Dianne Bjarnson, practicing midwife of 37 years and master herbalist, refers to blue cohosh as a midwife’s “best friend.” Blue cohosh may be taken in early pregnancy to stop premature labor, at the end of pregnancy to help the body prepare for birth, and during labor to make contractions stronger and more effective. Dianne has observed that many women who normally deliver two weeks late have delivered within a week after taking the recommended dosage (1/2 dropper of blue cohosh tincture 3x a day starting on their due date). The tincture works faster and is less nauseating than blue cohosh powder or tea.*
Organic Ingredients: blue cohosh root (Caulophyllum thalictroides), grain alcohol, apple cider vinegar. Other Ingredients: vegetable glycerin and purified water.
Suggested Use: 10-15 or more drops in a small amount of warm water or juice, as needed.*
The Traditional Midwife
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