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Black Cohosh Liquid Herb Extract

Black Cohosh

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Black Cohosh (cimicifuga racemosa) be helpful with Menopause, PMS and Spasmodic dysmenorrhoea.

The active ingredients in black cohosh include serotonin-like compounds, as well as components that can mimic estrogen in the body. Furthermore, black cohosh boasts triterpenes, isoflavones, tannins, essential fatty acids, and certain starches. As an analgesic, sedative, and anti-inflammatory substance, in addition to its now-famous role in the treatment and management of menstruation and menopause.

Research has linked the estrogen-like compounds in black cohosh to milder menopausal symptoms, as the major problem for women going through menopause is the stark drop in estrogen levels. Other studies have linked the use of black cohosh to a reduction in hot flashes and night sweats for menopausal women, as well as lowered levels of stress and tension throughout the day.

One of the earliest known uses of black cohosh was as an anti-spasmodic, which helps muscles and nerves function normally, preventing cramping and aching pains. This anti-spasmodic activity of black cohosh’s active ingredients is coupled with natural analgesic and anti-inflammatory abilities, which does make black cohosh a one-stop herb for many aches and pains related with injury, muscle strain, chronic nervous tension, and other mild conditions. The salicylic acid found in black cohosh is extremely useful as a natural anti-inflammatory substance, as salicylic acid almost directly mimics the activity of aspirin. For people who suffer from arthritis, black cohosh root can be a miracle cure, particularly when taken regularly.

$36.00$456.00 excl. GST

Product Code: blc2. Dimensions: N/A

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Black Cohosh (cimicifuga racemosa) be helpful with Menopause, PMS and Spasmodic dysmenorrhoea.

The active ingredients in black cohosh include serotonin-like compounds, as well as components that can mimic estrogen in the body. Furthermore, black cohosh boasts triterpenes, isoflavones, tannins, essential fatty acids, and certain starches. As an analgesic, sedative, and anti-inflammatory substance, in addition to its now-famous role in the treatment and management of menstruation and menopause.

Research has linked the estrogen-like compounds in black cohosh to milder menopausal symptoms, as the major problem for women going through menopause is the stark drop in estrogen levels. Other studies have linked the use of black cohosh to a reduction in hot flashes and night sweats for menopausal women, as well as lowered levels of stress and tension throughout the day.

One of the earliest known uses of black cohosh was as an anti-spasmodic, which helps muscles and nerves function normally, preventing cramping and aching pains. This anti-spasmodic activity of black cohosh’s active ingredients is coupled with natural analgesic and anti-inflammatory abilities, which does make black cohosh a one-stop herb for many aches and pains related with injury, muscle strain, chronic nervous tension, and other mild conditions. The salicylic acid found in black cohosh is extremely useful as a natural anti-inflammatory substance, as salicylic acid almost directly mimics the activity of aspirin. For people who suffer from arthritis, black cohosh root can be a miracle cure, particularly when taken regularly.

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