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False Unicorn Root Herb - Uses And Side Effects

False Unicorn Root is a flowering herb originally found in moist areas east of the Mississippi river but also common in other southern states. False unicorn root is extracted from the root system of Chamaelirium luteum in autumn. Native to North America, the plant usually is harvested from the wild. From 1916 to 1947, false unicorn root was listed as a "uterine tonic" and diuretic in the U.S. National Formulary, a list of drugs and their formulas.

False Unicorn Root contains the constituent Chamaelirin, a fatty acid. The herb is considered an emetic, tonic, diuretic, and Vermifuge. In large doses, False Unicorn Root is a cardiac poison, but is of greatest value in female disorders of the reproductive organs.

Common doses of false unicorn root

False unicorn root comes as dried root, chopped root for decoction, tincture, and a component of tablets used for menopause symptoms. Some experts recommend the following dose:

  • For menopause symptoms,S to 10 drops of tincture taken orally four to six times daily. Or, if using a decoction, drink 1/2 cup twice daily.

Uses of false unicorn root herb

  • Liver disorders
  • Menstrual problems
  • Uterine problems
  • "Weakness"of the genital and urinary tracts
  • It is also a good remedy in albuminaria.

Side effects of false unicorn root

Call your health care practitioner if you experience unusual symptoms when using false unicorn root

Interactions

Combining herbs with certain drugs may alter their action or produce unwanted side effects. Tell your health care practitioner about any prescription or nonprescription drugs you're taking.

Important points to remember

  • Don't use false unicorn root if you're pregnant or breast-feeding.
  • Be aware that the herb's purported benefits may take months to appear.
What the research shows

Scientific studies don't support the use of false unicorn root for conditions of the uterus and ovaries. The herb hasn't been studied in people.

Other names for false unicorn root : -

Other names for false unicorn root include blazing star, fairywand, helonias dioica, and starwort.

No known products containing false unicorn root are available commercially.


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