What is another word for Chimaphila Corymbosa?

Pronunciation: [t͡ʃˌɪmɐfˈɪlə kˌɔːɹɪmbˈə͡ʊsə] (IPA)

Chimaphila corymbosa is known by various other names in different regions of the world. The plant is commonly called Indian pipsisewa or Prince's pine. It's also referred to as creeping wintergreen, waxflower, and umbellate wintergreen. In some parts of the world, it's called groundholly, shotbush, or frostweed. Chimaphila corymbosa has been widely used in traditional medicine for its diuretic, antiseptic, and antipyretic properties. The plant has a pleasant fragrance and is used in perfumery. Chimaphila corymbosa is often used in homeopathic treatments to address bladder infections, fluid retention, and arthritis. Depending on the region and its traditional use, the plant has many other creative names in local languages.

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