Beth Root 100 Count 00 Capsules 800mg
Common Names: Birthroot, Coughroot, Ground Lily, Jew's Harp Plant, Indian Balm, Indian Shamrock, Lamb's Quarters, Lirio Americano, Milk Ipecac, Pariswort, Rattlesnake Root, Snakebite, Stinking Benjamin, Three-Leafed Nightshade, Trillium Erectum, Wake Robin
Scientific Name: Trillium Erectum
Common Uses: Heavy menstruation and cramps, Swelling, Breaking up chest congestion. APPLIED TO THE SKIN: Varicose veins, Ulcers, Bruises, Bleeding hemorrhoids.
*Warnings: Beth root might be UNSAFE to take by mouth. It can cause irritation of the stomach and intestines, and vomiting. There isn't enough information to know if beth root is safe to apply to the skin. There have been some reports of skin irritation. Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It's UNSAFE to use beth root during pregnancy. It might start menstruation or cause the uterus to contract. These effects could cause a miscarriage. Heart conditions: Beth root contains a chemical that might make heart conditions worse. Don't use beth root if you have heart problems.
Origin: Middle and Western portions of the United States, and has long seen use there by the Native American peoples of those regions.