100% PURE - no addictives, preservatives, enhancers, etc
Take 2 capsules 3 x day between meals,
the best way is to open the capsule and put the contents into a bit of
water, mix and drink
Boil 1 liter of spring or distilled water. After boiling water, pour a
shallow tea spoon (~3.5 grams) into the boiling water and let it boil on a
very low heat for 5 to 10 minutes. Pour everything into a thermos, put a
lid on (tide it) and leave it overnight. In the morning strain /drain it
and drink the complete liter dividing it in 3 or 4 different dosages
during the day, between meals (on the empty stomach).
Parts used: bark and steams
Anti-rheumatic, Anti-arthritic, Aphrodisiac, Effective Pain Reliever,
Relaxant,is, Spondilitis, Osteo-arthritis and Ostheorticular Diseases,
Adrenal Supportive, Immune stimulant, Relaxant, lowers
High Cholesterol, taken together with Caihua/Caigua
rejuvenates & reduces Cellulites.
Action/Usage: Very effective Pain Reliever (Back, Muscles, Menstrual, Stomach,
Fever, Rheumatism, Skin Tumors,
diseases of bones and joints,
Bark maceration considered
for upset stomach,
muscle relaxant, aphrodisiac, very effective
pain-reliever, adrenal support, insect repellant, immune system stimulant.
main use is in a cordial or liquor. Bark decoction used for dysentery.
A shot of chuchuhuasi with aguardiente and honey was given many
eco-tourists on departure from the Iquitos airport in 1991.
Aril of a
Brazilian species contained 8,500 ppm caffeine.
Boiled stems for arthritis
and rheumatism, under M. Laevis). Under the name M. Ebenifolia, Maxwell
mentions the “chuchuhuasi” as an effective insect repellent.
“Chuchuhuasi” is probably the best known of all jungle remedies, in
Colombia as well as in Peru used as Aphrodisiac,
anti-rheumatic and muscle relaxant medicine.
||The work of
Rosita Arvigo and Michael Balick to bring the knowledge of
the Mayan healers to the Western reader deserves due credit.