Sun Pure Black Cohosh 540 Mg 120 Capsules




A single capsule serving of Sun Pure Black Cohosh Dietary Supplement contains 540 mg of black cohosh. You can take the capsule with a glass of water or open it and use the powder inside to prepare a soothing tea.


Black cohosh is the common name for Cimicifuga racemose, a perennial plant that is native to North America. The Native Americans were the first to use black cohosh as a natural remedy for menopause symptom relief. The herb has been used as a complementary remedy in Europe for many years.

Black Cohosh is a perennial plant that is native to North America. Black cohosh root has been used for centuries as an all-natural menopause symptom relief solution.


Menopausal symptoms arise due to sharp drops in estrogen levels. The natural complexes called phytoestrogens found in the black cohosh herb mimic the actions of natural estrogen in a woman's body. As a result, black cohosh extract has the potential to increase estrogen levels and provide relief from symptoms like hot flashes, irritability and mood swings. It helps to promote overall women’s health and well-being.


Estrogen levels play a role in the sleep-wake cycle of both men and women, and hormonal imbalances may lead to problems with sleep. By mimicking the actions of estrogen, black cohosh may address these problems and promote relaxation resulting in more restful sleep. People may prefer black cohosh over prescription and over-the-counter sleep aids that can be habit-forming.


Estrogen is the primary sex hormone in a woman's body. Estrogen helps to control the menstrual cycle and plays a number of other functions in the body. The compounds in black cohosh that work similarly to estrogen can supplement natural estrogen in the body, leading to an improved hormonal balance. As a result, it is recommended to women suffering from premenstrual syndrome and other conditions related to estrogen imbalance.*

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