- It is good for women's health
- Helps with support menopause
- Helps to treat menstrual irregularities
- Support women’s reproductive health.
- Helps balance the female system
- It may help with sleep
- Supports mental health
Black Cohosh, also called Actaea racemosa, is a perennial plant from North America and Europe. It got its name "Cohosh," meaning "rough," from Native Americans, due to its gnarled root. Historically, it was also known as snakeroot, black bugbane, and rheumatism weed. The plant's flowers, which have a strong odor, were used to repel insects, hence the name "bugbane."
How to use:
As a dietary supplement, take 1/2-1 mL (13-25 drops) two (2) times a day in a small amount of water.
Black Cohosh, Vegetable Glycerin, and USP Purified Water.
We always recommend you consult your wellness or healthcare practitioner before adding any diet changes or supplements to your daily wellness routine and practice.