Stillingia, also known as Cockup hat, marcory, queen's delight, queen's root, silver leaf, and yaw root, is a perennial plant which is a native of the pine barrens and sandy soils of the southern states of the U.S. Its stem, growing from 2 to 4 feet ... *
Stillingia, also known as Cockup hat, marcory, queen's delight, queen's root, silver leaf, and yaw root, is a perennial plant which is a native of the pine barrens and sandy soils of the southern states of the U.S. Its stem, growing from 2 to 4 feet high, contains an acrid, milky juice and bears alternate, sessile leaves that have a somewhat leathery texture. The yellow, petalless flowers grow in a terminal spike with the female flowers at the base. The fruit is a three-lobed capsule.
Stillingia has been used effectively as a cathartic, diuretic, and emetic. A decoction of the rootstock was once used to help support obstinate skin problems and to help clear up continuing pain and ulcerations. In large doses, Stillingia causes vomiting and diarrhea.
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Take 30 to 40 drops in a little water 2 to 3 times daily.
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Taken internally, the acrid constituents of the fresh plant can cause irritation and symptoms of poisoning.
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