Get The Right Pau D’arco!

Pau d’arco or Taheebo is not all created equally. If you go down to your local health food store you will probably find many different brands of Pau d’arco in many different forms such as …

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Is Pau D’arco Effective?

There is research on both sides of the pau d’arco issue. Some has indicated that Taheebo or pau d’arco is very effective at healing cancer, candida and other ailments while other studies have concluded that it is not effective …

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What Is Pau D’arco?

Before you try Paud’arco you should know what it is and where it comes from. Pau d’Arco is extracted from the inner bark of the Tabebuia Impetiginosa or Tabebuia Avellanedae trees. These trees are also known as …

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Pau D’arco Reference List

Anesini C, Perez C.Screening of plants used in Argentine folk medicine for antimicrobial activity.J Ethnopharmacol. 1993;39:119?128. Awang Dvc, Dawson Ba, Ethier Jc, Gentry Ah, Girard M, Kindack D.Naphthoquinone Constituents Of Commercial Lapacho/Pau D’arco/Taheebo Products.J Herbs …

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Anti-Viral Properties of Pau D’arco

Hundreds of years ago the early inhabitants of the Amazon region noticed that the Pau d’Arco tree didn’t seem to be afflicted with parasite or even mold or fungi. Other trees of course were always …

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Pau D’arco Tea Preparation

These instructions are for preparation of a fine grind of the inner bark of the Pau d’arco tree. Mix 3 tablespoons tea with one quart of cold distilled water in a teapot. The ratio can …

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Pau D’arco Related Patents

U.S. Patent 5,663,197 Granted to Taheebo Japan Co., Ltd. on September 2, 1997. The present invention relates to a novel compound possessing antitumor activity, and an antitumor agent comprising said compound. ________________ U.S. Patent 6,656,485 Granted to …

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Other Names For Pau D’arco

Family: Bignoniaceae Genus: Tabebuia Species: impetiginosa Synonyms: Tabebuia avellanedae Tabebuia ipe Tabebuia nicaraguensis Tabebuia schunkeuigoi Tabebuia serratifolia Tabebuia altissima Tabebuia palmeri Gelseminum avellanedae Handroanthus avellanedae Handroanthus impetiginosus Tecoma adenophylla Tecoma avellanedae Tecoma eximia Tecoma impetiginosa …

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Dr Robert Nakamura

Robert M. Nakamura, M.D., is a senior consultant and Chair Emeritus of the Department of Pathology, Scipps Clinic, La Jolla, California, and Professor in the Departments of lmmunology and Experimental Medicine of the Scripps Research …

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Dr Daniel Mowrey

Dr. Daniel B. Mowrey is the Director of the Mountainwest Institute of Herbal Medicine in Salt Lake City Utah. He is known primarily for his efforts to bring scientific data about herbal medicine to the …

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