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pau d’arco

Herbal medicine
Any of a family of trees native to Central and South America, the inner bark of which is anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. It has been used for indigestion, infections (bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral), smoker’s cough, and arthritis; anecdotal reports suggest that pau d’arco may be useful for AIDS, malaria and cancer.

lapacho,

n See pau d'arco.
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In the tropical regions lapacho has proved to be highly effective in controlling such scourges as schistosomiasis -- a riverborn parasite -- which is estimated to afflict 300 million people and Chagas' disease, better known as 'sleeping sickness', which is transmitted by the tetse fly.
Though no formal process has begun, President has received encouraging levels of interest in its Paraguay assets from major industry players following discovery of contingent resources at Lapacho and significantly de-risked neighbouring prospects.
En el 2005, Teodora Tejerina (5) denuncia la violacion de su hija menor de edad, Estela Tejerina, por su concubino y padrastro de la nina, llamado Fabian Ruiz (denominado Qatu), tambien wichi, ambos de la comunidad Lapacho Mocho.
Segun la distribucion potencial actual, tras eliminar las areas deforestadas y teniendo en cuenta la presencia de areas protegidas que garantizan un menor grado de perturbacion humana, las zonas mas recomendables para encontrar nuevas localidades de esta especie serian el centro-sur del Parque Nacional (PN) Iguazu, el oeste del Parque Provincial (PP) Urugua-i y las Reservas Privadas (RP) Tomo, Itacuarahy y Lapacho Cue (Figs.
It has been collected from 15 host plants, Avena sativa (cultivated oat), Saccharum officinalis (sugarcane), Sorghum halepense (Johnson grass), Zea mays (corn), Tritricum aestivun (wheat), Bromus unioloides (rescuegrass) (Poaceae), Dahlia pinnata (dahlia) (Asteraceae), Tabebuia lapacho (yellow palmer trumpettree) (Bignoniaceae), Ipomaea sp.
Ipe, which is also known as iron-wood, is one of many commercial names used for the Lapacho group of trees from various species of Tabebuia.
Una de las maderas mas apreciadas era el cedro; otras tambien muy valoradas eran lapacho, yvyraro, urundey, timbo, petereby, palo santo, tatare, curupay y palma.
Located along North 1st Street, the south facing townhouses are over 2,000 s/f with high ceilings and lapacho wood floors.
Durante la epoca colonial, las misiones jesuiticas alentaron la constitucion de los primeros obrajes forestales, permitiendo asi la explotacion en pequena escala de maderas nativas de ley --cedro (Cedrus libani), lapacho (Tabebuia avellanedae), incienso (Incensum incensum), guatambu (Balfourodendron riedelianum), peteribi (Cordia trichotoma), urunday (Astronium fraxinifolium), canafistola (Cassia fistula).
El "Bosque en galeria" ya formado esta representado (principalmente en la zona de confluencia Paraguay-Parana) por especies como el Ibirapita (Peltophorum vogelianum), Lapacho negro (Tabebuia ipe), Timbo colorado (Enterolobium contortosiliquum), Laurel (Nectandra falcifolia), Sauce criollo (Salix humboldtiana), Espina corona (Gleditsia amorphoides), Ibira puita-i (Ruprechtia laxiflora) y otros.
Paint Benjamin Moore's Wethersfield Moss and Moonlight White 38% Dark Beige and Indian White 36% Kendall Charcoal and Glacier White 26% Flooring Armstrong Lapacho in Natural 39% Cabreuva in Natural 37% Oneida plank in Sienna 24% Lighting YLighting Non Random fiberglass and Perseo suspension lamps 40% Six-light chandelier and chrome pendants 38% Drum-shade and glass pendants 22%
Pau d'arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa, also known as lapacho or taheebo) is an Amazon rainforest tree with astringent, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties.