Overcome Infertility – How To Treat Infertility With Herbs Sarsaparilla (Smilax Officinalis)

As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected intercourse. It affects more than 5 million couples in the US alone and many times more worldwide. Due to ignorance of treatments, only 10% seek help from a specialist professional We have spent most of the time in this series discussing conventional and Chinese medicine in fertility treatment. I think this is the best time to change the subject and discuss how to treat infertility with the herb – sarsaparilla (smilax officinalis).


Sarsaparilla, also known as smilax officinalis in herbal medicine, is a perennial vine, native to Central America and has been used in traditional herbalism as a tonic medicine for reproductive organs and glands.

II. How Sarsaparilla Affects Fertility

1. Detoxification of the liver

The herbalist believes that the plant contains a substance that helps remove toxins from the liver, thus increasing liver function in regulating hormone production (estrogen and prostaglandin family) and insulin levels in the bloodstream, thereby reduces the risk of irregular menstrual cycle and increases the possibility of fertility.

2. Blood purify

It is also a blood tonic herb. In addition to helping to increase the transport of nutrients to the needs of the body’s cells, it also increases blood flow to the reproductive organs, thus reducing the risk of blood pooling in the reproductive organs.

3. Immune system

It also increases immune function in fighting infection and inflammation caused by foreign invasion, thus increasing the chances of fertility.

4.DNA regulation

Sarsaparilla also helps regulate DNA replication in normal cell growth, which decreases the risk of endometrial adhesion and implants and other tumors growing elsewhere in the reproductive region.

5. Antibody Antigen

Since it helps boost immune function as a result of expelling toxins through urine output and feces, it reduces the risk of abnormal immune system function by attacking its own tissue and viewing sperm as a foreign invasion.

third Risks

An excessive dose of sarsaparilla can cause digestive disorders and kidney failure.

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