Pau D'Arco Bark Handroanthus impetiginosus
Pau D'Arco Bark
Pau d'Arco bark inner c/s Tabeuia impetiginosa
Preparations include tea and liquid extract. Similar to cat's claw, pau d'arco tincture should be taken in water with a little lemon juice so tannins can be absorbed through the colon.
Tabebuia impetiginosa belongs to the Bignoniaceae plant family.
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Also known as taheebo or lapacho, pau d’arco has long been used to treat a range of ailments. As a supplement, it’s marketed to reduce inflammation and promote weight loss
Its incredibly dense and rot-resistant wood is used by native peoples to make hunting bows. What’s more, tribes have long used its inner bark as a treatment for stomach, skin, and inflammatory conditions