Mexican Sarsaparilla Root
Mexican Sarsaparilla Root

Mexican Sarsaparilla Root

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4oz. cut & sifted 

Mexican Sarsaparilla is an alkaline herb with the highest Iron content of all herbs!  This herb is used by Herbalist all over the world to treat a huge assortment of conditions. 

Can be drank as a tea and used to make tinctures or decoctions.

- All types of anemia and blood disorders

- Low Energy

- Fatigue

- Poor Circulation

- Supports High Blood Pressure

- Anti-Inflammatory 

- Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacteria

- Treats Psoriasis

- Arthritis

- Acne

- Hair Loss

- Syphilis 

And more!

How to Prepare your Loose Leaf Herbs

- Add 1 full tablespoon of herbs to 2-3 cups of water & bring to a boil.

- Turn off the stove and allow the herbs to steep for 15-20 minutes before drinking (the longer the herbs steep, the stronger it will be).

Roots/Barks & Stems:

- Add 1 full cup of herbs to a gallon of water & simmer for 40-45 minutes.

- Turn off stove and allow the herbs to steep for 2-4 hours before drinking (the longer the herbs steep, the stronger it will be).

*In order to avoid dehydration & headaches, please consume 1 gallon of Natural Spring Water daily, when consuming herbs & herbal supplements. Best results if consumed in conjunction with meat, dairy & sugar FREE eating habits. Once brewed, herbal tonics/teas can last up to 5 days if refrigerated and mixed daily.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease(s) or intended to replace any medications prescribed by your doctor.  Please always consult with your physician before starting any herbal remedies.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Sarah Sydney

Love it

Jenny P

Mexican Sarsaparilla Root

Sarsaparilla Root

This is my go-to herb for iron! Growing up in a Caribbean community, you hear about these things but truly are not aware of its deep properties. Thanks to Dr. Grace, I can add a teaspoon to my blends to add a boost of needed iron to my daily intake!

Lanita Potts

Sarsaparilla Root

Janiah Lettley
First Timer

First time trying sarsaparilla! It definitely has a licorice taste and is most def a energy booster. Love it!