A Non-Synthetic Option for Menopausal Support**
Today, fewer than 1 in 3 women choose standard therapies for menopause support. Many gynecologists are now recommending alternative options that address menopausal symptoms of hot flashes, mood concerns and night sweats.
One of the leading herbs for women’s health, Black Cohosh is among the most popular non-synthetic options for menopausal support.**
Just How Promising is Black Cohosh for Menopause?
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) at the National Institutes of Health is now funding research studies on how black cohosh might help with menopausal symptoms like hot flashes.
Our Black Cohosh brings you a pure and effective option for menopause support.**
Legendary Help for Womanly Wellness**
Black Cohosh has been a prized women’s health herb for centuries, and was notably used by Native American folk healers for menstrual concerns.**
How Does Black Cohosh Extract Work?
Black Cohosh has a positive influence on the natural changes that occur before, during and after the menopausal years.** Black Cohosh helps with hot flashes, night sweats, occasional sleeplessness, day-to-day anxiety and the mild mood changes associated with menopause.** It is considered an herbal solution to a natural stage of life.**
Nature’s Origin Black Cohosh is a pure-and-potent extract – standardized to supply active botanicals for superior menopause support.**
Why Take Nature’s Origin Refined Harvest Black Cohosh Extract?
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) is now sponsoring research on menopausal support herbs that are carefully-studied and well-standardized. Our non-GMO Black Cohosh extract is standardized to supply at least 2.5% Triterpene Glycosides. We present this earth born nutrition in rapid release softgels to provide a quick release of nutrients.
Menopause by the Numbers
- 17 million American women are in peri- to post-menopause
- 50% of American women will be post-menopausal by 2015
- Up to 33% of menopausal women get moderate-to-severe symptoms
- Almost half of gynecologists surveyed consider the use of alternative menopause modalities