Health Benefits of Pau D’arco or Tahari

Pau D’arco is a tall tree that grows in South America especially in the Amazon and the bark and wood of the tree has many healing qualities. Pau D’arco is great for pain, colds, flues, arthritis, and fevers.


Pau D’arco also is a great anti-bacterial agent that works for all kinds of bacterial infections. And Pau D’arco contains lapachol, which is great for gastric ulcers and irritation caused by taking too much aspirin.


Pau D’arco is a good anti-fungal and anti-yeast agent too… helping to contain candida infections. It promotes the production of white blood cells that scavenge up yeast and bacteria destroying them. And Pau D’ arco is just as effective as the drug ketoconazole for fungal and yeast infections.


Pau D’arco is also a great anti-viral agent making it great for fighting off disease such as Chagas Disease which very hard for modern medicine to cure.


And Pau D’arco is a good agent for pain, making it great for arthritis, toothaches, and backaches. And Pau D’arco has been used for years to protect the cardiovascular system and lower blood pressure, and treat poor circulation.


And there are studies showing that Pau D’arco may be a very good anti-cancer agent too!


The most common way to use Pau D’arco is to let the wood stand in a pitcher of water until the water is red, and then drink a glass every day for up to 7 days.


Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

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