Prenanthus Serpens. Lin. Nat. ord., Compositae.
A perennial herb, common in mountainous districts of Virginia, North Carolina, and other parts of the United States. Supposed by some to be a variety of the Nabulus Albus, known also by the name of Lion's Foot, as well as White Lettuce, and Rattlesnake root, names which are given to N. Serpentaria.
A proving of this is given by Hale in his New Remedies.
Part employed. - The entire fresh plant.
Preparation. - Tincture.