Botanical Name : Hemidesmus Indicus
English Name : Indian Sarsaparilla
Tamil Name : நன்னாரி / நறு நெட்டி / Nannari / Sugandipala
Hindi Name : अनंतमूल / Anantamul
Sanskrit Name : Sariva, Utpalasariva
Malayalam Name : നറുനീണ്ടി / Narunenti
Telugu Name : సుగంధిపాల / Suganda Pala Veru, Sugandhipala
Kannada Name : Karibandha , Sugandha Pala
Sarsaparilla is a plant of the Smilax species. Sarsaparilla is a wooden plant that blossoms small flowers in different colors such as red, black, or blue berry-like fruit. South America and the Caribbean are the native places of Sarsaparilla where the Jamaican or Honduran Smilax Ornata and Mexican Smilax Aristolochiifolia originate.
Sarsaparilla is rich in vitamins A, B-complex, C, and D, and minerals iron, manganese, sodium, silicon, sulfur, copper, zinc, and iodine. Scientific studies done on sarsaparilla have isolated compounds responsible for its medicinal properties.
- Sarsaparilla has anti-tumor and cancer-preventative properties.
- It aids in the digestion process, protects the liver, and has a natural diuretic.
- Sarsaparilla Nannari root has coolant properties that keep us hydrated during summer days.
- It is a good blood purifier that eliminates toxins from the blood.
- It improves hormonal balance.
- It also used to treat soothe coughs, fever, and colds.
- Sarsaparilla is used traditionally to treat skin conditions like psoriasis and leprosy, rheumatoid arthritis and joint pain, headaches, and sexual impotence.
How to Consume
Take five gms of powder with 100 ml of water and boil them for some minutes. After the water getting warm, filter it, and drink before food. Or, make a juice with Sarsaparilla.
There are no side effects with Sarsaparilla powder, but consider medical advice for the usage during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herbal powders.