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Slide 1: ==== ==== Do you want the best Menopause relief available? Get Black Cohosh now at www.Remifemin.org and eliminate HOT Flashes Instantly! http://www.remifemin.org/black_cohosh_benefits.html ==== ==== Black Cohosh Cimicifuga racemosa Ranunculaceae (buttercup family) In the insect world, the Cimicidae are a small family of blood-sucking bugs, including bedbugs. Cimicifuga, the Latin genus name for the stately giant black cohosh, suggests putting these bugs to flight. The species name, racemosa - literally, "growing in racemes" - describes flowers opening along a central stalk from the bottom to the top, such as lily-of-the-valley. Cohosh is an old Algonquian word meaning "rough root" or "medicine root," as the large, distinctive roots of cohosh plants of this and related species were highly esteemed for medicinal needs. Black snakeroot, squawroot, and bugbane are some of the regional names for this attractive native perennial herb. Like the bug-chasing scientific name, "bugbane" is accurate, as the strong odor of the crushed leaves does indeed repel insects-but perhaps only certain kinds. Every type of insect pollinator seems to buzz to the tall, stately spires of white flowers, rising like delicate candelabra with a host of tiny fragrant white blossoms. These summer-bloom spires, up to eight feet tall, make black cohosh a stunning choice for the garden. Black cohosh grows in rich woodlands from southern Ontario to Georgia and Tennessee, and westward to Arkansas, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Its large, dark rhizome and roots send up tall, graceful deep green stalks that support three-part, three-lobed, sharply toothed featherlike leaflets. The spires of flowers rise high above the leaves from June until September. Traditional uses: Indian tribes in the North-east used four different species of cohosh herbs. Along with black, there are also blue, red, and white cohosh perennial plants. Each is toxic, even poisonous, yet native herbalists knew how to use them successfully to relieve numerous health problems. The large, dark roots of black cohosh have served for centuries to treat a wide variety of human needs. This herb was a staple of Native American gynecological treatments. Root decoctions were a primary aid to ease childbirth, relieve menstrual cramps, and treat nervous disorders and rheumatism. Pounded, boiled, and poulticed on snakebite, the roots served as an antiseptic. Modern uses: Continuing research has verified the anti-inflammatory, sedative, estrogenic, and hypoglycemic
Slide 2: properties of black cohosh. Not soluble in water, its roots are best tinctured in alcohol. The plant's sedative properties make it valuable for treating conditions ranging from high blood pressure and asthma to whooping cough and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Today this valued herb is highly regarded as a treatment for symptoms of menopause, especially depression, hot flashes, and debility. It has long been a treatment for menstrual pain. Contemporary research proves that it is also effective, in combination with St. John's wort, in relieving hot flashes and other related problems where progesterone production in the female body is too high. Its estrogenic properties can reduce levels of pituitary hormones, thus decreasing the ovaries' production of progesterone. There are numerous black cohosh preparations on the market. Several related Asian species of cohosh, such as C. dahurica and C. foetida, are used in Chinese medicine as sheng ma. This medicine works to relieve toxicity treat asthma, headaches, measles, and to "clear heat." The rhizomes and roots are dug in late fall for maximum medicinal potency. Cautions: In large doses black cohosh can be poisonous. Growth needs and propagation: Black cohosh will thrive in rich, moist, humus-enriched earth that is well drained. It loves both sun and shade. Because it is unusually tall, it provides an appealing background for other garden plants and can take over a large area. This herb can be propagated from seeds or root division. Seeds should be planted outdoors as soon as they are ripe, after the first frost. Divide roots in early fall or spring and dig them in to their new location. Companions: Besides black cohosh, there are blue, red, and white cohosh species. The four cohoshes make interesting companions in a shade garden. It also grows well with yarrow, maidenhair fern, American ginger, and ginseng. Where can I buy Black Cohosh? ZooScape.com has a wide selection of Black Cohosh capsules, powder, tea, creams and salves of the highest potency that will maximize Black Cohosh effects. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Cary_Heather
Slide 3: ==== ==== Do you want the best Menopause relief available? Get Black Cohosh now at www.Remifemin.org and eliminate HOT Flashes Instantly! http://www.remifemin.org/black_cohosh_benefits.html ==== ====

   
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