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Roots used to make tea

What’s the correct spelling for saphase root/sagas root? Its common in southern states. My granny use to make tea with this root & pine thistle from pine tree. Please help thank u


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 01/13/2018 @ 5:43 pm

Maybe you are thinking of the Sassafras root? This can be common in the southern states, and can also be made into a tea.

Hopefully this article will help: [1]

My only other thought would be Ginseng root: [2]


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