Cyclone Cup 20oz Shaker Bottle - Blue

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Efficient Cyclone mixing technology to shake up the toughest ingredients. Removable 6 oz dry storage capsule for easy store-and-go. Holds up to 20 oz of liquid in a leak-proof compartment with easy to read ounce and millimeter markings. 100% BPA/DEHP-FREE, made from non-toxic materials.

Cyclone Cup is fully recyclable and environmentally friendly. Secure-Lock Cap & Screw-Tight Lid ensures no leaking or drips.

Top-shelf dishwasher safe. Fits in most cup holders - from in the car, to at the gym. Easy clean design that won't stink-up overtime.

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Blue Cohosh

Blue Cohosh
This nutrient has been used in connection with the following health goals
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:

Dysmenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Blue cohosh has been used traditionally for easing painful menstrual periods. Women of childbearing age using this herb should stop using it as soon as they become pregnant. (more)
Amenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Traditional practitioners consider blue cohosh to be a uterine tonic and an agent that stimulates menstrual blood flow, and it is used as a remedy for lack of menstruation. (more)
Dysmenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Blue cohosh has been used traditionally for easing painful menstrual periods. Women of childbearing age using this herb should stop using it as soon as they become pregnant. (more)
Amenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Traditional practitioners consider blue cohosh to be a uterine tonic and an agent that stimulates menstrual blood flow, and it is used as a remedy for lack of menstruation. (more)
Dysmenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions  

Blue cohosh, although unrelated to black cohosh, has also been used traditionally for easing painful menstrual periods. Blue cohosh, which is generally taken as a tincture, should be limited to no more than 1–2 ml taken three times per day. The average single application of the whole herb is 300–1,000 mg. Blue cohosh is generally used in combination with other herbs. Women of childbearing age using this herb should cease using it as soon as they become pregnant—the herb was shown to cause heart problems in an infant born following maternal use of blue cohosh.1

References

1. Jones TK, Lawson BM. Profound neonatal congestive heart failure caused by maternal consumption of blue cohosh herbal medication. J Pediatr 1998;132:550-2.

Amenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions  

Blue cohosh is a traditional remedy for lack of menstruation. It is considered an emmenagogue (agent that stimulates menstrual blood flow) and a uterine tonic. No clinical trials have validated this traditional use.

Dysmenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions  

Blue cohosh, although unrelated to black cohosh, has also been used traditionally for easing painful menstrual periods. Blue cohosh, which is generally taken as a tincture, should be limited to no more than 1–2 ml taken three times per day. The average single application of the whole herb is 300–1,000 mg. Blue cohosh is generally used in combination with other herbs. Women of childbearing age using this herb should cease using it as soon as they become pregnant—the herb was shown to cause heart problems in an infant born following maternal use of blue cohosh.1

References

1. Jones TK, Lawson BM. Profound neonatal congestive heart failure caused by maternal consumption of blue cohosh herbal medication. J Pediatr 1998;132:550-2.

Amenorrhea
Dose: Refer to label instructions  

Blue cohosh is a traditional remedy for lack of menstruation. It is considered an emmenagogue (agent that stimulates menstrual blood flow) and a uterine tonic. No clinical trials have validated this traditional use.

Parts Used & Where Grown

Blue cohosh grows throughout North America. The roots of this flower are used medicinally. Blue cohosh is not related to black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa). However, both herbs are primarily used to treat women’s health problems.

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