www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=arnu2

May 12, 2015 ... The root was used to make root beer and can be made into a tea. The aromatic rhizomes of this plant are used as a substitute for sarsaparilla.

hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/HerbHunters/sarsaparilla.html

Apr 3, 1998 ... Other common names.—False sarsaparilla Virginian sarsaparilla, American sarsaparilla, small spikenard, rabbitroot, shotbush, wild licorice.

www.maineroot.com/sarsaparilla

sarsaparilla. A lighter bodied brother to our super popular Root Beer. The flavor profile has less clove, allowing the taste of wintergreen to be showcased.

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Origin Click to see larger map Indian Sarsaparilla Root Sarsaparilla root from India is unlike sarsaparilla from other origins. It has a taste and aroma that is ...

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Apr 26, 2008 ... In 19th Century America, people used tonics, purgatives, and cleansers to treat not only themselves, but also their livestock and neighbors, ...

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Have a hankering for a taste of Gettysburg? Then look no farther. Wet your whistle with Dr. G's Authentic Sarsaparilla...made right here in Pennsylvania! Dr. G's is ...

www.aihd.ku.edu/foods/Sarsparilla.html

Jamaican sarsaparilla, Honduran sarsaparilla. By Scott Sheu. Sarsaparilla is actually a tonic made up of several vine plants from the Smilax family. However, the ...

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When the Spanish conquistadores arrived, they found that indigenous tribes used beverages made with sarsaparilla as a general health tonic. The name itself is ...

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Nov 9, 2015 ... Root beer and sarsaparilla are two popular beverages produced originally by the Native Americans before the arrival of Europeans. Both were ...