Also known as 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, Trille Dressé, Trille Rouge, Trillium erectum, Wake Robin.
$4.00 per ounce
History: Bethroot is an early spring flower native to North America. Although it is a pretty flower, its stench resembles that of a decaying body. Traditionally, Bethroot was used to stop hemorrhaging and to aid in childbirth. Native Americans used Bethroot for bruises, insect bites, and skin irritations.