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This plant was first discovered and used by Native American tribes. Its edible root is powdered to be used for steeping as an herbal tea.

This plant hails from North America, common to woodlands ranging from Canada to the southern United States. It is a short, leafy shrub with a long stalk featuring feathery white flower bunches. Its appearance has earned it a number of fanciful nicknames, such as rattle top and fairy candle. Other names include black snake root or squaw root. Native American tribes were first to use black cohosh after discovering that its root was edible. Today, the root is harvested and ground into a fine powder, which is then steeped into an herbal tea.

Not content with being a quality natural tea, black cohosh also offers a natural source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. When you enjoy a cup of black cohosh tea, you receive minerals like manganese, selenium, chromium, iron, silicon and zinc, along with vitamin C, niacin, thiamin and riboflavin. Enjoy the many good offerings black cohosh tea can provide in every sip!

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