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Herbal Medicine 101, Lesson 31: Smilax

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In this video I discuss the medicinal and edible properties of Smilax... also known as briars. This family contains Sarsaparilla and many varieties of Smilax can be used similarly to Sarsaparilla. They are very under-utilized adaptogens and powerful herbs.

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