Solomon's Seal Root
Solomon's seal is native to Japan. It is a flowering plant in the lily family. There are around 63 species of this plant around the world. They tend to grow in the shade, in undisturbed places. Solomon's seal is named after the marks in the roots, which may resemble seals.
Solomon's seal root is used in the making of medicine. It may be used to help treat a variety of ailments. When ground, this root may be made into a tea. Solomon's seal root is also edible after boiling.
Botanical Name: Polygonatum odoratum
Also known as: Jade Bamboo, Lady's Seal, Scean du Solomon