Wild Harvested Zarzaparrilla 30g – Herbal Tea – Magic Ingredient ★ What They Give The Warriors To Fight – Performance Enhancing – Potent Antiviral

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Main Uses: Antiviral (Herpes, HIV, Syphilis), Nicotine Detox, Antimicrobial, Anti-fungal (Candida), Performance Enhancer, Anti-Proliferative Activity, Against Cancer Cells, Diabetes/Blood Sugar, Urinary Tract, Liver Health, Skin (Eczema, Psoriasis, Leprosy), Aplastic Anaemia, Leprosy, Gut Motility, Antioxidant, Anti-Inflammatory, Blood Purifier/Gout (Uric Acid Removal), Liver Health, Aphrodisiac/Impotence, Menopause, Diuretic, Arthritis Rheumatism, Synergist increases the potency of other herbs.

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Zarzaparrilla is a widely used, wide-scope general medicinal plant with over 307 research papers, spanning from 1823. A multipurpose potent strengthening pure wild root. Originally a popular fizzy drink. Nowadays it is combined with other herbs as a natural tonic. General strengthening, skin disorders, libido enhancement, hormone balancing, and sports, antiviral support against complex pathologies namely HIV and hepatitis B. Used extensively by Central and South American indigenous tribes. Used by South American tribes and introduced to European Medicine in the 1400s

*Don not confuse sarsaparilla with Indian sarsaparilla.

Dosage and Preparation

Bring 700ml filtered water in a stainless steel pan to a boil.

2 tablespoons of the root and let steep for 10 minutes. Roots can be left in the pan and reused 2-3 times over 2 days, with strength increasing as the leaves break down.

Names

  • Zarzaparrilla
  • Smilax canariensis (canary islands)
  • Sarsaparilla
  • Sarsaparilla root
  • Organic Sarsaparilla
  • Herbal Sarsaparilla
  • Aralia nudicaulis
  • Salsaparrilha
  • Khao yen
  • Saparna
  • Smilace
  • Smilax
  • Jupicanga
  • Liseron epineux
  • Salsepareille
  • Sarsa
  • Ba qia
  • Sar
  • Other notable names: S. officinalis, s. japicanga, and s. febrifuga from south america (brazil, ecuador and colombia); s. regelii, and s. ornata. S. regelii, and s. ornata from mexico and latin america

    S. glabra from china.

*Easily confused with Indian sarsaparilla (false sarsaparilla or hemidesmus indicus). Also wild sarsaparilla (aralia nudicaulis).

Habitat

Prevalent and widely used medicinally in the Americas. Popular in the Canary Islands in folk medicine where it is known as Smilax canariensis. Located in the lowlands below 1200m. Found in many types of forests, bushes, and brambles. Roots are used in medicines, sweats, drinks, tonics, and purifying drugs. The prickly, woody vine grows up to 50 m long, often high into the rainforest canopy. Smilax genus is a member of the lily family and has about 350 species worldwide. 350 species worldwide. It is native to tropical and temperate parts of the world, such as South America, Jamaica, the Caribbean, Mexico, Honduras, and the West Indies. Medicinally, it is the root of the SAR plant that is used. It is long (spreading 6 to 8 feet), tuberous, and fairly tasteless

Appearance

A shrub with double-thin stems, one to two meters long and thorny, leaves are rough, with many nerves. The flowers are yellow-cream and in clusters. The fruit berries are pea-like in size but red. The fruit contains one to three seeds. At the base of the petal of each leaf, there are two tendrils. Roots are fibrous and almost cylindrical.

Medicinal Component

  • Steroids and saponins
  • Flavonoids

Scientifically Studied Medicinal Effects

  • HIV PMID 16375860 24374442 16406414

    Herpes oral PMID 18306461 15453671

  • Candida PMID: 16732531 16252913 23698042
  • Antibacterial Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus PMID: 23698042 26122212 12722133
  • Gout, diuretic and diaphoretic PMID: 22289346
  • Syphilis PMID: 21379157
  • Diabetes/High Blood Sugar PMID: 30046343 PMID: 25742000 PMID: 20185303
  • Urinary tract disorders PMID: 22289346
  • Cancer PMID: 25742000 PMID: 16827159 PMID: 29111814 PMID: 25742000 PMID: 25732255
  • Liver Protection PMID: 25742000
  • Aplastic anemia PMID: 22128431
  • Skin Disorders PMID: 26784569
  • Antimicrobial EISSN 1420-3049 PMID: 15255649 PMID: 22887725
  • Leprosy PMID: 30495849
  • Motility PMID: 15255649
  • Antioxidant PMID: 15885944 PMID: 22887725 PMID: 25022355
  • Anti-inflammatory PMID: 31063818
  • Nicotine detox PMID: 30662513

