|Place of Origin:||
Hebei, China (Mainland)
|Packaging Details:||packing:25kg fiber drums.|
|Delivery Detail:||one week|
We are specialized in producing Black Cohosh Extract and it has been exporting to many countries for many years
Product name:Black Cohosh Extract
Botanical Source : Cimicfuga Racemosa
Extract Plant Part : Root
Extract Solvent : Ethanol & Water
Triterpene Glycosides : HPLC 2.5%, 8% Min
Product General Introduction
Black cohosh (known as Cimicifuga racemosa), a member of the buttercup family, is a perennial plant that is native to North America . Other common names include black snakeroot, bugbane, bugwort, rattleroot, rattletop, rattleweed, and macrotys. Insects avoid it, which accounts for some of these common names.
Preparations of black cohosh are made from its roots and rhizomes (underground stems). One commercial standardized black cohosh preparation is Remifemin which contains black cohosh extract equivalent to 20 mg of root per tablet. The manufacturer changed the formulation of this preparation from a solution (root extracted with ethanol, 60% by volume) to tablets (root extracted with isopropyl alcohol, 40% by volume), complicating the comparison of research results. Other preparations of black cohosh have been less well studied than Remifemin. Extracts of black cohosh are standardized to 26-deoxyactein content (erroneously reported in the scientific literature as 27-deoxyactein ), a member of a group of chemicals known as saponins. Commercially available preparations of black cohosh usually contain 1 mg of total triterpene saponins (expressed as 26-deoxyactein) in each 20-mg dose of extract.
Black cohosh was used in North American Indian medicine for malaise, gynecological disorders, kidney disorders, malaria, rheumatism, and sore throat . It was also used for colds, cough, constipation, hives, and backache and to induce lactation. In 19th-century America , black cohosh was a home remedy used for rheumatism and fever, as a diuretic, and to bring on menstruation. It was extremely popular among a group of alternative practitioners who called black cohosh "macrotys" and prescribed it for rheumatism, lung conditions, neurological conditions, and conditions that affected women's reproductive organs (including menstrual problems, inflammation of the uterus or ovaries, infertility, threatened miscarriage, and relief of labor pains).
Packing:in 25kg fiber drums.