The cuachalalate's bark is highly sought after. In Latin America, the bark of the tree is decocted in water and taken as a tea. Cuachalalate is typically consumed as a tea or often mixed with other herbs depending on the health or flavor needs.
Support Gastrointestinal Health*
May help with Liver problems*
Alleviates digestive pain and renal discomfort*
May help relief from urinary and kidney discomfort*
Support Oral Health*
Directions: Add at least 2 barks in 8-10oz of water. Bring water (with bark) to a boil over a medium fire, then reduce to low and simmer for another 5-15 minutes. Strain and pour into cups. Drink twice a day as needed.
Usually Prepared With: Cancerina, Dandelion leaf, Dandelion root, Milk Thistle seed or Yellow Dock root.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult with a healthcare professional before using any herbal remedy.