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Standard name Trillium pendulum
Other names
Standard abbr. Tril.
Other abbr.
Scientific name Trillium erectum erectum
Other scientific names Trillium purpureum Elliott; Trillium spatulatum Raf.; Trillium pendulum Willd.; Trillium atropurpureum Raf.; Trillium nutans Raf.; Trillium flavum Raf.; Trillium acuminatum Raf.; Trillium foetidum Salisb.; Trillium obovatum Pursh; Trillium atropurpureum M.A.Curtis ex L.C.Beck; Trillium rhomboideum Michx.
Common names Purple Trillium; Bethroot; Birthroot; Lamb's quarter; Rattlesnake root; Wakerobin; Three-leaved nightshade
Substance description Tincture of the fresh root. According to Millspaugh, Trillium pendulum is the white variety of Trillium erectum. Treas. of Bot. gives the names as synonymous. The symptoms of H. Minton, the original prover, are given in Allen under Trillium cernuum. Minton obtained the tincture from a botanic physician and did not himself verify the plant. Millspaugh considers Trillium erectum as the proper source of the homeopathic tincture.
Distinctness VARIANTS (uncertain origin of the plant used in the original Minton's proving)
Classification Plantae – Magnoliophyta – Liliopsida – Liliales – Melanthiaceae – Trillium


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