Black Cohosh in Natural Breast Enhancement Remedy
Black Cohosh Quick Facts
Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) grows wild in eastern North America. This herb grows to about 2 m high, with small white flowers in a slender spike. Black cohosh is now grown in large areas of Europe.
Indians used the root and rhizome of the herb for snakebite and childbirth. In the 1800s, used this herb for the treatment of rheumatological diseases.
- Treatment Rheumatism
- Good against muscular and neurological pain
- Helps when coughing, whooping cough
- Helps to prevent asthma
- Very good for various menstrual disorders
- Very good in postmenopausal symptoms
- Good for high blood pressure
- Assists in tinnitus
- Helps in chicken pox, measles and scarlet fever
- Raises low estrogen values
How is it related to natural breast enhancement?
Since it is believed to help with postmenopausal symptoms, and raise low estrogen values, it is supposedly able to have breast-enlarging properties. However, according to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, it is said that Black Cohosh may have negative effects on liver when taken in a larger amount. It is rarely established that the herb has adverse effect in most people. See the full report by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, click here.
If you notice abdominal pain, dark urine, and jaundice from taking Black Cohosh, discontinue the use immediately.
So How Much is Too Much?
It is a bit tricky to pinpoint what is too much as the needed dosage varies from person to person. Generally, you do not want to exceed 80 milligrams per day. More importantly, you do not want to take the herb with alcohol.
What Breast Enlargement Products on the Market Have Black Cohosh as An Ingredient?
There are many health stores both online and offline who sell pure form or extract of Black Cohosh. If you wish to buy the herbal extract, look for the ones without alcohol.
The commercialized breast enhancement systems with Black Cohosh as one of the active ingredients are Total Curve and Clevastin.