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Two historical Sioux City sarsaparilla bottles, as used in retail sale for ... Sarsaparilla was popular in the United States in the 19th century.

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May 29, 2003 ... History and Archeology of Sarsaparilla. Sarsaparilla did not become well-known until the 16th century. During these t imes Caribbean and ...

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However, the vine most associated wit the plant is Smilax regelii. Sarsaparilla has a long, medicinal history and was one of the first flavorings used in soft drinks  ...

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Apr 26, 2008 ... Sarsaparilla: A Cowboy Spring Tonic .... Sarsaparilla, or Zarzaparilla, is the common name of a tonic beverage ... Some History of the Tonic: ...

www.livestrong.com/article/491829-sarsaparilla-vs-root-beer

Oct 3, 2017 ... Sarsaparilla and root beer are made from the roots of native North ... The history of sassafras is a long one, and Native Americans have ...

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Sarsaparilla: Sarsaparilla,, aromatic flavouring agent made from the roots of several tropical vines belonging to the Smilax ... Once a popular tonic, sarsaparilla is now used to flavour and mask the taste of medicines. ... See Article History.

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Posted by admin | Posted in Sarsaparilla | Posted on 12-01-2011 ... History: The word Sarsaparilla comes from the Spanish Sarza, meaning a bramble, and ...

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Jan 11, 2018 ... Sarsaparilla is a carbonated soft drink originally made from the native Central American plant smilax ornata. In Spanish the plant is known as ...

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History. For centuries, indigenous people around the world used the root of the sarsaparilla plant for treating joint problems like arthritis, ...