Mexican Sarsaparilla is found in Southern Mexico, but it is also distributed throughout South America, particularly in El Salvador, Guatemala and Belize. The plant gets its name from the Spanish word zarzaparrilla, which is constructed from zarza and parrilla and means “shrub” and “little grape vine,” respectively.
- May support cleansing the blood*
- May help increase urine output*
- May help excess uric acid*
- May help relieve rheumatic pain and gout*
- May contain Immune boosting properties*
- May support antiallergic action*
Directions: Add at least 2-3 chips in 8-10oz of water. Bring water (with herbs) to a boil over a medium fire, then reduce to low and simmer for another 5-15 minutes. Strain and pour into cups. Drink twice a day as needed. Add honey if desired
Usually Prepared With: Dandelion, Burdock and Yellow Dock roots among other herbs and spices.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult with a healthcare professional before using any herbal remedy.