Pau D’ Arco Tea Cut

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Pau D’ Arco Tea Cut

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Pau D’ Arco is a highly revered Amazonian herb derived from the inner bark of the Taheebo Tree native to Brazil and Argentina.  Brewed as a tea, it is a naturally sweet tasting herb with hints of vanilla.  Pau D’ Arco may support the immune system.  The tree was discovered by natives who noticed that even when dead it would never rot.   It is due to the intrinsic chemical factors which fight fungus, yeast, and mold.

Wildcrafted- Wild foods have a much broader medicinal range than a cultivated plant due to their constant adaptation to changing conditions of their natural environment. By consuming these plants, our DNA receives a calibration to enhance the energy production, immune response, and stress handling capabilities.  The science of epigenetics is proving that our DNA can be improved by consuming plants with a strong genetic profile.

Broad Spectrum Anti-pathogen- With immune challenges ranging from mutated bacteria and viruses to yeast overgrowth and parasites, we need a strategy.  Pau D’ Arco is safe for daily use but also very effective against virtually every known pathogen.  It is particularly useful against yeast and fungal overgrowth caused by antibiotic use and sugar intake.

Immune Enhancer- It is known to activate human immune cells and has been used for cancer and other immune conditions with great success.

Antioxidant– Pau D’ Arco has broad spectrum antioxidant effects similar to Vitamin E. It has been proven to have great cardiovascular protective effects.

Traditionally Tested- Pau D’ Arco has been used by indigenous people for thousands of years.  They used it anywhere from a general health tonic to infections and many other general health conditions.

Ingredients:  Wild-crafted Pau D’ Arco inner bark (Tabebuia impetiginosa)

Usage: 2 Tb. in16-32 ounces of  hot water. Steep for at least 5 minutes or longer. Pour through strainer if necessary. Great combined with other herbs like chaga, goji berries and vanilla bean.