Thirty-six images of Black cohosh leaves and plant in habitat, Actaea racemosa, Cimicifuga racemosa. Black cohosh, a member of the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae), is found in rich woods of the North American eastern deciduous forest. Black cohosh root was an important folk medicine for menstrual irregularities and as an aid in childbirth. Adopted in medical practice it had a great reputation as an anti-inflammatory for arthritis and rheumatism; for normalizing suppressed or painful menses; and for relieving pain after childbirth. Black cohosh has been widely used for over 60 years in the prevention and treatment of menopausal symptoms. Efficacy and safety are confirmed by this long-term clinical experience; as well as recent controlled clinical studies.
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