Also known as
Yucca glauca (Eastern) Yucca schidigera _(Southern), Yucca brevifolia_ (Western), Yucca filamentosa (Mexican), Soap-tree, Soapweed, Soapwell, Soap Root, and Adam’s Needle.
Yucca is a succulent that grows throughout the southern United States. Tribes of the Southwest use the yucca’s leaves to make soaps, shampoos and other hygiene related items, including dental floss.
saponins that are both water and fat soluble
Usually in tea, capsules and as an extract.
Yucca appears to be safe at present.
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