Support for issues involving fungi or yeast. Also to referred to as Taheebo, the dried inner bark of Pau d'Arco has been traditionally used as a tea during cold months.
Pau d'Arco bark has active principles, mainly lapachol, quercetin and other flavonoids.
Contains: Pau d'Arco bark, organic grain alcohol, distilled water.
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