Black Cohosh

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Osteoporosis in women is closely associated with hormonal imbalances, and this condition also affects women more notable than men. Black cohosh has certain active ingredients, called phytoestrogens, that can help balance the hormonal levels in the body and reduce the likelihood of developing osteoporosis. Black cohosh isn’t the most common herb in a spice rack, but it should be readily available in most health food stores. The root of this herb, both fresh and dried, is the active part of the plant that should be used for this remedy. Protection Status
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