Name: Black Cohosh P. E
Latin Name: Cimicifuga foetida L
Source: The herb black cohosh is native to North America. The roots and rhizomes are widely used in the treatment of menopausal symptoms and menstrual dysfunction. Black cohosh was originally used by Native American peoples in the treatment of many conditions, especially gynecologic disorders. 1 The most widely used and best studied commercial formulation available in the United States is Remifemin, an extract of the rhizome that is produced by a German company. Numerous other brands of black cohosh are available, but not all are standardized extracts.
Used Part: Root
Active Ingredient: Triterpene Glycosides
Specification: 2.5% 5% 8% (HPLC)
Appearance: Yellow brown power, Structure, Cimicifugoside, Cimiracemodide
Function: It was used to treat joint, muscle and nerve pain rheumatism and menopause. And is approved for treatment of premenstrual syndrome and dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation) and for menopausal symptoms.
Shelf Life: 2 years
Storage: Protect from light. Store in cool and dry places.
Cimicifuga romose LNutt.
Triterpenoid Saponins 2.5%,5%,8%
Brown fine powder
Function & Usage:
1. menstrual irregularity,
2.PMS (breast swelling and tenderness, mood swings, for example),
4.promotes breast milk in nursing mothers, boosts fertility.
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100% pass 80 mesh
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