What is the medicinal value of tea made from the bark of Lapacho trees?
Q:What is the medicinal value of tea made from the bark of Lapacho trees?
More Answers to “What is the medicinal value of tea made from the bark of Lapacho trees?“This is a quote from http://www.oralchelation.com/taheebo/lap.”According to the work of Prof. W. D’Acorsi and of other doctors and investigators, some of the conditions for which Lapacho can provide effective relief are: anemia, arteriosclerosis, arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, cystitis, diabetes, eczema, gastritis, leukaemia, Parkinson’s disease, polyps (intestinal and bladder), prostate enlargement, psoriasis, pyorrhea, rheumatism, skin disease, peptic ulcers, varicose ulcers, etc. “The best way we have found to make it is to brew for 15 seconds and place a 1/4 teaspoon of honey with it. Try and make at least one cup a day before bedtime and after 2 -3 weeks you’ll see results.” From http://www.cantron.com/html/nutraceutica. (I think. I may have messed up my notes)”The lapacho bark contains minerals and trace elements in amounts unusually high for plants. In addition to calcium, iron and potassium, rare trace elements are also present, like strontium, barium, iodine, boron, etc. which are often lacking in the human body in contrast to black tea, lapacho tea contains no stimulating substances, like “theine”, and is enjoyed widely because of its excellent composition. Southamerican doctors, very sucessfully, recommend Lapacho as “natural medicine”. Lapacho is also ideal for children.”