Aqua, Ethanol, Cimicifuga racemosa. (Extraction ratio 1:3, alcohol volume 45%)
BLACK COHOSH TINCTURE
BLACK COHOSH TINCTURE
What are the benefits of Black Cohosh Tincture?
Historically, Black cohosh (also known as Actaea racemosa) was used to treat body pain, menstrual irregularities and fevers. The flowers and leaves were also often used as insect repellants.
Today, the Black cohosh herb is used mostly for supporting women going through the menopause transition and the accompanying symptoms. Typically the root is the most common part used in herbal medicine in modern times. The Wellness Practitioner Black Cohosh Tincture is best taken at the same time on a daily basis for short periods of time.
What is Black Cohosh?
Black cohosh is a herb that is part of the buttercup family and is native to North America. This herb is dark brown and knobbly, with the root being used as medicine. Black cohosh is also not to be confused with Blue or White cohosh - these are totally unrelated plants.
Why does this Black Cohosh Tincture contain alcohol?
Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects.
All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently.
Who could benefit from taking this Black Cohosh Tincture?
Females looking for gentle support of symptoms such as hot flashes and/or mood swings relating to the menopause transition also known as perimenopause. This information on the herbal remedy Black Cohosh is based on traditional use only.
15 to 30 drops in little water, up to 3 times a day, or as directed by health practitioner.
Do not exceed stated recommended dose. A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Please seek medical advice if pregnant or lactating. Store in a cool place, out of reach and sight of children.
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