Trillium in Healing

Trillium is also called Birthroot. What a suitable plant to be drawn to when working in the childbearing field. It is used in certain circumstances in the process of labor and birth by midwives, and for menstrual issues in non-childbearing women. In Native American herbalism, Trillium root was considered to be a sacred female herb … Continue reading Trillium in Healing

The Flower No One Should Pic

When hiking in the woods in the Pacific Northwest, area residents will sometimes run across Trillium flowers, a three-petal flower usually white, sitting above pointed leaves. Trillium is described as “spring ephemeral” flowers, meaning they are wildflowers that develop the aerial parts (i.e. stems, leaves and flowers) of the plant early each spring and then quickly bloom, and produce seed. The … Continue reading The Flower No One Should Pic