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Other Names: False Unicorn, Chamaelirium Lutetum
Traditional Usages: Infertility, Anemia, Anorexia, Menstrual Disorders, Libido Loss, Impotency, Improves Fertitity in Women, STD's Loss of Appetite, Uterine Bleeding,
Resources: North America, Canada, US
Parts Used: Root, Rhizome
Health Warning: Consult your medical doctor before using False Unicorn, if pregnant
False Unicorn - Herbal remedy for Infertility: It is often prescribed for women with an irregular menstrual cycle. This herb helps regulate menstrual cycles, which is a major factor in getting pregnant. To take as a tea, put 1-2 teaspoons of the finely chopped root into a cup of water, bring to boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Drink this three times per day.
False Unicorn - Herbal remedy for Miscarriage: Roots of False Unicorn have medicinal properties and are very effective in preventing miscarriage. Although False Unicorn is used by herbalists to help treat miscarriage and morning sickness, pregnant women should not use it without first consulting a medical doctor. How to use False Unicorn and make a concoction: - Dried False Unicorn root powder (1 teaspoon). - Water 1 cup. - Bring to boil and simmer for l5 minutes. Drink it three times a day for three days.
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