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Product Review: Nature's Answer Black Cohosh

I won't sugar coat it behind a bunch of fancy words, but this product was absolute trash.
I don't think I was paying attention while shopping, I'm horrible for reading labels. I've taken the entire bottle in less than two weeks, and have had absolutely NO RESULTS. No side affects what-so-ever. Remember earlier when I told you to be careful with taking Black Cohosh because it can make you loopy? Don't remember? You can find that post here

On my never ending holistic journey to maintaining my PCOS through herbs, I am finding out that QUALITY is much more valuable than QUANTITY. I wasted $13 that could have gone towards a much better quality brand, such as Herb Pharm or Natural Fertility Shop. I will be investing more money in these two quality brands. Check back soon for another Cyster Talk post, and I'll share what products I will purchase.

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