1. Pau d’Arco

2. Vanilla

3. Chancapiedra

4. Chaparral

5. Sacha Jergon

Paul Dak

Pau D’Arco (Avellanedae or Tabebuia Impetiginosa) is the inner bark of the majestic Amazonian flowering tree. The pau d’arco tree can grow up to 30 meters in height, with roots up to 3 meters in diameter.

The indigenous people noticed that the St. Paul tree would not rot even if it died. Pau d’arco bark contains inherent chemical agents that can fight fungi and mold, even in some of the wettest environments on earth. This is probably the way and why the indigenous people began to use bark medicinally to fight fungal diseases.

Pau d’Arco is a wonderful herb with many documented properties that may help provide the following benefits:

Improve diseases related to toxic blood, such as acne, hepatitis, allergies and asthma caused by the environment, and poisons that attack the liver.

Stimulates the immune system to such an active level that it has traditionally been used as the main treatment for viruses such as influenza, herpes or hepatitis.

As a systemic antifungal agent, it eliminates Candida and Candida type problems in the body by stimulating the body’s own Candida scavenger.

Inhibit cell mutations induced by free radicals, especially cell mutations in the blood or skin. It may also reduce the spread of mutant cells and the formation of new malignant growths.

Balance blood sugar levels and reduce the amount of insulin needed by diabetic patients.

Pau d’Arco tea is an excellent base for cocoa drinks. Just add cocoa beans or cocoa nibs and mix. Also add some form of sweetener (such as raw yam syrup, agave cactus nectar, stevia, honey, fruit, etc.) to make a delicious drink; but please note that the more sweeteners you use, the more pau d The worse the effect of’arco.

Pau d’Arco tea has a wonderful flavor and natural sweetness, but it does not contain sugar. Pau d’Arco is an excellent herbal basis for all teas. Try to mix it with other herbs.

Dosage: 10 grams can brew 1-2 liters of tea. You can add 3.5 grams of herbal cat’s claw to pau d’arco tea to make traditional Shipibo Peruvian tea.

Note: Like many herbs, excessive amounts of Pau d’Arco tea may cause cramps, nausea or intestinal discomfort. However, there is no report in the scientific literature on the dangers of ingesting Pau d’Arco tea. Pau d’Arco tea has been used by humans for thousands of years.

Pau d’Arco tea recipe:

Pau D’Arco (10 grams)

Cat’s claw (3.5 g)

Chinese wolfberry (20 g)

Chancapiedra (3 grams)

1 raw vanilla bean

(This can make 2 liters of healing tea, the effect is extraordinary after refrigeration)

Vanilla bean

The pods grown from the delicate flowers of vanilla orchid produce one of the most delicious scents in the world. Vanilla beans (pods) are the only pickled dried fruit of orchids that can bear fruit. Although there are approximately 150 species of vanilla orchids, only a few are used for commercial purposes.

Vanilla is one of the oldest and most expensive spices and one of the most familiar. It is known for its flavor-enhancing qualities and aromatic uses.

One of the health benefits of vanilla claimed by the ancients is that it can be used as an aphrodisiac. In the 1700s, doctors recommended drinking it as an infusion or tincture to increase its effectiveness in men.

Studies have shown that vanilla can help people fall asleep faster and enter a deep REM sleep or dreaming state.

When buying vanilla, look for beans that are hand-planted and picked without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers and only pickled in the sun. In addition, many vanilla beans are blanched in hot water to start the curing process, which is the best ever. Stay away from vanilla extract, especially artificial vanilla extract, because when vanilla is processed into this form, it will lose its health-promoting herbal properties. When you want the real vanilla flavor, there is nothing like using whole raw vanilla beans!

Suggested use: Use for all your favorite raw foods, including chocolate drinks, smoothies and desserts. If you have a Vita Mix or other powerful blender, you can (using kitchen scissors) cut the whole bean pieces directly into your mix (beans, flavor and nutrition are further). You can also add half of the vanilla bean along with other herbs to any tea recipe for a delicious and smooth taste. Another way to use vanilla is to separate the beans lengthwise, scrape out thousands of small black seeds, and add them to your dishes.

Money cappedra

Chancapiedra (Phyllanthus niruri) is one of the most important super herbs found in the entire herbal history because it can directly fight calcium-forming organisms called nanobacteria. Nanobacteria are related to inflammation and the production of “bad calcium” in the human body. Almost all diseases known to humans, mammals, reptiles and birds are related to calcification. Calcification is the excessive production of “bad calcium” due to the growth of nanobacteria.

Chancapiedra’s name means “stone crusher” because it can break down calcium phosphate crystals (bad calcium). The historical use of this super herb in achieving excellent gallbladder and kidney health has been well studied. In South America, Chancapiedra is also known for many other therapeutic properties, including helping: malaria symptoms, fever, flu, relieving liver depression, improving digestion, and even acting as a mild laxative and analgesic.

Note: People suffering from heart disease or taking prescription heart medications should consult their healthcare practitioner before taking this super herbal medicine. This super herb is generally not recommended for people with symptoms of hypoglycemia.


The bush is a desert plant that contains a powerful substance called NDGA (Nordihydrogualaric acid). The active ingredients are in the leaves and can be soaked in water for one hour; then this cold jungle tea is taken orally or topically applied to the skin or hair. Chaparral is also known for its ability to relieve arthritis pain and contains effective antioxidants that can work throughout the body to help reduce inflammation.

Suggested use of Jungle:

Cold brew noni leaf tea and shrubs. Both Noni Leaf and Chaparral contain a wide range of antioxidants, which work together to help protect our cells from free radical damage. To make a higher antioxidant beverage, use this cold tea as a base for smoothies or sauces made with raw cocoa.

Both Chuchuhuasi and Chaparral have the potential to relieve arthritis pain. Simmer 3 cups of water and 2 teaspoons of Chuchu flower silk, then simmer for another hour. At the end of the hour, add 2 teaspoons of Chaparral tea to this tea. Cool to room temperature, strain and drink slowly throughout the day.

Sasha Gergon

Sacha Jergon is one of the main herbs in traditional Amazonian herbalism. Sacha Jergón helps to increase the effectiveness of the herbs used with it, and it may be one of the best liver supporting and rejuvenating herbs in the world. This perennial herb grows in low altitude areas from the Amazon Basin to the Andes. The active ingredient of this herb is found in the off-white roots of tubers. In its native habitat, the roots are ground into powder in cold water and then drink immediately to obtain the highest level of healing effect. This herb is named for its effectiveness against snake venom.

Sacha Jergón is an activator of other herbs and a liver repair agent. Sacha Jergón provides the key to unlock the potential of Amazon’s many extremely rich herbs. Sacha Jergón can be used with any combination of herbs to help boost immunity, cleanse the body and restore optimal health.

Note: When choosing Sacha Jergon, look for sustainably harvested and wild processed products.

The raw Sacha Jergón powder form can be easily mixed into any juice, smoothie or beverage. This herb is traditionally used for cold water soaking, so no special preparation is required. Sacha Jergón mixes easily with cold water and has a mild sweetness. Sacha Jergón can even be mixed with raw cocoa beans into smoothies to increase the antioxidant and heart-opening effect of raw chocolate.

Source by David Wolfe

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