The Pau D'Arco P.E. 4:1 that we provide meets all
nutraceutical benefits of Pau D'Arco P.E. 4:1 -
along with the advantages of a product of the
highest quality and purity.
Tabebuia avellanedae known as Pau D’arco is a tree native to South America. It is traditionally used to treat a varied of inflammations, fever, fatigue, tiredness, and dysentery. Pau D’arco contains lapachol and beta-lapachone, two naphthoquinones with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti fungi, and antiparasitic activities in vitro tests.
Pau D’Arco P.E. 4:1 – No Colorant can be used to make fortified beverages, nutraceuticals drink, infusions, and for the preparation of nutraceuticals formulation.
Now, The Green Labs LLC. offers the best Pau D’Arco P.E. 4:1 – No Colorant from Tabebuia avellanedae cultivated and manufactured in our industrial plant in Brazil.
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