Sarsaparilla, Fluid Extract, 2 oz
Sarsaparilla is native to Central and South America.
It is a ground-trailing vine which climbs by means of tendrils. The woody stems
have sharp prickles and the leaves are arrow-shaped. Small green-white flowers
grow from the leaf axis. The woody roots have a spicy-sweet taste.
The Indians boiled the roots to make a tea which was used as a blood purifier.
Some tribes used the beaten roots mixed with oil as a cough medicine. In the mid
1800's many proprietary medicines contained sarsaparilla and it became a popular
ingredient for tonics. Sarsaparilla was widely used to treat syphilis until the
beginning of the twentieth century. Today, herbalists use sarsaparilla as a blood
purifying herb for the treatment of liver problems, rheumatism, and skin diseases
such as psoriasis. It also finds use in balancing the glandular system and improving
Edgar Cayce Health Care Philosophy:
Edgar Cayce regarded sarsaparilla as a blood purifier and digestive aid. Sarsaparilla
was recommended in 356 readings between 1911 and 1944. Peak utilization was evident
in 1924 with a steep decline in usage thereafter.
(which is as a blood purifier in this particular condition and case). Suggested Use:
sarsaparilla as a cleanser diathetic, and a purifier ...
... The Syrup of
Sarsaparilla forming - with the compounds - those of a CLEANSER, especially active
in the glands that function through the straining or the assimilating of the first
... The Sarsaparilla works with the gastric juices of the stomach,
and the eliminations in the peristaltic movement through the intestinal tract.
... The Sarsaparilla Root is an emit, or a STRENGTHENER to the activities
of the secretions in the stomach and INTESTINAL tract.
... The Sarsaparilla
Root is an active force in the lactic fluids of activity in the digestive area.
... The compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla makes for an emit that carries to
the gastric flow of the stomach and to the intestinal digestive force an equalizing
in the body, or in the flow of the lymph to these portions of the system.
... That of the forces or vibration created by the Sarsaparilla will be the cleansing
in the blood forces.
... Of that of the Sarsaparilla as a restrainer and
strainer for the blood itself.
... The Sarsaparilla is as the purifier in
the blood stream
... The action of certain properties is to rebuild the Hemoglobin
within the blood to give more Leukocytes to the blood, as we find in the bark
of Wild Cherry and Sarsaparilla.
1-2ml in a small amount
of water three times daily.
size: 1-2 ml (approx. 28-56 drops); 30 servings per container.
Fluid Extract (1:1)
Water, Vegetable Glycerin, 12-15% Alcohol.
If you are taking a birth control pill, are pregnant or lactating
or are considering becoming pregnant, seek the advice of your physician prior
to using this product. Keep out of reach of children.