(Polygonatum multiflorum)

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Do not use internally, fruits are toxic.
Hardy perennial of 0,50 m generally cultivated of which one uses the rhizome.

Used since antiquity seal-of-Solomon has the reputation to attenuate the contusions and stimulate the repair of tissues, out of cataplasm the rhizome is astringent and calming, accelerates cicatrization.

Root cooked without water and reduced in paste, applied on whitlow, abscess ...

Cataplasms of leaves to reduce hernias.

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Polygonatum multiflorum, Solomon's-seal, David's-harp, Ladder-to-heaven