Nature's Sunshine Wild Yam & Chaste Tree Combination [Glandular]. Wild yam is a great nourisher of the female reproductive system. Not to be confused with the tuberous sweet potato yam, wild yam is widely used in the world today to supply nutrients essential for optimal glandular function. It was commonly called colic root and rheumatism root 100 years ago in the U.S. It is also famous in Chinese herbology. Pliny, a Roman naturalist, wrote in 53 A.D. that Greek farmers would cover their fields with branches of the chaste tree to promote the fertility of their newly sown corn. It was also called monk’s pepper during the Middle Ages and used by those who wished to maintain their vows of celibacy. It is commonly used to address menopausal concerns.
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