Chamaelirium luteum

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A perennial herb, the rhizome and roots of which contain steroidal saponins; it is diuretic; it is used by Native American and Western herbalists as a uterine tonic, for morning sickness, and to promote menstrual flow

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The survey also tracks lower-volume economically important commodities such as arnica, false unicorn and osha.
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