Black Cohosh Spagyric
Black Cohosh Spagyric hails from North America, and was introduced to Western herbalism by the Native North American tribes who have been using it for centuries. It is a powerful relaxant and helps to normalise the female reproductive system.
It is used for painful and delayed menstruation, and cramping. It also has a balancing action on female sex hormones and can be used to normalise hormonal activity. It is used to facilitate childbirth to aid contractions while easing tension.
Specifications for Black Cohosh Spagyric
|Botanical Name||Actaea racemosa|
|Other Names||Black Snakeroot, Bugbane|
|Ingredients||Spagyric of Jiaogulan.
Contains alcohol: Triple filtered spirit for extraction and preservation.
|Spagyric difference||Alchemical and advanced laboratory processes that maintain the integrity of the essential oils, tincture mineral salts, as well as the vital essence. This creates a unique substance that includes the physical and enhanced healing benefits of the plant.|
|Produced||In Australia by a qualified alchemist, using local and imported ingredients.|
|Extraction||Specific technique in accordance with Paracelcus and the hermetic philosophy, which includes slow cold extractions, long maceration, burning, astrological and energetic alignment.|
|Organic Status||Australian Certified Organic before repackaging, or wild harvested where possible.|
|Minimum Suggested Use||(Each bottle contains one months supply if taken at the adult suggested quantity)
Age 0-3 = 1 drop
Age 3-5 = 2 drops
Age 5-8 = 3 drops
Age 8-12 = 4 drops
Adults 5 drops
Can be taken up to 3 times a day. Some formulas indicate up to 10 drops once per day (indicated on the label)
|Precautions||Do not take when pregnant or breast feeding. Black cohosh contains small amounts of salicylic acid, so people with allergies to aspirin or salicylates should avoid black cohosh. Avoid black cohosh if you have breast cancer, especially if you are receiving treatment for breast cancer (eg docetaxel, doxorubicin, cisplatin), as it interferes with the medication.
Herbs rich in saponins like black cohosh can cause gastrointestinal upset or reflux in sensitive people.