Lapacho (Tabebuia impetiginosa) tea is called the “tea of the Incas.” This herbal tea, which is popular in South America. It is made from the inner bark of the lapacho tree called the Pink Ipe. Lapacho trees grow in South America, from the Caribbean to the southern ends of Argentina. Due to the beautiful flowers and spreading tree crowns, they are grown as decorative plants in parks and gardens.
Native Indians living in the Amazon jungle considered Lapacho to be a divine tree and had great respect for it. The drink prepared on the basis of Lapacho Bark has a bitter taste and brown colour. The aroma of Inca tea is characterized by a 'grassy' note.
How To Use Lapacho Bark Health Embassy
1 tsp of Lapacho Bark should be brewed in 1 glass (200ml) of water for 8-10 minutes. After this time strain the tea.
Aluminium kitchenware should not be used for the preparation of the extract.
1-2 tsp of Lapacho Bark pour 200ml of water and bring it to boil. Simmer it for 5 minutes, then let it stand covered for 10-15 minutes to brew. After this time strain the mixture.
The cooled decoction can also be used externally to wash the skin.
50g of Lapacho Bark pour 250ml of 70% spirit, stir and set aside in a dark place for 14 days. Every 48 hours shake it well. After two weeks, filter and pour into a clean bottle.
50g of Lapacho Bark pour 250ml of red, dry wine, shake it and allow to macerate for 30 days. Every two days shake it well. After 1 month, strain the liquid.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.