History of Pau D’arco

The Tabebuia, or Pau d’Arco is a large canopy tree that is native to the Amazon rain forest in Brazil. The tree can grow to 30 meters high and is known for its extravagant bloom …

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Pau D’arco Cautions

Taken internally, pau d’arco can intensify the blood-thinning effect of anticoagulant medications, causing excessive bleeding and other problems. Consult your doctor for guidance before taking these types of medications together. __________________________________________ Also be wary of …

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Dr Walter Accorsi

– Born in 1912 in Taquaritinga, Brazil. – Professor emeritus of College of Agriculture, University of Sao Paulo. – World-famous botanist. – Awarded Brazil National Science Award. – A leading researcher of medical plants, especially …

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Books On Pau D’arco

The Healing Power of Pau D’Arco: The Divine Tree of the South American Shamans Provides Extraordinary Healing Benefitsby Walter Lubeck – 1998 130 pages Pau d’Arco is a traditional South American herb long revered for itsextraordinary healing …

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Candida

Pau d’arco is commonly recommended by herbalists to treat fungal, bacterial, and some parasitic infections. Initially, research showed that a compound in Pau d’arco, Lapachol, worked as an an effective anti-fungal and anti-viral. However, later …

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