Pau d'Arco 500 mg 100 Capsules
Health Benefits of Pau D'Arco
• Supports Intestinal Health
• Encourages Friendly Intestinal Flora
• Supports Healthy Cells
• May Alleviate Chemotherapy Symptoms
• May Help with Tumor Remission
• Reduces Yeast Infections
• Used as an Anti-Inflammatory
• Bacteria, Viruses, and Fungi
• Pain and Inflammation
Pau D'Arco (Tabebuia mpetiginosa) Helps Kill Disease Causing Agents Such as Bacteria, Viruses, and Fungi
Pau d'Arco, is culled from the inner bark of a tall, flowering tree (Tabebuia mpetiginosa), and is native to the exotic rain forests of South America. As a holistic extract, Pau d'Arco enjoys wide popularity and is known for its goodness as a natural supplement.
Pau D'Arco is the highest quality inner bark of the Purple Lapacho tree found in Brazil and Northern Argentina. Ever since ancient times, when it was a standard for the medicine men of the Inca Empire, pau d'arco (also known as ipe roxo and taheebo) has been one of the most widely used herbs in South America. Its popularity is attributed to the active constituent, lapachol, which has been the subject of numerous scientific studies.
Pau d'Arco has beneficial effects for cancer victims, anywhere from alleviation of chemotherapy symptoms to complete remission of tumors. Candida Albicans, a fungus which causes yeast infections, has also been treated by the Pau d'Arco herb. Clinical studies also showed strong in vitro activity against various other bacteria, fungi and yeast, including: Aspergillus, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus, Helicobacter pylori (common cause of stomach ulcers), Bucella, tuberculosis, pneumonia, and dysentery.
Antiviral properties have been displayed in vitro by Pau d'Arco against viruses such as: herpes I and II, influenza, polio virus and vesicular stomatitis virus. Pau d'Arco is also confirmed as being an antiparisitic against various parasites, including: malaria, schistosoma, and trypanosoma. Additionally, the herb has even demonstrated usefulness as an anti-inflammatory.
Pau d'Arco bark has active principles, mainly lapachol, quercetin and other flavonoids. Once the Pau d'Arco inner bark is dried and shredded it can be made into a tea which has a slight bitter or sour taste, and is brownish-colored. This herbal tea is used by many during the cold and flu season, and is a remedy for smoker's cough. Another medicinal use of Pau d'Arco is as an expectorant: to promote "coughing up" by the lungs in order to free deeply embedded mucus and contaminates.
Servings Size 1 Capsule
Pau d'Arco 500 mg
(Tabebuia impetiginosa) (inner bark)
Other Ingredient: Gelatin.
No Gluten, NoYeast, NoWheat, No Milk or Milk Derivatives, No Lactose, No Egg, No Grapefruit, No Fish, No Sweetener, No Sugar, No Starch, No Preservatives, No Artificial Color, No Artificial Flavor, No Sodium.
For adults, take one (1) capsule two to four times daily, preferably with meals. or Capsules may be opened and prepared as a tea.