Scientific Name: Polygonatum multiflorum

Other Names: Dropberry, Lady’s Seals, Sealroot, Sealwort, St. Mary’s Seal

Parts Used: Roots

Preparation & Dosage:

Herbal Actions: Anti-inflammatory, Astringent, Demulcent, Emetic, Steroidal, Tonic

Uses: Acne, Black Eyes, Blemishes, Bronchial Congestion, Bruises, Chest Pain, Coughs, Freckles, General Internal Pains, Hemorrhoids, Inflammations, Menstrual Problems, Poison Ivy, Skin Problems, Skin Spots or Any Marks, Sore Throats, Stimulates Tissue Repair, Tumors, Wounds

Contraindications: Do not take internally except under professional advice. The aerial parts, especially the berries are harmful if eaten.