Blue Cohosh

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When it comes to traditional remedies for amenorrhea, few herbs have been as regularly trusted as blue cohosh. Traditionally used as a part of Ayurvedic medicine, blue cohosh can stimulate menstrual and uterine activity, and also promote blood flow to the pelvic region. The many phytochemicals found in blue cohosh can also eliminate oxidative stress in the body, which can cause chronic conditions like amenorrhea. Blue cohosh has been widely researched and has become more and more popular in parts of the world that don’t commonly practice Ayurvedic medicine.

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