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(1) Millions of people have used black cohosh without problems.
(2) Our study indicates that black cohosh is not a promising remedy to treat their hot flashes.
(3) An indigenous North American plant, black cohosh is proving to be an excellent natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy for women.
(4) Both black cohosh and soy isoflavones have been widely studied for supporting overall well-being during menopause.
(5) Black Cohosh is widely recommended by European doctors for menopause.
(6) Black Cohosh Extract - More than 20 human clinical studies, most conducted in Germany[sentencedict.com], have shown this herbal extract to be safe and effective in treating symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes.
(7) Black cohosh improved blood lipid and bone-specific alkaline phosphatase levels.
(8) Two other trials of a combination of black cohosh and St John's wort also documented symptom reductions with active treatment.
(9) Meno-Life combines clinically researched Black Cohosh with other herbs to provide a natural approach to a woman's management of menopause.
(10) The roots and rhizomes of black cohosh have long been used medicinally by Native Americans.
(11) It's disappointing that we didn't find black cohosh to be an effective remedy.
(12) "Whether or not the black cohosh findings are bad news for women depends on how you look at it[sentencedict .com], " said Newton.
(13) So far, only one product (Menoherb), which contains black cohosh, has received a Traditional Herbal Registration number for menopausal symptoms.
(14) Her OB-GYN gave her static for trying the herbal remedy black cohosh to deal with menopausal hot flashes.
(15) However, the article cautions, evidence suggests a possible association between black cohosh and liver toxicity .
(16) It is the first study to evaluate the cognitive effects of black cohosh.
(17) The frequency and severity of symptoms declined by about 30 percent over 12 months regardless of whether women were taking black cohosh or placebo.
(18) In Australia, America and Europe there are cases of liver failure after using black cohosh for treating menopausal syndrome.
(19) The last three are toxic in large doses, and black cohosh should be avoided if a woman has low blood pressure.
(20) Some women report relief of PMS symptoms with the use of herbs such as black cohosh, ginger, raspberry leaf, dandelion, chasteberry and evening primrose oil.
(21) Any of several plants of the genus Cimicifuga temperate regions and including the black cohosh.
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