Ingredients & DescriptionBlack Cohosh is a flowering herb native to parts of North America stretching from the southernmost parts of Ontario, Canada to Georgia and Missouri to Arkansas. It is most commonly found in isolated woodland clearings and opening and prefers a shady environment. This impressive plant can reach heights ranging anywhere from three to eight feet and boasts tall, spiky, white flowers.
Black Cohosh has been traditionally used by Native Americans as a remedy for female menstrual complications and irregularities such as infertility, irritability, and most notably hot flashes and the alleviation of labor pains. Europeans also noted that natives would often use resins and saps collected from the herb to help reduce inflammation and help treat Rheumatism. Today, herbalists, naturopaths, and natural health advocates recommend Black Cohosh for the relief of symptoms associated with menopause and as an herbal tonic for females seeking to nourish and tone their reproductive organs.
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