Sarsaparilla - gray Racine Pack 250 g
SARSAPARILLA GREY ROOT CUT IPHYM Herb Smilax medica
Latin name: Smilax medica
Common names: sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla Europe
Parts used: Root
Properties SARSAPARILLA GREY ROOT CUT
Sarsaparilla root has anti-syphilitic properties.
The glucosaponines are diuretics, sudorifics and purifying in skin diseases, as well as intestinal infections.
Indications and uses SARSAPARILLA GREY ROOT CUT
Sarsaparilla root is used in the following therapeutic indications:
- Arthritis, flus, colds and rheumatism
Cons-indications with SARSAPARILLA GREY ROOT CUT
- May cause kidney problems
Sarsaparilla root has been copiously imported into Europe until about 1930, because of his antisyphillitiques properties.
Dosage SARSAPARILLA GREY ROOT CUT
Decoction, one piece of rhizome 50 grams per liter of water. Two or three glasses in day will be taken; it is a solution to stimulate the secretion of urine and that of the glands sudoríparas, in the latter case of great use to treat acne (sweat removes toxic substances accumulated in the grain). With the rhizomes drought, can be replaced by a decoction brew.
Botanical description SARSAPARILLA GREY ROOT CUT
Young pale green leaves, green adult leaves mast lined claws, this vine is distinguished by the spearhead in the shape of its leaf apparatus that seems to meander through its stipodes - draft plant nervous system - which provide the clashes and fruit in green beads, red and black that you should not eat. Some leaves have a mottled-striped appearance that inspires distrust unlike the sweet smell of small white flowers that bloom on male plants and female plants. Dioecious species of the Lily family, Sarsaparilla tends to stifle the surrounding vegetation.
Active ingredients: Glucosaponines