In Order To Lose Weight You May Try The Herb Taheebo, which can be found in Morlife Herbal Tea!
Taheebo, or Pau d’Arco, is the common name for the inner bark of the Red or Purple Lapacho tree. This tree grows high in the Andes of the South American rainforest. The Red Lapacho’s purple-colored inner bark was one of the main medicines used by the Incas and has been used for over 1,000 years by the Callawaya tribe, descendants of the Incas. These native tribes use Taheebo topically to address a variety of undesirable skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis, fungal infections and skin cancers. It is taheebo’s anti-cancer properties that have lead to its potential in the treatment of a wide variety of cancers and tumors.
Taheebo is associated with anemia, a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells, according to the UMMC. Additionally, taheebo has blood-thinning effects. Drinking taheebo tea can increase the risk of abnormal bleeding and bruising, and anyone taking medication with anticoagulant effects should be cautious about drinking taheebo tea. These medications include warfarin, heparin, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin and ibuprofen. The herb ginkgo biloba also has blood-thinning effects.
The Taheebo tree is an evergreen tree with rosy colored flowers belonging to the bignonia family. There are approximately 100 known species. The medicinal part used is the bark -specifically the inner lining of the bark called the phloem.
History: Taheebo has been promoted for many years as an anticancer herb, and lay reports have claimed efficacy in a variety of cancers. Antifungal and antibiotic properties are also claimed in promotional literature, with both topical and oral dosing for candidiasis.
The anti-inflammatory activity of the extracts of the taheebo has been confirmed at least in rats during trails conducted on the extract. The resistance of animal bodies to certain ulcers was also increased by the extract according to the researchers. Human blood cells were also studied in the laboratory during research trials, and the compound lapachol was found to possess effective immuno-suppressant effects when given at higher doses and it also induced immuno-stimulating activity at low doses in all patients.