Pau d’Arco Infusion Health Benefits
The high slopes of the Andes mountains are home to the pau d’Arco tree, a flowering tree native to South America. Pau d’Arco trees make up a large portion of the forest canopy with their widespread branches, stretching higher than 125 feet. Their treetops decorate the forest canopy layer in attractive pink and purple flowers. In South America, these trees are a valuable commodity. Their beauty is often sought after for ornamental landscaping, and their sturdy wood is used for a variety of purposes. The inner bark is also the part of the tree used to create a potent herbal tea. This tea is sometimes called lapacho or taheebo, and is believed to be as old as the Incan empire. Pau d’Arco tea also carries a number of important constituents, and is best complemented by a zesty hint of lemon.
Where does Pau d’Arco Tea Come From?
Pau d’Arco Infusion from Buddha Teas offers pau d’arco tea made from the bark of the pau d’arco tree, which has been sustainably harvested straight from its native forests in South America. This Pau d’Arco tea is packaged in bleach-free tea bags, and includes no additives, fillers or unwanted chemicals of any kind.