Sarsaparilla or Sariva is also called as Sugandhipala and Nannari. This is the root extracted from the native plant of India, which is a powerful herb being used in Ayurveda.
- Sariva is a very good blood purifier.
- In summers, Sugar syrup prepared with Sariva decoction called Nannari is consumed to beat the summer heat.
- Sarsaparilla or Sariva roots are used for skin diseases, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), kidney disease, sexually transmitted diseases and many other conditions.
- Sariva is used in powder form, decoction, hot/cold infusion and syrup form internally. Its distillate drops are used for conjunctivitis.
- Paste is used to treat swelling.
Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 100 grams
Best before 12 months.
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