Amazonia

Pau D’Arco

Pau D’Arco is highly valued for it’s ability to detoxify the body, particularly, the liver, kidneys, and the intestinal tract. Read More

Muira Puama

Muira Puama is used to alleviate frigidity, infertility, menstrual disturbances, menstrual cramps and PMS. In South America it is used to fortify the stomach, intestines and nerves, and to ease exhaustion, stress and traumas. Read More

Acacia Catechu

Acacia Catechu useful in dental, oral, throat and tonsillar infections, and as an astringent for reducing oozing from chronic ulcers and wounds. Read More

Tayuya

Tayuya is being used by athletes to help remove lactic acid accumulations,greatly reducing the swelling and pain of over-exercised muscles. Read More

Suma

Suma with its varied applications – from cancer and sickle cell anemia to its sexual stimulant and tonic qualities – it is finally becoming more popular and well known in North American herbal medicine practices. Read More

Pau d’Arco, Taheebo

Lapacho (also known as Pau D’Arco, Ipe Roxa, and Taheebo) is used in the alternative treatment of cancer, AIDS, and Candida Albicans overgrowth and fungal problems as well as other diseases of the immune system. Read More

Jatoba

Jatoba seems to address energy is through supporting the liver, which is the heart of enzyme production and enzyme reconfiguration in your body Read More

Graviola

Graviola fruit and fruit juice are taken for worms and parasites, to cool fevers, to increase mother’s milk after childbirth, and as an astringent for diarrhea and dysentery. The crushed seeds are used against internal and external parasites, head lice, and worms. The bark, leaves, and roots are considered sedative, antispasmodic, hypotensive. Read More

Clavo Huasca

As an aphrodisiac, clavo huasca is traditionally prepared by macerating the vine bark and wood in alcohol. Read More

Chuchuhuasi

People along the Amazon believe that Chuchuhuasi is an aphrodisiac and tonic and the bark soaked in the local rum (aguardiente) is a popular jungle drink which is even served to tourists. Read More

Catuaba

Catuaba wakes up the male organs, but is also highly regarded as having a similar effect for women. In addition to these physiological effects, it also seems to reawaken the sexual visualization centers in the brain, resulting in renewal of middle-of-the-night “honeymooner” amorousness. Read More

Cats Claw

Cat’s claw has grown quite popular in the natural products industry and is mostly taken today to boost immune function, as an all over tonic and preventative to stay healthy, for arthritis and inflammation, for bowel and colon problems, and as an complementary therapy for cancer. Read More

Amor Seco

Amor Seco tea is used as a blood cleanser; to detoxify the body from environmental toxins and chemicals; as a urinary tract cleanser; and to treat ovarian and uterine problems such as inflammation and irritation, vaginal discharges, and hemorrhages. Read More

Aphrodisias

Of the long list of traditional Amazon herbs to choose from, we are most interested in a select few of these – the ones where their uses by indigenous people parallels their uses by modern people, and matches sophisticated scientific and clinical research. Read More