Sarsaparilla is a climbing plant native to India, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The indigenous people of these areas used its root hundreds of years ago for medical and food purposes. Traditionally, sarsaparilla was treated for sexual coldness, rheumatism and skin diseases, and was also a means of strengthening and raising life energy. The inhabitants of Peru and Honduras used it for colds and joint pain, and Amazon shamans made mixtures to treat leprosy and other skin diseases. In the Middle Ages, sarsaparilla gained fame in Europe and then in the world as a medicine for syphilis and venereal diseases. In the nineteenth century, for almost a hundred years it was even registered as an official medicine for syphilis in the US, until 1910.
SARSAPARILLA HEALTH BENEFITS
Sarsaparilla is a phenomenal plant with a wide range of activity. First of all, it deeply cleanses the blood and restores balance in biochemical processes, and thus:
- Strengthens the whole body
- Positively affects the skin and helps reduce dermatological changes
- Supports immune mechanisms
- Positively affects the functioning of the joints and promotes their regeneration
- Strengthens and protects the liver
- It can act like an aphrodisiac! (in traditional medicine)
WHEN TO USE
- In states of weakness, fatigue, exhaustion
- Reduced sex drive
- Weakened immunity
- For skin, joint and liver health
- Body detox
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SARSAPARILLA DOSAGE AND DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Sarsaparilla Tea (cut root):
- Decoction: Pour 2 tablespoons of roots with two glasses of water, bring to a boil and cook for a few minutes. Take prepared broth in 2-3 portions during the day.
- Tincture: Ground root pour alcohol 40-60% in a ratio of 1: 5. Macerate for a minimum of 14 days, filter. Take 2-3 ml twice a day.
- Other use: Pour half a teaspoon of powder with a little hot water. Drink with sediment. Apply twice a day, morning and evening.
If the dose needs to be increased, it should be used with caution as high amounts of saponins may irritate the stomach.
Pregnancy, lactation, hypersensitivity to the plant.
Sarsaparilla may increase the absorption of some medicines, so people taking medicines should be vigilant when using them.