- Wildcrafted Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum odoratum) Dried Root
- All Natural Herbal Supplements
- GMO FREE
- MADE IN USA
- NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS
Parts Used: Rhizome
Country of Origin: Korea
Solomon’s seal (Polygonatum Odoratum) is a small herbaceous flowering plant from the Asparagaceae family. The shade-loving perennial only grows up to 18 to 24 inch tall and is characterized by its unbranched, angled stems. It is due to this characteristic that the plant is also often called angular Solomon’s seal. It’s also known as scented Solomon’s seal due to its fragrant white and green tubular flowers. The plant is also sometimes referred to as variegated Solomon’s seal
The rhizome of Polygonatum Odoratum has been used in traditional medicinal systems of China and Korea for thousands of years.
Benefits and Uses
- Cardiac tonic
- Intestinal pain and issues
- Water retention
- Joint pain and inflammation
- Regulate blood sugar level
- Various pulmonary issues
- Inflammation of the stomach and intestines
- Treat wounds and bruises
- Stimulate tissue regeneration
- Quinine gluconate
- Vitamin A
The root of Solomon’s seal has been used in the herbal world for joint disorders, pulmonary issues, inflammation, and topically, for wounds, bruises, and boils. It was also used as a cardiac tonic and to remove excess fluids from the body.
Polygonatum Odoratum’s root is most commonly used by herbal experts for issues of the joints, improve respiratory, intestinal, and heart health, and treat certain skin issues. It also helps with various inflammatory issues, particularly those of the stomach, intestines, and throat.
Polygonatum is derived from two Greek words – poly means many and gonu meaning knee joint. The term refers to the jointed rhizomes of Solomon’s seal plant. Odoratus, on the other hand, means sweet-smelling and refers to the sweet fragrance of this species.
In the world of herbal medicine, plants with jointed rhizomes are believed to be highly useful for joints problems.
There are two explanations for the plant’s common name – Solomon’s seal. Many botanists believe that it refers to the large, circular scars or seals found on this plant’s rhizomes. But, some are of the opinion that the name refers to the plant’s wound healing properties.
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Product seems to be well packeged and done with care. Haven't been using it long enough to have noticable results yet..... but hopefull
Been using this tincture for about two weeks and found great improvement in my overall well-being. I have been diagnosed with cerosis of the liver also have recovered from hepatitis c. Needless to say my liver has been through more than most. This tincture has improved my overall health and the feeling of well-being. I anticipate a positive improvement diagnosis from my gastroenterology doctor. I will share the medical proof with you once finalized
Completely eliminated stiff joints (non-arthritic). Eases arthritis. Great for connective tissue issues.
No identifiable effects at this this point in time.
My mom uses this to help with arthritis pain. She really likes it!