Beth Root a.k.a Birth Root

Trillium erectum, also known as wake-robin, red trillium, purple trillium, Beth root, or stinking Benjamin is a species of flowering plant native to the east and north-east of North America.



Botanical name: Trillium erectum

Origin: USA

Therapeutic actions: Antiseptic; Aphrodisiac; Astringent; Birthing aid; Expectorant; Poultice; Tonic; Uterine tonic.

Nutrients: Vitamin E.

Drug interactions: No known drug interactions.

Description: Beth root was traditionally used by various native North American Indian tribes as a woman’s herb.

Internal uses: It has been helpful in aiding childbirth, as a treatment for irregular menstrual periods, period pains and excessive vaginal discharge. It has also been used for varicose veins and ulcers. It has proved to be of value in stopping bleeding after parturition.

External uses: It has been used to treat excessive vaginal discharge, ulcers (especially varicose), skin complaints, gangrene, insect bites and stings. It has also been used as a wash for sore nipples.

Suggested dosage: 2-4 grams dissolved in a liquid as an infusion.

Caution: Do not use if pregnant unless under professional supervision.


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