Black cohosh grows naturally in eastern North America is a perennial plant and reaches 3 to 8 ft. The flowers emanate a strong odor and effectively repel insects. Black cohosh is scientifically known as: Cimicifuga Racemosa and Ranunculaceae. Black cohosh is commonly known as: richweed, rattlesnake’s root and rattle-weed.
Black cohosh is a hypnotic aid, a powerful cardiac stimulant, considered to be an effective treatment for high blood pressure, an effective treatment for menopausal symptoms, contains astringent properties, and has been suggested as an effective anti-inflammatory remedy.