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Energetics: Cooling and Relaxing
Commonly used to support gynecological issues and imbalances, such as amenorrhea and menopausal symptoms.  Its early traditional uses to ease rheumatism, arthritis, headaches, and neurological pain should not be ignored. 

Standard Decoction: 2 - 4 ounces up to 3 x daily, Tincture: 3 - 30 drops 3 x daily


AT-RISK PLANT. SEEK CULTIVATED SOURCES OR ALTERNATIVE PLANTS. Black cohosh is listed as endangered in Massachusetts and Illinois (United Plant Savers [UpS], n.d.), and is on the United Plant Savers “At-Risk” list (UpS, 2022). United Plant Savers recommends that herbalists either use cultivated sources of black cohosh or seek alternative herbs (Wood, 2000). Possible alternative herbs include vitex (Vitex agnus-castus) to support hormonal balance, motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) for menstrual issues and anxiety, and skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) for pain, mood swings, and anxiety (Bothwell, 2002).AT-RISK PLANT. SEEK CULTIVATED SOURCES OR ALTERNATIVE PLANTS. Black cohosh is listed as endangered in Massachusetts and Illinois (United Plant Savers [UpS], n.d.), and is on the United Plant Savers “At-Risk” list (UpS, 2022). United Plant Savers recommends that herbalists either use cultivated sources of black cohosh or seek alternative herbs (Wood, 2000). Possible alternative herbs include vitex (Vitex agnus-castus) to support hormonal balance, motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) for menstrual issues and anxiety, and skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) for pain, mood swings, and anxiety (Bothwell, 2002).

Black Cohosh Root

SKU: BLACK COHOSH
$5.00Price
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