Botanical name: Chamaelirium luteum
Actions: Anthelmintic (vermifuge), cellular proliferant, diuretic, emetic (high doses), emmenagogue, oxytocic, sialagogue (fresh), stimulating, tonic, uterine tonic
Parts used : Dried rhizome and roots
False unicorn is native to Mississippi and continues to grow primarily in the southern part of the United States. The roots of false unicorn are most commonly used in herbal medicine.
Medical uses and benefits of False Unicorn
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