Origin of Lapacho tea
Lapacho tea consists of the inner bark of the Lapacho tree, which is peeled off and grated once or twice a year. The lapacho tree (Tabebuia avellaneda or Tabebuia impetiiginosa) is found across much of South and Central America. There are dozens of regional subspecies of this plant. It is very adaptable, robust and relatively undemanding.
The infusion from the Lapacho bark is very tasty, pleasantly smoky, reminiscent of vanilla and a little bit of cinnamon.
Lapacho tea and its effects
It has been proven that Lapacho tea contains many vitamins, minerals and plant substances such as calcium, potassium and iron as well as - in addition to the bioactive substance 'lapachol' - also trace elements such as barium, strontium, iodine and boron. Lapacho tea has an antibacterial and diuretic effect , antifungal and anti-inflammatory.
Lapacho tea is used as a medicinal and pleasure tea, especially for many chronic problems.
Which AgilNature® products contain Lapacho?
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Lübeck, Walter: Healing with Lapacho tea, the healing power of the "divine tree", wind horse.