The Wild foxglove (Ceratotheca triloba) belongs to Pedaliaceae (the Sesame family). It is an annual herb that is native to South Africa. It is distributed in grasslands and roadsides where it rains in the summer. The height varies depending on the amount of rainfall, but it is usually 1.5 to 2 m. The green leaves are soft and split into three, with irregular serrations. From summer to fall, the inflorescences on the stems bloom like "foxglove". Flower colors include white, pink, and mauve. It is said to be used as a folk medicine for menstrual pain, fever and diarrhea.