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.
women take beth root for heavy and painful menstrual periods. Beth root is also used for reducing swelling and for breaking up chest congestion.
Some people apply beth root directly to the skin for varicose veins, ulcers, bruises, and bleeding hemorrhoids.
$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.