Wild Spikenard

Wild Spikenard

Latin Name: similacina racemosa
Alternative Name: false spikenard, false solomon’s seal
Forms Available: leaf, root

Wild Spikenard – smilacina racemosa – A contaceptive and haemostatic plant used in past by North American Indians. A tea made from the leaves was a contraceptive and a poultice from the leaves, applied externally, was applied to cuts. The root can be used to regulate the mentrual cycle, relieve rheumatism, and even treat cancer.

Aromatherapy & Health Uses: Contraceptive, menstrual regulating, haemostatic.

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