Research shows Jatoba bark effective in treating arthritus,
candidia, fungual problems, athlets foot, yeast infections
and nail fungus. It also strengthens the immune system
and raises white blood cells and reduces arthritus. The
Jatoba tree does not have any fungus growing on it like
almost every other tree in the rain forest.
report shows Jatoba aids in treating arthritus and improving
the immune system (1), (3), (4)
Research report shows Jatoba increases white blood cells
also contains terpene and phenolic chemicals which are
responsible for protecting the tree from fungi in the
rainforest. In fact, the jatobá tree is one of
the few trees in the rainforest that sports a completely
clean trunk bark, without any of the usual mold and fungus
found on many other trees in this wet and humid environment.
These antifungal terpenes and phenolics have been documented
in several studies over the years and the antifungal activity
of jatobá is attributed to these chemicals."
"...and for many fungal and yeast problems such as
candida, athlete's foot, yeast infections and stubborn
nail fungus. It is a wonderful, helpful natural remedy
from an important and ancient rainforest resource."
antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-fatigue, anti-inflammatory,
antioxidant, anti-spasmodic, astringent, decongestant,
diuretic, expectorant, hepato-protective, laxative, stimulant,
stomachic, tonic vermifuge Jatobá bark has shown
excellent results with acute- and chronic cystitis and
prostatitis. These chronic conditions more often are fungal
in nature rather than bacterial. " (6)
Use: This plant is best prepared as a decoction. Use one
teaspoon of powder for each cup of water. Bring to a boil
and gently boil in a covered pot for 20 minutes. Allow
to cool and settle for 10 minutes and strain warm liquid
into a cup (leaving the settled powder in the bottom of
the pan). It is traditionally taken in 1 cup dosage, 2-3
times daily. This decoction has also been traditionally
used externally on the skin and as a douche. Contraindications:
Not to be used during pregnancy or breast-feeding. Drug
Interactions: None known. Other Practitioner Observations:
Jatoba can provide a significant energy lift to some people.
Take prior to 4 pm to avoid sleep disturbances."
tree bark from a tree from South America,
helps stop viruses, bacteria and fungus. It also boosts
CRH levels. The Jotoba tree in the South America jungle
is the only tree that does not have fungus and mould
growing on its trunk or around it. Every other tree
will be covered with fungi and mould. It is this authors
belief that fungus, yeist and bacteria are an underlying
cause of metabolic myheim.
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|| Kills toe nail fungus and athletes
||Used to treat candidia fungus. Reported to work
great for vaganial infections.
|used to treat bronchial problems
||As mentioned above it is a strong mould remidy.
|used for respretary and colds such as sinus problems
||Stimulates CRH levels. Do not take if you are on
an antidepressant and it is working for you, it may
accelerate the affects of the antidepressant and may
cause adverse reactions particularly those in the
high levels such as mania.
|used for bladder infections
||used as an antibiotic
||Very potent in protection and increasing function
||used for intestional problems
||used to kill parasites
| mildly laxative
|fights free radicals
||It is a antioxidant