's pepper - according to tradition - for pregnancy, similar to the success of many women in India with Shatavari. Preparation: 1-2 teaspoons of monk's pepper per cup pour boiling water, infuse for 10 minutes, strain and enjoy.