Also known as
Hemidesmus indicus (Indian), Anatamul, Country Sarsaparilla, False Sarsaparilla, Sarivadvaya, Magrabu, Sarsaparilla, and Beer Root.
This species of sarsaparilla grows in India and Ceylon. Though historically used for medicine, by 1911, it had fallen into disuse and for decades was thought of as nothing more than a beverage. Modern science suggests that some of the constituents in sarsaparilla may indeed be useful in medicine.
Coumarins, Starch, Tannic acid, Phenols, Tannins, Glucose, Iron, Magnesium, Saraponins.
Root decoction as a tea or beverage, and seldom found in capsules and extracts.
After a long period of disrepute as a bogus cure, sarsaparilla is once again receiving serious consideration in the world of medicine.
Excessive use may cause intestinal discomfort. Not recommended for use while pregnant. Not recommended for long term use.
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