Definitions for "Sarsaparilla"
Any plant of several tropical American species of Smilax.
The bitter mucilaginous roots of such plants, used in medicine and in sirups for soda, etc.
An herb, (S. aristolochiaefolia-Mexican)(S. refelii-Honduran)(S. febrifuga-Ecuadorian). All three types of sarsaparilla are species of the genus Smilax and belong to the family Smilacaceae. This herb contains saponins which are derived mainly from sarsapogenin and smilagenin. The plant is also used as a flavoring agent, often in soft drinks such as root beer.
Components aid in the production of testosterone and progesterone. It also stimulates metabolism, aids in digestion and improves appetite. Helps with gas and edema. Is beneficial for skin ailments such as psoriasis, eczema and leprosy and also works as an anti - inflammatory.
As A Treatment"... Testosterone is not found in sarsaparilla, despite the many claims of its presence..."
Found along the coast of Peru, Sarsaparilla aids in the production of testosterone and progesterone.
a natural herb that has been used by many individuals in connection with liver disease and syphilis
Supports skin conditions; antioxidant; protects liver and supports detoxification
As A Treatment"...Historically, sarsaparilla was thought to purify the blood, helping to detoxify and rid the body of disease (especially syphilis)..."
Sarsaparilla helps in the treatment of congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, PMS, urinary problems, impotence, hives, infertility, nervous system disorders, swelling and discomfort from rheumatism and arthritis.
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helps to correct skin conditions