Solomon's Seal root
Solomons Seal Polygonatum
Solomon's Seal has been used for centuries to:
- heal wounds,
- repair damaged tissue
- knit broken bones;
- relieve dry coughs and tuberculosis;
- treat chronic dysentery,
Some people apply Solomon's seal directly to the skin for bruises, ulcers, or boils on the fingers, hemorrhoids, skin redness, and water retention (edema).
Italian women of the seventeenth century used Solomon's Seal as a beauty treatment to improve their complexions and remove age spots and freckles. In addition to all that, Solomon's Seal was also included in love potions as an aphrodisiac.