Blue Cohosh Spagyric Tincture
Blue cohosh seems to work best for women whose menstrual cramps are most painful on the first day of their periods. You may use blue cohosh to relieve menstrual cramps and to treat a weak, worn-out, or sluggish-acting uterine muscle -- indicated by no cramps or weak cramps, but prolonged bleeding; weak pelvic, abdominal, and thigh muscles; and an aching, dragging sensation during the menstrual period. Blue cohosh also may be useful in cases of breast tenderness and abdominal pain caused by fluid retention.
Because blue cohosh is thought to suppress muscle spasms, it's often used in alternative medicine to soothe cramps, such as menstrual cramps and stomach cramps. Proponents also suggest blue cohosh can help treat the following health issues:
- Joint disorders (including rheumatoid arthritis)
- Menstrual pain
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Sore throat
Additionally, blue cohosh is said to promote menstrual flow, stimulate circulation, increase the flow of urine, and act as a laxative.
Since blue cohosh is thought to increase muscle tone in the uterus, it's also used in folk medicine as a childbirth aid.
So far, there's very limited scientific support for the purported health benefits of blue cohosh. The available research on the herb's health effects includes a 2012 study from Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, which found that certain compounds in blue cohosh may reduce inflammation.
Blue cohosh may cause a number of adverse effects, including:
- Chest pain
- Elevated blood sugar levels
- High blood pressure
In addition, blue cohosh may aggravate many health problems, including angina, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Since certain compounds found in blue cohosh may have estrogen-like effects, it may be harmful to people with hormone-sensitive conditions (such as hormone-dependent cancers, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids).
Customers Can Choose Between 1mL and 4mL Bottles. The bottles are amber glass and have an orifice reducer in the bottle that creates a built-in dropper. The black cap screws on over the top of that, creating an air-tight seal.
To remove the product from the bottle, unscrew the black cap, turn the product upside down, and use a finger to tap the bottle once for each desired drop to be released. When the bottle is upside down, product will only be released if it is tapped. So the number of taps will equal the number of drops.
1mL Bottle contains roughly 20 drops.
4mL Bottle contains rougly 80-90 drops.
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