Pau d’Arco trees do not develop fungus growth, despite their tropical surroundings. Pau ‘d’arco liquid extract helps strengthen your immune system.
Immune system stimulant, general tonic, blood builder
- Supports the immune system.
- May provide a source of antioxidants.
- Was used traditionally to combat harmful organisms.
How It Works:
The pau d’arco tree grows in the rain forests of Brazil. Unlike other trees in its midst, pau d’arco does not develop fungus growth, even though it grows in the most lush tropical rainforests in the world. Pau d’arco contains a chemical called lapachol, which may account for the herb’s traditional use in supporting the immune system.
Pau d’arco inner bark. Liquid herb contains extract of inner bark.
Take 1/2 teaspoon with water three times daily.
PAU D'ARCO LIQUID EXTRACT
Exciting immune system stimulant, general tonic, blood builder.
Tabebuia heptaphylla (Taheebo, Lapacho, Ipe Roxo)
Pau d'arco bark is a very effective immune building and antifungal herb.
The tree resists fungus growth even in the middle of rain forests. (Try diluting it when you water your plants to help keep them healthy).
There are dozens of species; NSP uses the violet-flowered Tabebuia heptaphylla which is considered to be the best.
It grows in Argentina.
Externally, it is used as a poultice for skin diseases including eczema, psoriasis, fungal infections, hemorrhoids and skin cancers.
Internally, it is a blood purifier that is used for systemic yeast infections like Candida albicans, and to strengthen the immune system. This is the herb that South American Indians use to fight tumors. Research in Brazil and at the University of Illinois shows that Pau d'arco contains substances that are highly effective against cancer.