Sarsaparilla Tea

$9.95

There's a few types of Sarsaparilla around, but we've chosen to bring in Indian Sarsaparilla (hemidesmus indicus) due to its long and proven history of medicinal properties.

This Sarsaparilla Root has a slightly earthy smell at first, but then seconds after will leave a fairly strong sweet scent, which I find quite interesting and unique to this root.

Used mainly for  rheumatism, scrofula, skin diseases and thrush - with one important note being that the traditional way to infuse this is 40g to 400ml water, left to steep one hour and then consumed within 24 hours.

A unique root with a long history of medicinal use that has a wonderfully interesting and sweet taste.

Organically grown in India

Health Benefits

A sweet root herb that is known to be taken for...

  • Skin health
  • Thrush
  • Rheumatism

Description

There's a few types of Sarsaparilla around, but we've chosen to bring in Indian Sarsaparilla (hemidesmus indicus) due to its long and proven history of medicinal properties.

This Sarsaparilla Root has a slightly earthy smell at first, but then seconds after will leave a fairly strong sweet scent, which I find quite interesting and unique to this root.

Used mainly for  rheumatism, scrofula, skin diseases and thrush - with one important note being that the traditional way to infuse this is 40g to 400ml water, left to steep one hour and then consumed within 24 hours.

A unique root with a long history of medicinal use that has a wonderfully interesting and sweet taste.

Organically grown in India

Health Benefits

A sweet root herb that is known to be taken for...

  • Skin health
  • Thrush
  • Rheumatism
Brewing
  1. Add around 1 teaspoon to strainer in hot water.
  2. Steep for 3-5 minutes with the cup covered.

Please note traditional brewing is within the description

Cautionary

None at this time