By O. Phelps Brown
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The stem is simple, smooth, and furrowed, and from three to nine feet The flower high. History. —It is is a small and fetid one. a native of the United States, upland woods and hillsides, and May to August. The root is the medicinal part. It contains a resin, to which the names of Cimidfugin or Macrotin have been given likewise fatty substances, inhabiting flowering from ; gum, tannic acid, etc.
That portion of the plant which grows in an opposite direction from the root, seeking the light, and exposing itself to the air. In those which are said to be stemAll flowering plants possess stems. The stem is very short, or concealed beneath the ground. one in which the stem does not become woody, but die* less, it is either An herb down A is ground at to the shrub least after flowering. a woody plant, branched near the ground, and less than is times the height of man. tree attains a greater height, with a stem unbranched near the ground.
It is an antidote to poke-poisoning. It expels worms, and is a capital agent for the cure of Blue Vervain, If given all diseases of the spleen and liver. in intermittent fever, in a warm infusion or powder, it never fails to effect a cure. In all cases of cold and obstinate menstruation it is a most complete and advantageous sudorific. When the circulation of the blood is weak and languid, it will increase it and restore it to its proper operation. The infusion, taken cold, forms a good tonic in cases of constitutional debility, and during convalescence from acute diseases.