Herb - Pau D'Arco
Our Lapacho tea comes from the tree Tabebuia avellanedae
. There are nearly 200 species of Tabebuia, and not all contain the same chemical composition. The active substance in Lapacho is Lapachol. Our Lapacho tea undergoes an inspection and analyzed.
The part used for production of Lapacho tea is the inner bark. The tree grows in South America and is a resilient tree native to Amazonas.
Lapacho is also known as Inca tea, because it was used by Indians as a beverage for thousands of years, and is thought to have descended from the Inca culture.
Lapacho is a relatively tasty herbal tea. Slightly sweet and a taste of bark.
Light sweetness, tones of bark.
Inner bark of the Lapacho tree.
Use about 2.5 gram tea, let simmer with lid on in 4 dl water for 20 minutes.