The Yucca is an endemic plant and its natural habitat ranges from the
southwestern part of Nevada and Arizona, central and southern California
in the U.S. to the desert of Baja California, Mexico. Yucca is a tree. The root of the non-flowering plant is
used to make medicine.
Some people apply yucca directly to the skin for sores, skin
diseases, bleeding, sprains, joint pain, baldness, and dandruff.
has long been used by the health foods industry in the U.S.A. as a
healthy nutrient supplement product. It is pressed into tablets or it is
mixed with water and alcohol to produce liquid tincture type products. These health food products are sold as premium healthful supplements.