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Anyone tried this herb ( bark ) from Brazil ?
How did you take it and what benefits did it have ?
 
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Hi David,

Did you mean Lapacho (Handroanthus impetiginosus) sometimes also called Pau d'arco?  I have used it, I drank it as a tea from time to time as I happened to like its taste.  I don't think I derived any benefits from it as I wasn't taking it for that purpose but It is supposed to have many properties including cancer healing properties.
 
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