Indigenous Historical Uses

  • ANTI-INFLAMMATORY
  • BLOOD SUGAR lowering and weight loss
  • UROLOGICAL disorders and cleaning. Including syphilis.
  • FLU, antiviral and antimicrobial properties.
  • GOUT AND CIRCULATION, removal of uric acid.
  • ENERGY Performance and testosterone enhancing
  • SKIN Historically used in cases of rheumatism and skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis,
  • Leprosy via the flavonoid astilbin.
  • APHRODISIAC and Impotence. The plant is also used as a tonic and for its aphrodisiac properties in Mexico and the Amazon to increase virility and treat menopausal disorders.
  • ANTICANCER Research has been carried out in Australia that highlights its content in furostanol, a substance that possibly has powerful antiproliferative activity against cancer cells.
  • Liver health
  • Diuretic
  • Urinary pathologies
  • Arthritis
  • Synergist. Saponins found in sarsaparilla increase the bioavailability and absorption of other herbs.
  • Blood Purifier. European physicians thought it to be a tonic, blood purifier, diuretic, and sweat promoter
  • Flavoring for foods and drink
  • Syphilis
  • Rheumatism

Side Effects

Dust can cause nasal and lung irritation.

Ingestion can cause stomach distress, nausea, and loose stools

Stomach upset with excessive doses

Drug Interactions: SAR may increase the absorption of some drugs and compounds

History

Sarsaparilla gives its name to a refreshing drink obtained from the roots of the plant. Often mixed with other plants. This drink was very popular in Europe and the United States until the appearance of soft drinks such as Coca-Cola. Historically certain compounds present in the plant were used to make highly potent pesticides and poisons. In Inca times, during the battle of Cajamarca, the Spanish horses that helped with the capture of the Inca Atahualpa, held out an unusual number of hours thanks to the accidental ingestion of this plant.

Why Zarzaparrilla Tea?

Natural Zarzaparrilla Tea Natural Zarzaparrilla tea is an herbal tea made from the root of the plant, Smilax ornata. This plant has a long history of traditional medicinal uses. It has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments such as colds, fever, and stomach issues. Zarzaparrilla tea is known for its many health benefits, including helping to boost the immune system, improve digestion, detoxify the body, and reduce inflammation.

Medicinal Component of Zarzaparrilla:

The tea is made from the dried root of the Zarzaparrilla plant. The root is then ground into a fine powder and steeped in hot water to make the tea. The flavor of the tea is slightly sweet and earthy, with a hint of spice. Zarzaparrilla tea is rich in antioxidants, which help protect the body from damage caused by free radicals. The tea is also a great source of vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and iron. It also contains plant compounds that have been shown to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Popular Ways to Use Zarzaparrilla:

One of the most popular ways to enjoy Zarzaparrilla tea is by adding a tablespoon of honey and a slice of lemon to the hot water. This combination helps to bring out the natural sweetness of the tea and adds a touch of citrus flavor. Zarzaparrilla tea can also be used in a variety of recipes. It can be used to make iced teas, smoothies, and even cocktails. For a refreshing summer drink, try combining Zarzaparrilla tea with some fresh fruit and a splash of lime juice.

How to Use Best:

When brewed correctly, Zarzaparrilla tea is a delicious and healthy beverage that can provide many health benefits. It can help to boost the immune system, improve digestion, detoxify the body, and reduce inflammation. It can also be enjoyed in a variety of recipes and drinks, making it the perfect addition to any healthy diet. If you are looking for a flavorful and healthy beverage, then consider giving natural Zarzaparrilla tea a try.

Weight 55 g
Dimensions 15 × 2.5 × 22 cm
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