The alternative medicine is a quick solution to low treatment - disease risk, there are thousands of home remedies but mostly we focus on those who can help to lower prolactin levels , but we need to talk a little of this hormone. The Prolactin is a hormone secreted by the lactotrophs behind the pituitary gland is responsible for the stimulation of milk production in the mammary glands; but since it is a hormone, its production can be altered causing hyperprolactinemia and despite its relationship with breastfeeding, this hormone is also found in humans. There are studies which indicate that high levels of prolactin can influence ovulation , because there is a kind of blockage in the production of luteinizing hormone which promotes ovulation, to decrease the amounts of prolactin in the blood we will use the effective home remedies. In particular, there is a tree called Vitex agnus castus which has very good properties that will help reduce prolactin levels , its function is focused on acting as a dopamine receptor, this will prevent the pituitary from releasing large amounts of prolactin. Usually treatment with Vitex agnus castus requires a period of two to three months, this tree or its properties can be found synthesized in drugs. There may be an increase in this hormone in special cases such as hyperthyroidism or during pregnancy and lactation. Mode of action of our natural treatment Our natural herbal treatment is very effective in healing excess prolactin in the blood. These are herbal teas in the form of powder which aims to suppress the excessive production of prolactin and activates the release of dopamine, decreases the tumor mass in varying proportions, then boost the quality of your ovulation. The treatment also improves the functioning of the thyroid gland . Duration of treatment The duration of our natural treatment to reduce excess prolactin in the blood varies from 2 to 3 months. Our support is individualized. It will vary depending on your symptoms and your expectations. To discover our cure for hyperprolactinemia, click HERE We have representation in all African countries and actively in the following countries: Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be reassured that you will receive your products immediately after your order. Delivery is free. We deliver all over the world. For more information, you can contact our experts on +229 51374202 direct line or by whatsapp at the same number. Vitex agnus-castus Chasteberry (Vitex agnus-castus) has been used since ancient times as a female remedy. One of its properties was to reduce sexual desire. It is reported that the wives of the Romans, whose husbands were abroad with the legions, for this purpose spread the aromatic leaves on their sofas. It came to be known as the chaste tree. In the Middle Ages, regarding the alleged effect on sexual desire, chaste tree led it to become a food spice in the monasteries, where it was called "Monk's Pepper" or "Cloister Pepper". Applications : Acne (associated with the menstrual cycle), amenorrhea, catarrh, cholera, colic, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea, dyspepsia, ear disorders, endometriosis, female infertility, fever, fibrocystic breast disease, headache, heart disease, Hemicrania, hemorrhoids , liver problems, malaria, menopause, menorrhagia (menstruation), menstrual problems (secondary amenorrhea), nausea, premenstrual syndrome, rheumatism, skin diseases, ulcers, worms. The female reproductive system Traditionally, it has been an important European resource for controlling and regulating the female reproductive system. It is used long term to regulate periods and to treat amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea, it is used to help relieve menopausal problems and to ease the birthing process. Hippocrates, Dioscorides and Theophrastus mention the use of chaste tree for a wide variety of conditions, including postpartum hemorrhage, and also to aid in the "passage of the placenta". Decoctions of the fruit and the plant were also used in sitz baths for diseases of the uterus. Due to the intact herb cultivation in Germany and other parts of Europe, the chaste tree has not lost its popularity. In fact, it is still probably the most widely used herb for regulating hormones and relieving menstrual difficulties and is considered the best herb for conditions like fibroid uterine cysts and endometriosis . Chasteberry has not been significantly studied for its therapeutic effects. However, preliminary research does show the presence of compounds capable of adjusting the production of female hormones. Studies have shown that Agnus castus extracts can stimulate the release of luteinizing hormone and inhibit the release of follicle stimulating hormone. This suggests that the volatile oil has a similar effect to progesterone. Its benefits come from its actions on the pituitary gland specifically in the production of luteinizing hormone. This increases the production of progesterone and helps regulate a woman's cycle. Chasteberry can also regulate the secretion of prolactin. Anxiety and Premenstrual Syndrome A study in London (double-blind study) showed a 60% group reduction or elimination of PMS symptoms, such as anxiety, nervous tension, insomnia or mood swings, in subjects who took the dried capsules. . Using an aqueous extract of the fruit, a 1979 study reported good results in premenstrual water retention. Women have been able to maintain a good level of breastfeeding milk production while taking this herb. Although it took a little while for the drug to take effect, women were able to continue using the drug for months without harmful side effects. Chasteberry: Notes / Side Effects Latin names: Vitex agnus castus Common names : Agnocasto, Agno Casto, Agno Puro, Ajerobo, Alfagdí, Anho Casto, Añocasto, Little Pepper Tree, Arvore da Castidade, Cañamera, Trigger Chaste, Herb of Chastity, Pepper, False Pepper, Paprika, Pepper, Wild Pepper, Paprika, Poivron, Poivre fou, Poivre sauvage, Arbre de chasteté, Sanzgatillo, Sargatillo, Willow Trigger, Trigger Willow, Chasteberry, Trigger Willow, Sazgatillo, Vitex Agnus Castus, Zausgatillo, Zerobo Suggested properties: Leaves: antiparasitic, alterative, aromatic, deworming, analgesic Root: tonic, febrifuge, expectorant, diuretic Fruit: nervine, cephalic, emmenagogue Notes: With an emphasis on the long-term balance of a woman's hormonal system, chaste tree is not a fast-acting herb. For premenstrual syndrome or frequent or heavy periods, chasteberry can be used continuously for four to six months. Women with amenorrhea and infertility may remain in chaste tree for twelve to eighteen months, unless pregnancy has occurred during treatment. How to take Vitex agnus castus Normally, we use Vitex Agnus Castus in combination with other principles that enhance its effect: vitamins B1, B6, E, folic acid and evening primrose oil among others. There are different preparations on the market and most can be taken. Cyclically : the week before menstruation, when there are regular cycles Continually until the cycles return to regularity and symptoms subside. Side effects of Vitex agnus castus Side effects from using chaste tree are rare. Gastrointestinal disturbances and mild itchy rashes were reported in less than 2% of women followed while taking chaste tree. It is not recommended for use during pregnancy. To discover our cure for hyperprolactinemia, click HERE We have representation in all African countries and actively in the following countries: Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be reassured that you will receive your products immediately after your order. Delivery is free. We deliver all over the world. For more information, you can contact our experts on +229 51374202 direct line or by whatsapp at the same number.