Pau d’ arco has crystalline oxygen infused in it’s inner bark, which is rich in:
Vitamins A, B-complex and C
We all know the undesired side effects of prescription antibiotics. They are destroying beneficial bacteria in our gastrointestinal tract or becoming ineffective because of bacterial mutation. That said, pau d’arco is a powerful and effective natural alternative for antibiotics. As many other natural health care remedies, it has also multiple general health benefits beyond the specific intended purpose.
For example, if you use pau d’arco for relieving a cold, you will also benefit from it’s cleansing action of blood and liver, fighting of yeast infection, elimination of intestinal parasites, etc.
As pau d’arco has an antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal action which stimulates the immune system and fights diseases, people of South America have used it for treating:
Fatigue, heart and poor blood circulation.
Pau d’arco has a high iron content that contributes to the elimination of wastes, the assimilation of nutrients and increasing oxygen supply to needed areas of the body. It helps to tone, balance and strengthen the heart, to improve hemoglobin and red blood cell corpuscles. Therefore, you can use it to balance high blood pressure and to relief chronic fatigue.
Boosts immune system. As a preventative, it helps to build your immune system, because it stimulates the macrophages that fight diseases. By improving the health of your blood and it’s flow you greatly increase the effectiveness of your immune system.
Fungal infections. Pau d’arco contains selenium which is one of your body’s natural defenses against fungus, yeast infections, vaginally as well as for topical skin treatment. So, it`s antifungal properties aids in the elimination of candida and fungi that promotes athlete’s foot and other skin infections.
Arthritis and rheumatism. Pau d’arcos blood cleaning qualities makes it an excellent anti-allergy, anti-rheumatic, astringent, and cardiotonic agent.
Sexually transmitted diseases
Tuberculosis, pneumonia, strep and dysentery.