Black Cohosh Dried Herb
Avoid During Pregnancy
Herbs taken in therapeutic dosages should be checked for safety and use during pregnancy and breast feeding in consultation with a qualified herbal practitioner. This herb should not be used internally during pregnancy unless prescribed by a qualified medical herbalist trained in the appropriate use of these substances.
Black Cohosh may rarely cause liver problems. If you become unwell (yellowing eyes/skin, nausea, vomiting, dark urine, abdominal pain, unusual tiredness) stop taking immediately and seek medical advice. Not suitable for patients with a previous history of liver disease.
Neal’s Yard Remedies is committed to looking after the environment so we will dispatch your herb order in bulk to reduce the amount of packaging needed.
How to use:
As a general guide use one to two teaspoonfuls of dried herb or mixture of herbs to a cupful of water. Place the plant material in a saucepan, pour on the water, cover with a lid and simmer for ten to fifteen minutes before straining.
For further information and recommended dosage please consult a qualified practitioner.