Recent Examples of cohosh from the Web
A walk through the woods reveals a trail of thick leaf litter, skirted by stands of blue cohosh, wild geraniums, may apple, and royal, cinnamon and sensitive ferns.
Another herb widely used for menopausal discomforts, including hot flashes, is black cohosh (Cimifiuga racemosa), now available in a commercial product called Remifemin.
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Origin and Etymology of cohosh
First Known Use: 1789See Words from the same year
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