What is the use of Sogade Beru?
It is mixed with sugar, water and citric acid proportionately to evolve `sarasaparilla’ concentrate (syrup). SOGADE BERINA SHARBATTU by SN PANDIT’S is an ayurvedic herbal natural coolant. Sogade beru or Sarasaparilla is a natural coolant with oodles of medicinal qualities. It grows in cool places.
Is sarsaparilla and nannari same?
In the coastal region of andhra, sarsaparilla is also known as sugandhi which in the tamil nadu and kerala region, it goes by the name nannari. This herb used to make this drink comprises of excellent medicinal diuretic properties, keeps the mind calm and cool, helps in prevention of sun stroke and also purifies blood.
What are the side effects of sarsaparilla?
There are no known side effects of using sarsaparilla. However, taking a large amount of saponins may cause stomach irritation. Be aware that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn’t regulate herbs and supplements and they aren’t subjected to rigorous safety and efficacy testing prior to marketing.
Is sarsaparilla drink good for you?
Sarsaparilla contains a wealth of plant chemicals thought to have a beneficial effect on the human body. Chemicals known as saponins might help reduce joint pain and skin itching, and also kill bacteria. Other chemicals may be helpful in reducing inflammation and protecting the liver from damage.
What is the English name of nannari?
Hemidesmus indicus, Indian sarsaparilla is a species of plant that is found in South Asia. It is a slender, laticiferous, twining, sometimes prostrate or semi-erect shrub. Roots are woody and aromatic….Hemidesmus indicus.
Is Nannari good for stomach?
Nannari is cooling for the body and is excellent during the summers. Its also a blood purifier and one of the remedies for urinary infection. It also improves digestion. Nannari sarbath is an ancient cooling drink and is better than consuming cola drinks.
Is Nannari good for skin?
According to Ayurveda,Anantamul is known as healing and blood purifying properties which makes it an important ingredient in various Ayurvedic skin medicines.It can be used externally as well as internally in all types of skin problems like ringworm,thrush,psoriasis,eczyma and bacterial-related skin disease.
Is Nannari and sugandha same?
In Coastal Andhra we call the aromatic Sarsaparilla roots as Sugandhi and in the Rayalaseema region as well Tamil Nadu and Kerala, it goes by the name Nannari. Nannari is a very pleasant smelling herb and is known for its medicinal properties.