“the tree of Inca’s people life”
Lapacho, also known as “Tecoma”, helps to preserve the vascular walls, contributes to having a normal blood pressure level, and promotes the elimination of toxins by supporting the emunctory functions of the kidneys.
It is a cousin tree of the “Quinquina”, which his famous bark allowed to discover the Quinine.
Origin: Brazilian Amazon, wild harvested.
Certification Forest garden (FGP), label Sateré Mawé.
Part used: second bark of the tree, also called pau d’arco, Lapacho, Tabebuia.
Directions for use : 1 teaspoon of powder or 2 capsules 1 to 2 per day. Cure from 2 to 3 weeks, to renew punctually.