Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Overcome Infertility -- Chaste tree berry ( vitex agnus-castus) and Fertility

Fertility is a natural process to insure the survival of human species. Through natural selection, we produce many offspring when the reproductive system works at it's peak in the suitable environment with plenty foods around. On the other hand, the reductive system may completely shut down or work at it;s minimum state and we produce less offspring, when the environment is hostile including less foods around, war, epidemic, etc. But regardless any situation. most women are capable to conceive sometimes before menopause.
I. Definition
Chaste berry tree is also known as vitex agnus castus, belongs to the Verbenaceae family. It is considered as a queen herb in treating all kinds of reproductive disorder including premenstrual symptoms and infertility as resulting of hormonal imbalance.

II. How Chaste berry tree effects Fertility
1. Androstenedione,
Chaste berry tree contains androstenedione which is the common precursor of male and female sex hormone by converting to estrogen through the enzyme aromatase, thereby decreasing the risks of hormone imbalance that causes infertility.

2. Epitestosterone
Epitestosterone is an inactive epimer of the hormone testosterone which has been used to enhance athletic performance for some athelic during competition. It helps to improve sexual desire and sexual performance, thereby increasing the chance of fertility as resulting of production of testosterone.

3. Hydroxyprogesterone
Chaste tree contains plant hydroxyprogesterone which is a steroid hormone produced during the synthesis of glucocorticoids and sex steroids. It helps to raise the levels of progesterone if it is loo low and reduces it when it is too high in the women body, leading to hormone balancing and increasing the chance of fertility.

3. Progesterone
It's leave also contain plant progesterone which helps to regulate the levels of progesterone body that is necessary for a natural conception as resulting of hormone balancing.

4. Iridoid
It also contains iridoid which is often intermediates in the biosynthesis of alkaloids that helps to improve the immune system in fighting against inflammation resulting in lessening the risks of immune system abnormal function in production of antibody against sperm invasion.

5. Glycoside
Glycoside is a flavonoid which acts as an antioxidant as resulting of increasing uric acid levels by expelling flavonoids from the body antioxidant, thereby increasing the immune system in fighting against forming of free radical as well as guarding our body against infection and inflammation, leading to abnormal function of immune system.

5. Essential oil
The essential oil of chaste beery tree contains cineol, pinene, monoterpenes, etc. It is said that helps to balance the hormone in the body including reproductive hormone as resulting of it's plant progesterone and ability in regulating the pituitary gland and harmonizing the endocrine system.

6. Prolactin
It is said that chaste berry tree not only helps to regulate the menstrual cycle after stopping the conceptive pill, but also balances the prolactin hormone in the women body. It raise it, if too high and low it when it is too low.

III. Risks and side effects
1. Allergic effects as resulting of normal immune system overreaction to the chemicals in the tree for the first time user.

2. Nausea
It may cause nausea for some women who take the chaste berry tree in the first time as resulting of inability of digestive system in adjusting to the herb.

3. Gastric irritation
Taking chaste berry tree supplement in empty stomach may cause gastric irritation as resulting of it' s essential oil effects.

4. Headache
Since it contains alcohol, it may cause headache for some women.
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