Common names: Nerve root, Noah’s ark, Yellow lady’s slipper, American Valerian, Yellow moccasin flower
Medicinal part: The root
The skin symptoms correspond to those of poisoning by Rhus, for which it has been found an efficient antidote. Nervousness in children; from teething and intestinal troubles. Debility after gout. Hydrocephaloid symptoms, result of long, exhausting diarrhoea. Sleeplessness. Cerebral hyperaesthesia in young children often the result of over stimulation of the brain.