Cimicifuga racemosa

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Cimicifuga racemosa

Herbal medicine
Popularly, black cohosh, see there.
 
Homeopathy
Cimic, see there.

Cimicifuga racemosa

(sĭ-mĭ-sĭf′ū-gă ră-sĕ-mō-să) [NL., clustering bug-repellent]
The scientific name for black cohosh.

Cimicifuga racemosa,

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Clinical intervention studies with black cohosh for treatment of acute menopausal symptoms Study Subjects Intervention Daiber (24) 36 German women with Uncontrolled trial, climacteric symptoms, 45-62 parallel: Remifemin twice/ years day Vorberg (25) 50 German women with Uncontrolled trial, climacteric symptoms, 45-60 parallel: Remifemin 40 years drops twice/day (liquid extract).
We hypothesize that the reason for the high level of support among healthcare providers was because Remifemin black cohosh extract is the most widely researched non-pharmaceutical therapy for reducing menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings and occasional irritability.
The thirteen plant extracts and the Remifemin [TM] and CimiPure [R] extracts were analyzed by HPLC using a method described previously (Struck et al.
As the world's leading black cohosh product, Remifemin has been shown effective in numerous clinical trials, including a larger and longer trial just published.
The breast protective effect was similar for a specific black cohosh preparation, Remifemin, with an odds ratio of 0.
In addition to examining the product's lack of estrogenic effect, the study compared the effectiveness and safety of two dosage forms of RemiFemin Menopause.
In the study, 6141 women at 1287 outpatient gynecology offices were treated with recommended doses of black cohosh isopropanol extract, Remifemin (one cap b.
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While its mechanism of action is unclear, Remifemin black cohosh is one of the few products that seems to relieve hot flashes.
The Remifemin formulation has been studied, and we don't know of any other formulations that have undergone the same degree of scientific scrutiny," said Pamela Boggs, who is a spokeswoman for the North American Menopause Society.
A recent study found that Remifemin black cohosh extract reduced menopausal symptoms by 70 percent in 12 weeks, including hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, irritability, and related occasional sleeplessness.