Black Cohosh - (Cimicifuga racemosa)

This perennial herb, also known as Snakeroot, has creamy-white flowers which can reach an height of eight feet when it flowers, in late spring to early summer.
Black Cohosh was used by the Native Americans to reduce the pain of female problems and also applied to snake bites.
Plant in rich, fertile and well-drained soil in partial shade. Harvest the roots in autumn.

Magically black cohosh is used for fertility, love and protection.

Parts used: Rhizome, dried root.

Black Cohosh is a potential abortifactant and should be avoided, especially during the first trimester of pregnancy. Don't use if you are nursing or if you have heart problems.

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