Lapacho - Repairs genetic disorders
Pure Herbs Liquid Extract used Historically for "Bad Cells" and "bad cells" preventative (in South America), repairs genetic disorders
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Common Names: Lapacho, Pau d' arco, Taheebo, Ipe roxo, Tecoma.
Parts Used: The inner bark.
Bodily Influences: Experienced herbalists consider that both the Tabebuia altissima (purple flowered) and Tabebuia avellanedae (red flowered) varieties should be mixed together for the best possible effects. South American medical doctors proclaim nothing short of miracles for quick relief of pain for cancers of all types as well as their cure within one month in many cases.
South American Indians made known a tree which they have used for thousands of years to cure their people. The first was the Cinchona tree bark which yields quinine and cures malaria. Lapacho taken as a boiled tea three times per day (one heaping teaspoonful of the bark to make one cup of the tea) is reported to be their method.
The extract is possibly many times stronger if made properly. The chemistry of Lapacho is quite well known to the scientific world. Dr. Frederick Koch, M.D., used substances from the tree bark called quinones during the 1930's in Detroit, Michigan, with astonishing results to cure even advanced cancer cases before going to South America in order to continue his practice. He especially used a single quinone, which he described as oxidizing or burning up the encapsulated pockets of stagnant cancer-causing points. He reports in this way he was able to provide oxygen for the breath of life to continue for the patient.
Lapacho actually has 16 quinones never before discovered together in nature. The jungle Lapacho tree is completely immune to fungus infections unlike other trees. According to Alec de Montmorency, expert on exotic folk remedies, it should not be thought that Lapacho's abilities are confined to cancer, . He has collected medical information during the last 20 years on the use of Lapacho in various South American countries. He reports the following list of problems that medical doctors using Lapacho have solved: Anemia, leukemia, cancer of all types, lupus, inflammation of the reproductive organs, Hodgkin's disease, Parkinson's disease, colitis, arteriosclerosis, gastric problems, leukorrhea, cystits, hemorrhages, prostate inflammation, polyps, psoriasis and eczema.
Recommended Dosage: South American information indicates 40 to 80 drops of the extract in a cup of water three to four times per day. 20 drops per day as a preventative.
Directions on label: For adults, mix 2 ml of extract in 2 oz (60 ml) of water one time daily preferably with a meal.
References: Dr. Frederick Koch, M.D., "Malignant Neoplasms;" Alec de Montmorency, M.D., Press Release; Dr. Theodoro Meyer, M.D., University of Tucuman, Argentina; Dr. Octaviano Gaiarsa, M.D., Municipal Hospital of Sao Paulo, Brazil; Dr. Prats Ruiz, M.D., Concepcion, Chili.