Black cohosh, a member of the buttercup family, is a plant native to North America. It was used in Native American medicine and was a home remedy in 19th-century America.
Botanical.com: Black Cohosh
Displays the history, cultivation and medical uses.
Loyola Medicine: Black Cohosh
Covers indications, warnings and the side effects associated with this herb.
Mayo Clinic: Black Cohosh
Offers comprehensive information including evidence, dosing, and selected references.
NC State University
Research covering the uses, treatments, and cultivation practices.
NCCIH - Black Cohosh
Displays an introduction as well as the side effects involved with this herb.
Plants for a Future - Black Cohosh
Presents edible uses of this herb together with the physical characteristics. Pictures of the herb are also available.
University of Maryland Medical Center
Provides an overview of the plant alongside its medicinal uses and indications. Includes side effects and supporting research.
Wikipedia: Black Cohosh
Presents information including the herb's cultivation, side effects and uses.
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