(Alecrim de vaqueiro), Melochia tomentosa (Candieiro), Tabebuia sp (Pau d'arco
), Cereus jamacaru (Mandacaru), Libidibia ferrea (Pau ferro), Hymenaea coubaril (Jatoba), Parapiptadenia zehntneri (Angico) e Jatropha mutabilis (Pinhao brabo).
Proteka-a potent combination of stone root, Oregon grape root, saw palmetto berry, pau d'arco
bark, L-lysine HCL, wormseed, wintergreen leaf, olive leaf, L-glutamic acid, wormwood herb, male fern, motherwort, African bird's eye, chili pepper, 90,000 hu, oregano Greek, yarrow flower, malva flower (black), L-aspartic acid, cellulose.
Teas included Pau d'Arco
, Quebra Pedra, Graviola, Yerba Mate, Cat's Claw, Damiana; as well as lesser known South American botanicals.
(Tabehuia impetiginosa)--Pau d'arco is a genus of tropical plants native to the rain forests of Central and South America.
Neste trabalho, propos-se avaliar a ocorrencia de insetos em reflorestamentos experimentais com tres especies florestais no municipio de Pau d'Arco
, no Para, destacando-se as ocorrencias com maior potencial de danos e associa-las a sazonalidade e desenvolvimento das plantas.
Combinations of echinacea, calendula and pau d'arco
tinctures will boost the immune system helping to prevent further outbreaks and thuja cream will deal with the current wart.
Of special note are the subsections on herbs and cancer (including the unproven anticancer herbs including apricot pits, Pau d'Arco
, and Mistletoe).
Adequate probiotics (up to 200 billion organisms per day), and natural antifungals such as pau d'arco
, garlic, oregano, and caprylic acid are great adjuncts.
In February 2008, an outbreak of a dengue-like illness was reported in the Pau D'arco
settlement, 38 km from Belem, Para state, in the Brazilian Amazon (online Appendix Figure, available from www.cdc.gov/EID/ content/15/11/1830-appF.htm).
, grapefruit seed extract, caprylie acid, and oregano oil are all excellent anti-fungals to control Candida.
Long-time students of Gerson will appreciate new additions to the therapy, such as chromium, selenium, and pau d'arco
. Chapters 5 and 6, supported by 175 references, discuss how chronic disease is primarily caused by what we do to ourselves.