False Unicorn is a perennial herb native to areas of the United States east of the Mississippi River and Eastern Canada. Though it is more prevalent in the south. The plant is in the Lilaceae Family. It is often mistaken for the plant true unicorn (Aletris farinosa) which lends to the name of false unicorn. This plant is currently only available via cultivation from the wild and is not mass cultivated anywhere. Native Americans have used the herb for hundreds of years, they believe the herb has properties related to women’s fertility health.