Vitex fruit, commonly referred to as the chaste tree berry or simply vitex, is the fruit of the Vitex agnus-castus plant. Native to the Mediterranean region, this plant has a rich history that dates back thousands of years. Ancient Greeks, Romans, and monks during the Middle Ages consumed the berries and leaves to reduce sexual desire, which led to its moniker "chaste tree." Holistically, vitex has been traditionally used in herbal medicine, particularly in regulating the menstrual cycle and alleviating symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menopause due to its ability to balance hormone levels. As for its health benefits, vitex has been observed to improve fertility in women, ease breast pain associated with menstrual cycles, and even help with certain types of acne related to hormonal imbalances. In terms of skincare, the anti-inflammatory properties of vitex fruit can contribute to clearer skin and reduced redness. Furthermore, some modern skincare formulations incorporate vitex for its potential anti-aging benefits, as it may stimulate collagen production and offer hydration. The legacy of vitex fruit as both a symbol of chastity and a potent remedy illustrates its multifaceted role in historical and modern wellness practices.