Black Snake Root, (Black Cohosh), Fluid Extract, 2 oz
• Edgar Cayce Product
• Digestive Aid
• Herbal Remedy for Hot Flashes
About the Plant:
to Canada and the United States, this herb grows as far south as Florida. It grows
to a height of 8 feet with deeply serrated leaves and is topped by cream-white
spiked flowers. The herb is harvested in the fall after the fruits have ripened.
The plant's roots and rhizome should be cut lengthwise and dried.
Black snake root is used to ease the pain of childbirth and menstrual cramps,
and because it was used by the Indians, received the name Squaw Root. It relaxes
the female reproductive system and is used to relieve hot flashes during menopause.
Black snake root is also used for the relief of rheumatic pains, neuritis, rheumatoid
and osteoarthritis. In small doses, it improves digestion and appetite, while
larger doses augment the secretions of the intestines, kidneys, skin, and mucous membranes.
Edgar Cayce Health Care Philosophy:
Edgar Cayce recommended black snake root as a digestive aid working especially
with the stomach, liver and lacteal ducts. Black snake root was mentioned in approximately
51 readings between 1922-1943 with a peak utilization in 1922 and a notable decline
(636-1): Then the essence of the black snake root is
an active principle with the lacteal ducts that make for secretions in the system
that stimulate a capillary circulation ...
(5653-1): ... Black Snake
Root 1/2 ounce - this being as an emit, and as an active force in gastric juices,
in the combination with the others.
1/2-1ml in a small
amount of water three times daily.
size: 1/2-1 ml (approx. 14-28 drops); 60 servings per container.
Snake Root Fluid Extract (1:1)
Water, Vegetable Glycerin, 12-15% Alcohol.
If you are taking a birth control pill, are pregnant or lactating
or are considering becoming pregnant, seek the advice of your physician prior
to using this product. Keep out of reach of children.