What Is Sassafras the Drug?

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Sassafras is a plant and its root bark is used to make a drug. Although banned in the US, it was historically used to treat various illness. These include urinary tract disorders, nose and throat swelling, bronchitis, syphilis, hypertension, gout, arthritis and even cancer.
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Sassafras has been used historically for a variety of illnesses, and is now banned in the
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Years ago we have a soft drink ( Soda ) called Sarsaparilla, it was banned oh, let's say in 1960 or so because of the sassafras root or bark that it was derived from. this was taken
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Sassafras is yellow wood tree with aromatic bark, root beer was first made using roots of sassafras.
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Sassafras itself is not a drug, but a compound known as "Safrole" can be extracted from the oil and safrole is used as a precursor to manufacturing MDMA/ ecstasy.
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