Trillium Spp. Wake Robin
The bethroot is found in damp, rocky woods, delighting in a rich soil, and grows from one to two feet high, surmounted at the top with three leaves. It blooms in the month of May, bearing a white flower.
The pulverized root may be taken in teaspoonful doses, or it may be steeped, one ounce to the pint, and given in gill doses.