A Component for Women’s Health and More
Black cohosh is a perennial herb that is found throughout the Northeastern portion of the United States and portions of Eastern Canada, and grows abundantly in the woods. Some other names that it is known by include bugbane, squawroot, and bugwort. It is characterized by its small, distinctive white flowers, and has become widely recognized in the medical and alternative health communities alike for its effect on women’s health. Black cohosh tea can be ingested as a remedy for a number of different ailments, but has been shown to be particularly effective in combating common issues experienced by women.