Pau d'Arco


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Pau d'Arco

(pow dăr′koo) [Portuguese]
The inner bark of the Tabebuia avellanedae, an evergreen tree of the rain forests of Central and South America. It is marketed as a tea that is promoted as a treatment for cancer, fungal diseases, inflammation, and pain.
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Tabebuia sp (Pau d'arco) apresenta funcionalidade para gastrite.
(87), (88) Preparations made from the inner bark of Pau d'arco are presumed by herbal experts to be more effective than those made from the outer bark.
O reflorestamento foi implantado em fevereiro de 2006 no municipio de Pau d'Arco (07[degrees]49' S, 50[degrees]02'O; 200 m acima do nivel do mar), PA, em area total de 22,4 ha situada entre os subtipos climaticos Af3, entre 2000 e 2500 mm, e Aw4, entre 1500 e 2000 mm, segundo classificacao de Koppen, sendo mais proxima do segundo (SECTAM, 2004).
Our data confirmed the occurrence of a Mayaro fever outbreak in the Pau D'Arco settlement.
Augusto dos Anjos (Engenho Pau D'Arco, Paraiba, 1884--Leopoldina, Minas Gerais, 1914) foi um poeta bastante singular.
A Post reader reports that drinking several cups of Pau d'Arco tea every day helps prevent her yeast infections.
PAU D'ARCO ( used to treat fungal infections and candida.
Products include typical South American botanical extracts, such as acerola, cat's claw, catuaba, guarana, maca puama, pau d'arco, suma (Brazilian ginseng) and yerba mate, as well as spray dried fruit and vegetable powders and cereal grasses, such as barley grass, wheat grass and alfalfa.
Also, garlic, cayenne, echinacea and pau d'arco will destroy harmful bacteria and germs common with the West Nile Virus and other infections.
Ipe, pau d'arco, ipe tabaco, bethabara, lapacho, ebene vert, amata prieto, ironwood, greenheart, amapa, cortez, guayacan, guayacan polvillo, flor amarillo, madera negra, tahuari, lapacho negro, Brazilian walnut.
"Our hotel is small, like a home," says Dos Santos about the 10 executive rooms housed in the Quilombo's stone and pau d'arco wood colonial-period building.