Black Cohosh Root Cut & Sifted
Black Cohosh is a woodland perennial with deeply toothed compound leaves and racemes of pungent cream flowers in the summer. The large, creeping, knotting rootstock, scarred with the remains of old growth, produces a stem up to 9 feet high. The leaves are ternate; the leaflets are ovate or oblong and are irregularly toothed and cut. Small, white, fetid flowers grow in long racemes from May to August.
Botanical Name: Cimicifuga racemosa
Medicinal Part: Root, rhizome
*Safety Guidelines: Should not to be used during pregnancy or while nursing*
Grade: Food Grade, Certificate of Analysis available upon request
*Sold in 1lb Container*