I have been sex free (masturbation, porn, etc...) for over 200 days now, but recently sexual thoughts have begun creeping into my head again. I want to decrease my sex drive even more as I find it an annoyance. I have not taken anything thus far. I have been suppressing by sheer will power and now I just want to add in some medicine that may have an effect on that aspect of my life. I know anti-depressants can lead to a decrease in sexual function as it increases serotonin levels, however, I am not depressed and would like more of a natural remedy if there are others out there that are actually backed by studies other than the one I am about to discuss. The natural remedy I was reading about was Chasteberry. From the information I have gathered, this plant is primarily known to help women during their menstrual cycles, but it also has an effect on men that use it, it is said to cause a decrease in prolactin. Monks used it in the past from what I read on it. I tried searching for scientific studies to back up the claim that it does, in fact, decrease prolactin but only found snippets of information backed by lack-luster research. Does anyone else have valid, scientific studies/information backed by credible research on Chasteberry? In addition, for those who are in medicine: are there any medications other than anti-depressants that help decrease libido if I ever wanted to go the medicinal route rather than the natural? Thank you in advance!