Lapacho Tea - 3.5 oz. Dry Herbs
SKU: SB:Lapacho Tea
Why You Need It
Lapacho Tea from Brazil, bulk inner bark with a woodsy, earthy taste. Also known as Pau D'Arco (Portuguese name), Taheebo and Ipe Roxo (South American tribal names).
Contains no sugar, no animal products, no GMOs and no fillers. Non-irradiated.
These ingredients are not powdered but are dried herbs, seeds, roots, bark, and berries. It is recommended to soak the ingredients in pure or distilled water overnight before simmering in the morning to get all the properties and benefits.
This tea contains 32 Tablespoons or 96 teaspoons dry tea.
This will make 96 to 200 cups of tea depending on strength.
1.Soak 1 teaspoon of dry tea in a covered pot with 2-3 cups water and bring to a boil over medium heat.
2.Turn down to low and simmer for 10-15 minutes more.
3. Remove from heat and let infuse further for 10-20 minutes.
4. Drink fresh daily, 2 - 3 cups a day.
1. Soak 2 Tablespoons of dry tea in 1 quart of water up to 4 hrs.
2. Bring just to a boil in a covered pot and immediately turn down to simmer for 15 minutes.
3. Take off the heat and let sit for 10-20 minutes more. Drink throughout the day. Best used within 24 hours.
4. Drink 3 times a day, 1-2 cups each time.
Extender tips to make your bag of tea last longer:
~Soaked herbs and water can be ground in a blender before simmering to make a stronger dose of tea.
Start with mild tea, using 1 teaspoon of Lapacho bark per 2-3 cups of water to see if there are any side effects you may experience. If not, increase the strength of the tea gradually to 2 teaspoons of bark for 3 cups of water or 1 Tablespoon for 4 cups of water. You could possibly increase again to 2 Tablespoons for a quart of water. Stop at the strength that provides a tonic that makes you feel good, and not uncomfortable. Drink this tea for 4-5 weeks on, then take 3-4 weeks off before starting again.
Not for use by children, pregnant or nursing women.
If you are taking medications or have a serious health condition consult your doctor before using.
In excess, may cause nausea, dizziness, vomiting, and diarrhea.
May prolong blood clotting time, or cause bleeding especially if taking medications or herbs to thin the blood. Stop at least 2 weeks before surgery.