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Black Cohosh Supplements and Formulas

Black cohosh has a long history of use for a variety of health issues, but in western culture it’s mainly regarded as a women’s herb.

What is Black Cohosh? (Actaea racemose)

A member of the buttercup family, this perennial woodland plant is native to central North America, specifically growing from Ontario to Georgia and westward to Missouri and Arkansas. Typically, it’s the root and rhizome (underground stem system) that’s used in herbal remedies. Be careful not to confuse black cohosh with blue or white cohosh, which are completely different plants.

Other, mostly historic, names include: black bugbane, black snakeroot, bugwort, rattle weed, squawroot, macrotys, rheumatism weed and fairy candle.

What are the Benefits of Black Cohosh?

Although more scientific evidence is needed, women typically use black cohosh to smooth over life’s changes.

  • Menopause
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Irritability
  • Sleep
  • Nervousness
  • Pre-menstrual symptoms
  • Mood swings

Black cohosh is so popular in Europe that for more than 40 years it’s been approved in Germany for premenstrual discomfort, painful menstruation, and menopausal symptoms.

What’s in Black Cohosh?

Black cohosh contains glycosides (sugar compounds), isoferulic acids, hydroxycinnamic acids, and possibly phytoestrogens (plant-based estrogens), among several other active substances.

Available forms of Black Cohosh

Black cohosh is available in whole herb capsules, tablets and extracts, or is often blended with other female herbs to ease menopause symptoms.

Check out our Black Cohosh line now.

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Black Cohosh Root Liquid Extract
1 oz
Classic and Beneficial Support
MSRP 10.00
$7.50
Hot Flash Ease™
60 capsules
With Soy, Red Clover, Black Cohosh
MSRP 42.00
$32.99
Quiet Ear™
90 Capsules

Get Some Peace and Quiet!

MSRP 44.00
$29.99

Black cohosh has a long history of use for a variety of health issues, but in western culture it’s mainly regarded as a women’s herb.

What is Black Cohosh? (Actaea racemose)

A member of the buttercup family, this perennial woodland plant is native to central North America, specifically growing from Ontario to Georgia and westward to Missouri and Arkansas. Typically, it’s the root and rhizome (underground stem system) that’s used in herbal remedies. Be careful not to confuse black cohosh with blue or white cohosh, which are completely different plants.

Other, mostly historic, names include: black bugbane, black snakeroot, bugwort, rattle weed, squawroot, macrotys, rheumatism weed and fairy candle.

What are the Benefits of Black Cohosh?

Although more scientific evidence is needed, women typically use black cohosh to smooth over life’s changes.

  • Menopause
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Irritability
  • Sleep
  • Nervousness
  • Pre-menstrual symptoms
  • Mood swings

Black cohosh is so popular in Europe that for more than 40 years it’s been approved in Germany for premenstrual discomfort, painful menstruation, and menopausal symptoms.

What’s in Black Cohosh?

Black cohosh contains glycosides (sugar compounds), isoferulic acids, hydroxycinnamic acids, and possibly phytoestrogens (plant-based estrogens), among several other active substances.

Available forms of Black Cohosh

Black cohosh is available in whole herb capsules, tablets and extracts, or is often blended with other female herbs to ease menopause symptoms.

Check out our Black Cohosh line now.

Relevant Categories:

Relevant Healthy Insights:

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