chamaelirium luteum


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false unicorn

false unicorn

For Female Hormones. Thick Ribbed stems with unicorn horn shaped cluster of greenish white flowers on top that yellow with age, and thin log pointy leaves. Root contains steroidal saponins which are precursors of estrogen. Used to stimulate reproductive organs in both sexes, but especially helpful to women with uterine issues, infertility, ovulation issues, menopause, headaches and depression. Also used to soothe a delicate stomach.
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Chamaelirium luteum (also known as Helonias dioica, Helonias lutea, Veratrum luteum, false unicorn root) is referred to by Cook in his 1869 The Physiomedical Dispensatory, for menorrhagia with laxity and depression, as well as restoring the menstrual flow, possible allusions to menopausal symptoms.
PLANT AND SOIL NUTRIENT ANALYSIS OF CHAMAELIRIUM LUTEUM AND HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS WILD-CRAFTED FROM A SOUTHERN HIGHLAND RIM HARDWOOD FOREST.
An estimate of the average number of paternal donors per maternal plant in Chamaelirium luteum is 5.
The population biology of Chamaelirium luteum, a dioecious lily.