Relieves itching and pain.
Helps with acne, eczema, boils, fungal infections, hemorrhoids, psoriasis, poison ivy, snakebites, and wounds.
Relieves a variety of inflammatory skin diseases and infections.
May help remove warts.
How It Works
Pau d’Arco bark comes from a tree that makes its habitat predominantly in Argentina and Brazil, but which also grows in other tropical areas. The trees grow as tall as 30 meters, and are alo known by the name Taheebo. Unlike other trees in the area, pau d’arco does not develop fungus growth. The tree bark was one of the major plants used to promote health and immunity among the Incas, and its use has continued among the Callawaya tribe of Indians in South America. Pau d’Arco contains a chemical called lapachol, which may provide nutritional support to the immune system. The bark is harvested by being stripped by hand in vertical strips form the ground up about 6 to 7 feet, leaving enough bark intact to ensure the life of the tree. Traditionally Pau d’Arco has been helpful with fungal and parasitic infection.
Aloe vera gel (Aloe barbadensis), pau d’arco extract (Tabebuia heptaphylla), deionized water, stearyl alcohol, stearic acid, glyceryl stearate, grape seed oil (Vitis vinifera), rose hips oil (Rosa canina), phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, propylparaben, and allantoin.
Pau D’Arco Lotion has been formulated for convenient topical cosmetic application. Apply to skin. For external use only.