Black Cohosh, formally referred to as Cimicifuga racemosa and commonly known as fairy candle, is ...
Black Cohosh, formally referred to as Cimicifuga racemosa and commonly known as fairy candle, is a species of perennial flowering plant from the buttercup family, native to eastern North America.
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Uses and Benefits:
Nervous System Health
Healthy Joints and Muscles
Black Cohosh is the source of:
Black Cohosh, specifically the rhizome, is used in traditional Chinese and Native American medicine as a dietary supplement to reduce symptoms of various women's ailments.
Black Cohosh contains beneficial components such as aromatic acids, tannins, resins, and fatty acids, and is rich in vitamins A and B5. The rhizome is most commonly used to treat women's health issues, as well as to cope with stress and sleep problems.
Black Cohosh emits an unpleasant smell which repels insects. Juice obtained from the plant can be used instead of conventional insect repellents. That's how Black Cohosh earned its nickname "bugbane."
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