Solomon's Seal Root

Wildharvested & Kosher Certified

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  • Polygonatum biflorum
  • Origin: USA
Solomon's Seal Root


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Common Name

Standardized: Solomon's seal
Other: small Solomon's seal

Botanical Name

Polygonatum biflorum (Walter) Elliott
Plant Family: Liliaceae


Historically, indigenous cultures of North America consumed the starchy rhizomes of Solomon's seal as a potato-like food to make breads and soups. The young shoots are also edible, raw or boiled for an asparagus-like food. The plant gets its name from a scar that develops on the rhizome in the fall that resembles the ancient seal of King Solomon.

Parts Used


Typical Preparations

Teas, combined with other herbs, or used as an extract.


No known precautions.
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