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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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Goldenseal root is a primary antibiotic and antiviral herb use to fight all kinds of infections. A source of natural insulin, a hemostatic to control both external and internal bleeding, and an alternative tonic and laxative properties make it a useful agent in digestive disorders.
This powerful bitter herb dries and cleanses mucus membranes, inhibits excessive flow, counteracts inflammation, regulate menses, aids digestion, treat liver diseases, cleanse the blood and counters infection. It also is a stimulant to the uterine muscles, contracts the blood vessels and inhibits excessive bleeding. Goldenseal is effective against flu, fevers, and infections of all kinds. It also alleviates gastroenteritis, indigestion, gas, and heartburn.
Probably the strongest and most typical of the Western herbs used as a general antibacterial or a general anti-inflammatory, externally as well as internally.
Because goldenseal root is a bitter herb it might be hard for some people to drink as tea. My favorite way to use it is as tincture since it an easy way to add to your juice, tea, water, soup, or any other way that works for you. Its also a convenient way to take with you in any travel, and in my personal opinion, a very important herb to have on your first aid kit.
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This information is to educate the consumer on widely accepted uses of common herbs. This is not intended in any way to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. Please consult your health professional care if you have, or think you have a condition which requires medical attention.