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Lapacho bark, also called Pau D'Arco, is the inner bark of the Lapacho tree (Tabebuia impetiginosa). It contains many microelements, mainly iron, manganese, magnesium, calcium and lapachol. Lapacho bark, which is popular in South America, provides a number of health benefits.
Catuaba bark is the most well known aphrodisiac plant. Its aphrodisiac properties were first discovered hundreds of years ago by the Tupi Indians of Brazil. Catuaba bark is used mainly as a libido enhancer and to treat sexual dysfunction. But not only. Catuaba contains alkaloids, tannins, aromatic oils and phytosterols that have many positive health properties.
Oak bark has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, astringent and disinfecting properties thanks to the high content of tannins, polyphenolic compounds and flavonoids. It is used on the affected skin, but also in the case of problems with the digestive system.