Wild yam and chaste tree berries feed the glandular system. Wild Yam was commonly called colic root 100 years ago in the U.S. It is also famous in Chinese herbology. Chaste tree, also known as vitex, was called monk’s pepper during the Middle Ages. It is commonly used to support menopausal women. It is commonly used to support menopausal women, PMS, hormone imbalances, thyroid imbalances as well as anxiety, mood swings and muscle tension. Wild yam can be used for a variety of female concerns, while chaste tree berries nourish the pituitary gland, where other hormones are produced. It is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties, making it a great remedy for female concerns, arthritis, IBS, muscle tension and neuralgia. Wild yam is a vasodilative, meaning it dilates blood vessels to stimulate circulation. These two herbs work together to support ideal hormone levels and enhance glandular and reproductive health.