Sarsaparilla boosts the male libido
Historical evidence shows that sarsaparilla has been regarded as a potent booster of male libido since ancient times. It was in fact used by ancient tribes of Central and South America to cure impotence among men and treat a variety of sexual disorders. It was also regarded as a potent tonic among the indigenous people of South America where the European settlers discovered the herb and then introduced it to their civilization in the 1400s. In ancient China, sarsaparilla was known as “khao yen” and considered a potent sexual stimulant besides being used in the treatment of genital infections like syphilis
Digestive problems. Sarsaparilla may improve appetite and digestion.
- Rheumatoid arthritis.
- Kidney problems.
- Fluid retention.
- Other conditions.