What does Pau d Arco do for the body?
Pau d’arco is an herbal supplement claimed to be anti-cancer and antimicrobial, especially anti-candida. Other uses for pau d’acrco include diabetes, ulcers, stomach inflammation (gastritis), liver ailments, asthma, bronchitis, joint pain, hernias, boils and wounds.
How do you take Aldrtz Pau d Arco capsule?
Pau D’ Arco capsule can be taken 1 capsule 3 times a day for initial usage and/or twice a day for maintenance. For added energy and body reconditioning, take once a day. With healthy lifestyle, proper diet, good exercise and regular use of Aldrtz Pau D’ Arco capsule, WE CAN live the golden years of our lives.
What are the side effects of Pau d Arco?
Commonly noted side effects include dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. The likelihood and severity of side effects tend to increase with the dose. When taken in doses larger than 1.5 grams (1,500 milligrams), pau d’arco can become toxic and cause damage to the kidneys or liver.
What does Pau d Arco taste like?
Product Description. Herbal Power: Traditionally used in South America, pau d’arco contributes to a healthy you. * Taste: Floral and foresty with soft tannins. Plant Story: Shamans and medicine people of South America have used the inner bark of the flowering pau d’arco tree for generations.
Is Pau d Arco good for diabetes?
People use pau d’arco for conditions such as infections, cancer, diabetes, stomach ulcers, and many others, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. Using pau d’arco can also be unsafe, especially at higher doses.
Is Pau d Arco antiviral?
Pau d’arco contains chemical compounds called naphthoquinones, specifically lapachol and beta-lapachone. They seem to have antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties. They also contain significant amounts of the antioxidant quercetin.
How long should Pau d Arco tea steep?
about 4-8 minutes
Buddha Teas Pau d’Arco Tea needs a good boil and a somewhat long steep, about 4-8 minutes.
Is Pau d Arco good?
The bark and wood are used to make medicine. People use pau d’arco for conditions such as infections, cancer, diabetes, stomach ulcers, and many others, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. Using pau d’arco can also be unsafe, especially at higher doses.