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Acclimate to the most well known symptom in menopause.
- Although the studies are mixed, black cohosh is one of the most commonly used non hormonal treatments for hot flashes and night sweats. For women who want to avoid the use of hormone therapy, this botanical can be a wonderful support for those hot spells.
- Hot flashes can occur during the day or night, making them night sweats! Women who respond well to black cohosh report improvements in both the daytime and nighttime hot flashes. A 2010 review by researchers found that black cohosh provided a 26% reduction in hot flashes and night sweats (also known as vasomotor symptoms).
Jessica Gingrich, Gennev Coach and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, says:
For those clients with hot flashes and night sweats that just won't quit, we often add in a black cohosh supplement. This herbal addition helps take the edge off those temperature changes, allowing women to feel like hot flashes are more manageable and night sweats are less disruptive.
|% Daily Value
|Black cohosh (cimicfuga racemosa) root
Black Cohosh (cimicfuga racemosa) root and rhizome extract (standardized to contain 2.5% total triterpene glycosides, 1mg) | 40 mg
Other ingredients: Rice flour, Capsule (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, purified water)
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Technical InformationServing size: 1 capsule*
Servings per container: 90
Each serving size (1 capsule) contains: Black cohosh (cimicfuga racemosa) root 185 mg, black cohosh (cimicfuga racemosa) root and rhinzome extract (standardized to contact 2.5% total triterpene glycosides, 1 mg). Other ingredients: Rice flour, capsule (Hydroxpropyl Methylcellulose, purified water).
Black cohosh’s results can be mixed
As with every supplement, results tend to be a mixed bag. What works brilliantly for one woman is less effective for another. Black cohosh has been considered effective for treating menopausal symptoms in the US for over fifty years, but clinical results vary. Scientists don’t know exactly which compounds in black cohosh treat menopause symptoms; it could be triterpene glycosides, resins, or aromatic acid derivatives. Because of this inconsistency, different products vary, and studies find varying results as to the root’s effectiveness. Read more.
Black cohosh is a popular herb for hot flashes in the EU
The European Union’s Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products supports the use of black cohosh to treat hot flashes based on 20 clinical studies involving more than 6,000 patients and “well-established use” in Europe.
Black cohosh can help reduce night sweats
More recently, studies have linked black cohosh to reduced sleep disturbance among menopausal women. Read more.
Black cohosh can help improve symptoms of PCOS
It has been used to regulate menstrual cycles to support fertility and may have positive impacts on Polycystic Ovarian syndrome. Read more.
Black cohosh has been used since the First People
Black Cohosh (Actaea racemosa) is a member of the buttercup family native to the eastern part of North America. You might know black cohosh by its old Latin name (Cimicifuga racemosa) or one of its many old-timey names: snakeroot, black bugbane, rattleweed, macrotys, and rheumatism weed.
Black cohosh can improve quality of life with better sleep
A study published in 2018 in the Journal of Education and Health Promotion showed that black cohosh decreased the number of hot flashes and improved quality of life scores. Read more.
I've been taking Black Cohosh for about 4 weeks and it does seem to help with the frequency and duration of hot flashes. They still occur but not as often and they don't seem to last as long. I have also been receiving compliments on how nice my hair looks. Since I haven't changed anything around my hair care/routine, perhaps Black Cohosh is why?
It has not helped at all yet. I'm giving it a month.
I started taking a variety of gennev products 3 years ago to help with horrible hot flashes and night sweats. I stopped a few times in between orders since the hot flashes went away. But within a few weeks to a month, they slowly came back (along with the intensity). I stated taking Acclimate, along with their Magnesium, vitamin d and fish oil and within 3 weeks the hot flashes and night sweats are gone.
Magic in a few bottles!!!
Acclimate: Black Cohosh For Hot Flashes
I have only been taking Black Cohosh for just over a week. Might need more time to see if my hot flashes subside.
Not feeling any relief from this product, maybe it needs more time.
Gone in a flash! LOL
My gynecologist oncologist recommended I try Black Cohosh after a complete hysterectomy. I was hoping it would stop my hot flashes. It did help them, but the greatest benefit for me was much decreased anxiety. I love it!