Pau D'Arco Extract
The extract is 5 x stronger than the normal bark
Anti-inflammatory, inhibits many pathogenic organisms
Special Price: AUD $ 42.50
civilization knew the therapeutics of Pau D’Arco long before it came to our attention and it was widely used in
Many of the early studies and anecdotal reports of the healing power of Pau D’ Arco involved stories of
successfully treating many different kinds of cancer. Numerous accounts of people being healed emerged from around
Today, many of us are rediscovering the great potential of this wonderful plant remedy. In being able to stimulate
the immune system lays its power to be helpful for countless ailments from Allergies to Zoster (Shingles or Herpes
Some research and solid practical evidence shows that Pau D’ Arco has been demonstrated to possess great health
benefits. Some are listed below, but by no means all inclusive:
• Destroying and suppressing some types of detrimental bacteria including: Escherichia coli, Helicobacter pylori,
• Detrimental Fungi including Candida albican.
• May inhibit some types of Viruses and may kill or suppress some types of Intestinal Parasites.
• Pau D'Arco (tincture) may treat Malaria
• Immune Stimulant and can be used with success to treat colds, flu, sore throat and is often regarded as a valued
plant in alternative cancer treatment.
• For Infections pain, arthritis, fever, dysentery or as a expectorant
• Increases red blood cells
• Folklore also claims that it alleviates rheumatism and eczema and treats tuberculosis
• For diabetes as it inhibits the absorption of glucose in the intestines.
• Most health benefits a due to the active ingredients Lapachol and/or Naphthoquinones content of Pau D’Arco as
well as quercetin, and other flavonoids. Click here to see other constituents of Pau D’Arco.
They are large shrubs or trees growing to 5 to 50 m (16 to 160 ft.) tall depending on the genus. It is a rainforest
tree and the inner bark from many species is used for health purposes. It is ground and a tea is made from it,
prompting some to nick name it “jungle juice”. Its taste is described as sour/bitter
Two great articles on Pau'd
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