Pau d’Arco – Tabebuia impetiginosa: Powerful Herbal Treatment for Long COVID and COVID-19

DISCLAIMER: CONSULT WITH A DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING ON A TREATMENT PLAN FOR LONG COVID OR ANY OTHER DISEASE.

NOTE: Not all Pau d’Arco products are made with the plant Tabebuia impetiginosa. Check ingredients labels and search specifically for the Tabebuia impetiginosa plant and use a product that contains the inner bark of this tree as an herbal Long Haul COVID treatment. Other Pau d’Arco species will not work as reliably as Tabebuia impetiginosa to cure Long Haul COVID and COVID-19 infection.

NOTE: Tabebuia impetiginosa should not be used by pregnant or lactating women.  

Tabebuia impetiginosa, also known a Pau d’Arco or Lapacho, is a tree that grows in Latin America. In 1967, doctors in Sao Paulo, Brazil prescribed Lapacho as a cure for cancer until Big Pharma became privy to this “problem” via the media which featured stories of people being cured of cancer by brewing the tea and drinking it daily. As news threatened to spread to the U.S., Big Pharma leaders headed south to slap doctors on the wrist for curing cancer. Doctors were threatened with the possibility of losing their licenses if they didn’t stop using a non-patentable, unprofitable, natural substance, Tabebuia impetiginosa, to cure the most profitable disease on the planet at that time: cancer. 

 

In Sao Paulo, when doctors withdrew the cancer cure from patients (in order to maintain their licenses so they could continue to practice medicine and feed their families), patients camped outside on the lawn at the hospital. Later, they went into the forests and ripped the inner bark from the Tabebuia impetiginosa trees. This caused the population of Pau d’Arco trees in Brazil to become threatened.

Pau d'Arco Tea from Butterfly Express (4oz package)

Pau d’Arco Tea from Butterfly Express

Today, very few people know about Tabebuia impetiginosa as a cure for COVID, cancer, or any other disease. The colloquial name for this species of the Pau d’Arco tree has been covered up by the use of Pau d’Arco plants that have practically no medicinal value whatsoever. People who have read about the miraculous healing properties of Pau d’Arco, often find that they drink the tea and it does them no good. The reason why is because there are many different species of Pau d’Arco trees. The one with the strongest medicinal value is the Tabebuia impetiginosa tree.

 

How to Use T. impetiginosa to Cure Long COVID

Pau d’Arco has been used successfully to cure and treat the following diseases and disorders:

 

    • Autoimmune Disorders / Autoimmunity
    • Pain
    • Cancer
    • Fever
    • Diarrhea / Dysentery
    • Intestinal problems 
    • Gastritis
    • Colitis
    • Snakebites
    • Weakened immune system 
    • Blood purification
    • High blood pressure
    • Diabetes
    • Inflammation (particularly in the digestive system) – Tabebuia impetiginosa has STRONG anti-inflammatory effects on the body
    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    • Arthritis 
    • Joint and muscle pain
    • Burns
    • Malaria
    • Skin disease
    • Trypanosomiasis
    • Brucellosis
    • Bladder problems / cystitis / urinary tract infection
    • Boils (applied externally)
    • Parasites
    • Headaches
    • H. pylori ulcers / Stomach ulcers
    • Bacterial infection
    • Viral infection
    • Fungal infection
    • Treatment of Systemic Candida albicans Infection
    • Allergies
    • Depression
    • Long COVID
    • Obesity
    • Psoriasis
    • Prostatitis
    • Toothaches
    • Back pain
    • Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)
    • Herpes Simplex Virus
    • Schistosomiasis
    • Influenza
    • Viral stomatis
    • More

 

Tabebuia impetiginosa is well-known as a treatment for cancer in some parts of the world even though its miraculous ability to cure cancer has mostly been covered up by Big Pharma. This author has used Tabebuia impetiginosa as a treatment for a number of different diseases. It has an extremely broad spectrum of action, so it is a go-to medicinal that I use when I run out of other options. It is a gentle treatment and the tea has a fairly mild, earthy taste. 

T. impetiginosa: Herbal COVID-19 Treatment

The inner bark of the T. impetiginosa tree can be used not only to treat an active COVID-19 infection, but it can also be used to prevent the development of Long COVID by modulating the immune system. Indeed, T. impetiginosa can lessen the effects of a COVID cytokine storm by inhibiting IL- 1beta and IL-6 while simultaneously working as an antiviral agent to directly kill the COVID virus. 

Pau d'Arco Inner Bark 545 mg - 180 Capsules Yeast Free by Nature's Way

Nature’s Way Pau d’Arco, 545mg

The inner bark of the T. Impetiginosa tree contains quinoids that have the ability to inhibit COVID virus replication. It damages the DNA and the RNA inside the viral protein. Once the DNA/RNA is damaged, it can’t insert itself into a human cell to replicate. 

How to Make T. impetiginosa Tea to Treat COVID-19 and Cure Long COVID

The recipe you’ll use to make Pau d’Arco tea from the actual inner bark (as opposed to tinctures) is the same whether you have an active COVID-19 infection or Long COVID. In either case, you’ll brew 2 tablespoons of the inner bark of Tabebuia impetiginosa with 3 cups of water (which is roughly the equivalent of a dose of T. impetiginosa for 1 day). 

  1. Begin by bringing the 3 cups of water to a boil.
  2. Reduce the heat down to a simmer before adding the T. impetiginosa.
  3. After adding the T. impetiginosa, set a timer for 20 minutes and let it simmer. 
  4. At 20 minutes, turn off the heat and let it cool.
  5. Enjoy!

Continue drinking the tea until you are completely recovered. Don’t take days off from it if you are treating COVID or Long Haul COVID. 

Today, very few people know about Tabebuia impetiginosa as a cure for COVID, cancer, or any other disease. The colloquial name for this species of the Pau d’Arco tree has been covered up by the use of Pau d’Arco plants that have practically no medicinal value whatsoever. People who have read about the miraculous healing properties of Pau d’Arco, often find that they drink the tea and it does them no good. The reason why is because there are many different species of Pau d’Arco trees. The one with the strongest medicinal value is the Tabebuia impetiginosa tree.

 

 

Other Important Links:

Pau d’Arco – Tabebuia impetiginosa for Cancer

A Medicine to Cure All COVID Variants: Using Resonant Frequencies and Rife Therapy to Cure Long COVID and COVID-19

The Small Encyclopedia of Antiviral Herbs for COVID: Find an Herbal Cure for COVID, Influenza, the Common Cold and More…

How to Prevent Long COVID after COVID-19 Infection: Modified Citrus Pectin

How to Cure Candida

Cinchona Bark / Quinine: A Powerful Herbal COVID Treatment

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