|Type:||Black Cohosh Extract||Form:||Powder||Part:||Shell|
|Extraction Type:||Liquid-Solid Extraction||Packaging:||Drum,Plastic Container||Place of Origin:||Shaanxi China (Mainland)|
|Grade:||MPG USP GRADE||Brand Name:||sciphar||Model Number:||sciphar011|
|Product name:||Black Cohosh Extract||Character:||Dark Brown Extract||MOQ:||25KG|
|Deliver:||Air by DHL|
|Packaging Detail:||Two-double aluminum foil plastic bags in 1 kg, or 5kg.25kg in|
|Delivery Detail:||In three days upon the receipt of the payment|
Black Cohosh Extract is an herb traditionally used in Chinese medicine
Black Cohosh is an herb native to the Eastern United States. It can be used to remedy many ailments, especially those related to women's health. Native Americans even used Black Cohosh for snakebites. In the 1800's, physicians discovered the medicinal value of Black Cohosh and started including it in various remedies for fevers and arthritis. Black Cohosh is used in Europe as a remedy for menstrual cramps, and also for relief of menopausal symptoms. Black Cohosh is valuable for many different health problems.
Black cohosh, otherwise known as cimicifuga racemosa, is a plant from the buttercup family that grows in the woodlands of Ontario, Georgia, Arkansas and Wisconsin. This herb is then used for different purposes, but is best known for its use as an herbal supplement to decrease the side effects of menopause. This should not be confused with blue cohosh, which has different properties, treatments, and side effects.
Often times black cohosh and blue cohosh will be used in conjunction to induce labor, but they are very different compounds. It is still not completely understood how black cohosh works its magic, so to speak. Further, it is not yet been determined in the United States that it truly does relieve these symptoms, as clinical studies have not proven this conclusively to date. Regardless, this is still a widely regarded herbal supplement that is recommended by many physicians as well as many users who hail its benefits.
The main “claim to fame” of black cohosh relates to the relief of menopausal symptoms. This herb is said to relieve night sweats, lessen frequency of hot flashes, lessen the intensity of hot flashes, reduce headaches and slow mood swings, among other things. However, the scientific evidence is still lacking to prove this claim