Black Cohosh Extract- A Women’s Best Friend?
04/22/2009

“Women suffer from manyhealth problems, especially during menopause. We provide the medicinal extract, black cohosh extract, to help alleviate problems associated with menopause”, according to Holly Filer at Black Cohosh Extract, Inc.

Online PR News – 22-April-2009 – – Brandon, April 20, 2009 — “Women experience a lot of pain and suffering during menopause and there were not many natural alternatives available until recently. Black Cohosh extract is a natural extract that provides relief to women from menopausal problems.”

Black Cohosh is a medicinal herb native to the woodlands of Ontario, Georgia, Arkansas and Wisconsin. This root is seen mainly in North America; black cohosh was initially identified for its helpful effects by the Native Americans. The natives used this herb assist with snakebites. This herb, though used at that time period, for different purposes, is best known for its use in alleviating the problems and side effects that accompany menopause. Even though no one knows how this herb works exactly, it is still widely used and considered as an effective herbal medicine and is recommended by many health practitioners.

Black Cohosh is widely used for lessening symptoms of menopause: hot flashes, night sweats, and depression. This herb is believed to provide relief from night sweats, lessen frequency of hot flashes, lessen the intensity of hot flashes, and reduce headaches while slowing down mood swings. The antispasmodic property of black cohosh helps in reducing the cramps that often accompany a woman’s menstrual cycle.

There are a lot of studies conducted and analysis done to find out what is the recommended dosage of intake of this natural extract to avail its benefits without any side effects. Most of them show that the best recommended daily allowance of this extract to contain 1 mg of terpene glycosides per 20 mg tablet. The brand name is Remifemin and must be taken twice a day, for a period of 4 to 8 weeks. It can also be taken in the form of dry powder, dosage varying from 40 to 200 mg. Also, the bottom-line is, this supplement must not be consumed for a period more than 6 months as the studies are still inconclusive and short term.

Though there have been a lot of studies surrounding the usage of this extract, it is always best to check with your doctor first. For more info, visit http://www.blackcohoshextract.com

Company Name – Black Cohosh Extract, Inc.

Full Contact Details:
1339 Hatcher Loop Drive,
Brandon Fl 33511,
Tell: 7276743572,
Email: info@blackcohoshextract.com
Website: http://www.blackcohoshextract.com