Traditional Medicinals Pau d'Arco Herbal Tea
Strong, beautiful, mysterious.
Used historically by the indigenous peoples of South America and now by modern day herbalists.
Reason to Love
This Amazonian native is sometimes called “trumpet tree” which refers to its tissue-paper-like, trumpetshaped flowers. There are more than 60 species of this beautiful, flowering tree with blooms that range from pink to yellow. The inner bark of both the pink and yellow flowering trees is used by the indigenous peoples of South America and revered by Western herbalists.
Woody, tannic and slightly bitter.
- A Traditional South American Herbal Tea
- Caffeine Free
- 16 Wrapped Tea Bags
What is Pau d'Arco? Known also as 'ip roxo' in Brazil and as 'lapacho' in Argentina and Paraguay, pau'd arco is the inner bark of a tall tree that grows throughout South America.
It has been used by traditional healers in Brazil, Argentina, Peru and other South American regions for centuries on its own or as a component of herbal mixtures.
How does it work? There are numerous traditional uses for pau d' arco tea for a wide range of conditions, taken orally or applied externally to the skin or in baths. Ask your medical herbalist or naturopathic physician if pau d' arco tea is right for you.
When should I use it? Drink 1-3 cups daily, or as directed by your healthcare provider.
How does it taste? It has an earthy tastewoody, astringent and slightly bitter.
Free Of Caffeine.
Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Ingredients : Pau d'Arco bark.
Kosher : Yes
GMO Free : Yes
Size : 16 BAG
Pack of : 6
Product Selling Unit : case
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