yuk's blog: black cohosh

Posted on Aug 1, 2016 11:45 PM

The dried rhizome and roots of Cimicifuga racemosa L. (fam. Ranunculaceae), is sometimes referred to as black snake root or cimicifuga. black cohosh contain the isoflavone, formononetin, which the basis of the esterogenic. This herbs converted in vivo by the gastrointestinal microbial flora to compounds that bind to the estrogen receptor, first to daidzein and then to the more active compound, isoflavan, equol.
read more about benefits of black cohosh at http://herbstrove.blogspot.my/...
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