NATURALLY GROWN SOLOMON'S SEAL
Botanical Name: Polygonatum biflorum
Description: Solomon's Seal is a "wild" hardy perennial found in North America growing 18"-2' with broad ovate alternating leaves.
Culinary Uses: The young shoots of Solomon's Seal are boiled and eaten like asparagus.
External Uses: As a salve, oil or tincture Solomon's seal as been used to aid in the healing of cuts, bruises, bone injuries of all kinds.
Medicinal Parts Used: Leaves, roots, stems
Medicinal Properties and Uses of Solomon's Seal: Solomon's seal aids in healing and mending of sports injuries, sprains, muscle tension, tendons, ligaments, joints, bones, cartilage, muscle tissue, and osteoarthritis, bursitis, knee problems. Often effectively used for menstrual cramps, profuse menstrual bleeding, PMS, gastrointestinal inflammation, helps to relieve coughs, lower blood pressure, lung ailments, piles, bowels, dysentary and increases mental clarity.
Cautions: The berries of Solomon's Seal are known to be poisonous.
Solomon's Seal Tea Recipe: Steep 1 tsp dried Solomon's Seal in 1 cup water. Strain and drink.