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Black cohosh a perennial herb of Ranunculaceae, also known as black snakeroot and rattlesnake root, is mainly distributed in North America, Europe, and Asia in the world, and mainly distributed in Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangdong and other places in my country. Indians have a long history of using black cohosh as a medicine, using it to treat menstrual pain and relieve menopausal symptoms such as anxiety and sleep disorders.In my country, black cohosh is also used as a traditional Chinese medicinal material with a long history of application,and its use is similar to that in North America.The main active constituents of black cohosh root are terpene glycosides, while the rhizomes also contain other bioactive constituents, including alkaloids, flavonoids, and tannins.Black cohosh can produce estrogen-like effects and regulate endocrine balance, thereby helping to relieve menopausal symptoms such as insomnia, hot flashes,back pain and emotional loss.
Contains substances with estrogen-like effects,which can bind estrogen receptors in animal models,and can significantly reduce luteinizing hormone LH in both humans and animals.Black cohosh extract can improve postpartum depression in women, relieve premenopausal and Symptoms of menopausal syndrome.
Black cohosh extract has inhibitory effect on both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.
Black cohosh extract can significantly inhibit the proliferation of breast cancer cells in rats, and can prevent thymus cancer and prostate cancer.
It has an anti-inflammatory effect on arthritis and rheumatism, especially arthritis caused by menopause, because it contains salicylic acid, which has a slight analgesic effect.
5.Effect on the circulatory system
Black cohosh extract has the effects of lowering blood pressure, inhibiting the myocardium, and slowing down the heart rate, and can treat high blood pressure, tinnitus and dizziness.
6.Other effects Antispasmodic effect
Beneficial for asthmatics and chronic coughs such as whooping cough; it also has a hypoglycemic effect.
Black cohosh extract used for
In Western countries, the application of black cohosh has a history of more than 100 years.Black cohosh has a long history of application, and it is mainly used in the folk to treat arthritis, rheumatic pain, women's dysmenorrhea, childbirth pain and anxiety.
In Germany, the German Commission E (german commission E) has approved black cohosh extract as an over the counter drug (OTC) drug for the treatment of various discomforts caused by premenstrual and perimenopausal autonomic dysfunction.In the United States,black cohosh extract has been included in the "United States Pharmacopoeia", and it is also widely used as a food additive. For example, a well-known brand in the United States has made a black cohosh essence capsule dietary supplement, each containing 40mg of black cohosh extract, mainly for menopausal women, especially ovarian hypofunction, endocrine disorders, and irregular menstruation.There are also black cohosh made into tablets, compounded with soybean lecithin, cellulose, etc., each tablet contains 30mg.In China, it has always been managed as a traditional Chinese medicinal material and cannot be used as an ordinary food raw material.With the good therapeutic effect of black cohosh on perimenopause, as well as the huge market demand and continuous in-depth research, some domestic enterprises are accelerating the development and in-depth research of black cohosh products, and are seeking to incorporate them into food products in the future. Raw material catalog.