Native Americans used Black Cohosh traditionally to naturally support women’s health. Following the arrival of European settlers in the U.S. who continued the medicinal usage of black cohosh, the plant appeared in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia in 1830 under the name “black snakeroot”. Black cohosh is used today mainly as a supplement for women, for a wide range of health conditions.*
Today, Black Cohosh extracts are being studied for treating symptoms associated with the changing needs to the female body during menopause.*
Native Americans used Black cohosh root to treat specific needs.* Today Black Cohosh is used mainly as a nutritional supplement for women.
More recently, Black Cohosh has been known to grow in a variety of woodland habitats throughout North America.
Did You Know?
Black Cohosh is an extract traditionally used to help naturally support the symptoms of menopause.*
I consider Black Cohosh, in its purest, most authentic and wild-harvested form, to be one of nature’s most powerful natural solutions.