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I have a few questions about Agnus Castus that I hope you can answer. Is Agnus castus suitable for these PMS problems - acne (cysts on jaw line), heavy periods, severe cramps, and nausea/morning sickness? It says on the site that it should be taken for 3 months for best results. Is it for continuous use? or is it for up to 3 months to get the benefit? When is the best time in the cycle to start taking it? I look forward to hearing from you. It has been suggested that I take "the pill" to regulate this but I'm not keen.

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