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RIO AMAZON Pau D`Arco (Lapacho) 5:1 Extract - 120 x 500mg Vegicaps

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Product code: 3778

Description

RIO AMAZON Pau D`Arco (Lapacho) contains antioxidants which support the immune system. Pau D’Arco extract is derived from the bark of a giant hardwood tree that is native to the Amazon rainforest in South America.

Pau D’Arco extract (Tabebuia impetiginosa) is derived from the bark of a giant hardwood tree that is native to the Amazon rainforest in South America. Also known as `Purple Lapacho` - infusions prepared from the bark of Pau D`Arco trees have been used by many rainforest tribes for over two thousand years to contribute to the immune system.

Pau D`Arco is prepared using only certified inner bark from the ‘cambium’ layer of these magnificent rainforest hardwoods. This process is entirely sustainable and the bark can be ‘harvested’ causing no permanent damage to the tree.

Contents

120 Vegicaps
One vegicap typically contains: Content
Pau d’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa) bark extract 5:1 500mg

Capsule shell: vegetable cellulose.

Ingredients

Pau d’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa) bark extract 5:1, Capsule Shell: vegetable cellulose.

Usage

Normal dose: 1 vegicap per day, before food.

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Date
08/11/2016
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Great vegicaps, easy to use and take!

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