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Black Cohash and Weight Loss

Hormone fluctuations in menopause and serious PMS can interfere with weight loss. As a personal trainer, I've heard several stories where customers attacked the fridge during PMS, only to regret it the next day. For women, certain times can make or break weight loss goals. The solution may be in natural ingredients called 'black cohash'. This herb has been known for centuries as a powerful natural remedy. The words 'black' comes from the color of roots, and 'cohosh' means 'rough'. Roots contain a variety of rich and powerful natural chemicals, some of which are effective as the most modern pharmaceuticals.

So what is he doing? What makes it so effective for women who are trying to lose weight? There are several ways herbs help women deal with the symptoms of hormonal changes. Black cohash is especially beneficial for women as it is known to reduce symptoms of menopause, especially hot flashes. Some claim it helps ease menstrual pain and other problems, such as premenstrual syndrome.

These beneficial effects allow users to focus on weight loss, and minimize the tendency to cheat or lose track. Users are more relaxed, mentally and pain-free. Herbs have been shown to be very effective in helping weight loss indirectly, in some women. The effects will vary from one person to another, but they tend to be more prominent in women with marked hormone changes.

It works to reduce inflammation and muscle pain. Because it helps relieve muscle cramps, it can reduce menstrual cramps by increasing blood flow to the uterus and reducing the intensity of uterine contraction. In theory, increasing blood flow to various muscles in the body can increase the absorption of oxygen to the muscles. Because fat burns in the presence of oxygen, it may increase blood flow causing more fat burning. This makes it useful during labor and after childbirth. It has also been proven to be a mild sedative. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is useful in treating nerve-related pain such as sciatica or neuralgia. Generally available in capsule / tablet form, it is also distributed as dried herbs and tea.

There are a few things to keep in mind when considering this herb. It can interfere with hormone medications (birth control pills or estrogen). Therefore, it cannot be combined with hormone drugs. Please consult your doctor before you consider it. This means you cannot use black cohosh during pregnancy or breastfeeding. It can cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting, reduced heart rate, heavy sweating, and headaches.

Across the United States, black cohosh is a popular drug for hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and other menopausal symptoms. It can be taken at any time of the day, but it is best consumed with food to minimize the chance of upset stomachs. Many experts recommend a six-month limit on taking black cohosh, although recent studies show that longer use seems safe and free of significant side effects.

In short, black cohash can help with weight loss by helping women cope better with the symptoms usually associated with hormonal changes.



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