The native Indians of Brazil, northern Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and other South American countries have used lapacho for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Also called the “tea of the Incas”, this herbal tea made from the inner bark of the pau d’arco tree has natural antibiotic properties and is also known to increase blood and bone marrow health, reduce pain as well as provide anti-ageing affects by inhibiting free radicals in the body. Lapacho tea does not contain caffeine, and it is rich in essential vitamins and minerals that help maintain health and vitality. Minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iodine, boron and barium can be found in this herbal tea.
Lapacho bark, coriander, cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, clove, ginger root, red rooibos, orange peel, anise seed, lemongrass, star anise, vanilla pieces, flavour
1-2 tsp 8 oz. cup 212°F 5-7 min.
Tried & Tested Tips
Use boiling water when preparing herbal teas.
For iced teas, use a little more tea or less water. May steep for longer without consequence.
Great with white sugar, brown sugar, sweetener, honey, agave and maple syrup.
Not suitable with dairy products.