Ayapana Extract         DISCONTINUED
The Shipibo-Conibo Indians of Peru take the leaf and stem of the plant internally for colic, stomach pain, edema, and as a purgative. They prepare a paste of the leaves to use externally on wounds and hemorrhages. For internal hemorrhages, snake bite and vomiting. They juice the leaves and drink it internally.
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Manacá Powder  Brunfelsia uniflora
One Amazonian curandero (near Pucallpa, Peru) uses a root tea for adult fevers, arthritis and rheumatism, back pain, common colds, bronchitis, lung disease and tuberculosis, snakebite, and as an enema for kidney disorders and ulcers. Indigenous tribes in the northwest Amazon utilize manacá to increase urination and perspiration in detoxification rituals. They also use it for fever, rheumatism, snakebite, syphilis, and yellow fever.
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Canchalagua Powder  Schkuhria pinnata
By far, the most popular use for canchalgua in Peru is for its blood cleansing effect and as a digestive remedy.
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