Black Coshosh (Triterpenes extracted for use in Bust Bunny) is a spring and summertime flower which grows around 25-60cm tall. The flowers are petalless and have a sweet smell which attracts all sorts of insect attention—leading to high pollination and seeding.
It was first given human attention by the Native Americans who used it to treat anything from sore throats to gynecological complaints.
Black Cohosh is widely cultivated today for its remarkable effectiveness in treating menopausal symptoms.
Where Is Black Cohosh Found?
Black Cohosh is natively found in Eastern North America, most populous in throughout Southern Ontario all the way down to central Georgia.