Black cohosh is traditionally used to support women’s health, and is approved by the German Commission E for premenstrual discomfort and pain associated with normal menstruation. Black cohosh is also used in supporting a healthy menopause.
Black Cohosh is a phyto-estrogen herb, with anti-spasmodic, diuretic and hormonal-balancing qualities. Expert vascular effects and reduces luteinzing hormone levels, implying a significant estrogenic effect. Its primary uses are specific in female toning compounds, to relieve menstrual cramps and uterine disorders, encourage estrogen balance, and during the last week of pregnancy, to facilitate childbirth. Relieves hot flashes, depression and vaginal atrophy. Used in treatment of arthritic, neurological, and rheumatic pain. Increases natural fertility by regulating hormone production after discontinuing the birth control pill.
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In menopausal women, black cohosh is not likely to cause any complications other than mild stomach upset. Black cohosh must be avoided during pregnancy because of its potential ability to stimulate uterine contractions. The safety of black cohosh in breastfeeding mothers and the degree of transmission of black cohosh in breast milk has not been established. There is controversy regarding the safety of black cohosh in women with a personal history or strong family history of breast cancer.
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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.