Commonly known as the chaste tree, it is a deciduous shrub a tree of about 2 meter height. Leaves opposite, petiolate and digitate, five to seven partite, upper surface dark green and under-surface gray, odour strong aromatic. The fruit drupe, yellowish and hard, with an aromatic odour and taste. Flower in dense sessile cluster, forming terminal often panicle spikes, light purple. It is found in southern Europe, shores of the Mediterranean, south of France and Greece on sandy spots and at the base of rocks. It is also cultivated in garden.
A homoeopathic tincture is made from the fresh berries. It is covered by both Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India and German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia . It was proved by Hehnemann himself.
Agnus castus is for low sexual vitality with corresponding mental depression and loss of nervous energy. It shows distinctive influence in both sexes, but is more pronounced in men. It is of service in impotency in those who are suffering from indiscrection. The genitals are relaxed, flaccid and cold. There is no sexual desire. Beneficial in the management of the consequences of onanism and masturbation. In diseases of women, there is a general relaxed condition of the genital organs with a transparent leucorrhoea, an abhorrence of sexual intercourse and a sad, despondent mental condition. Premature old age from abuse of sexual power. Also a remedy for sprains and strains, trachycardia caused by tobacco in neurotic young men.
Q. 1x and above.
Flacid and Cold, Consequences of onanism and Masturbation, leucorrhoea.
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