Brazillian Peppertree Is documented with strong anti-microbial properties. It is a powerful ally against viral, fungal and bacterial infections. BRAZILLIAN PEPPERTREE

Phytochemical analysis of Brazilian peppertree reveals that the plant contains tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, steroidal saponins, sterols, terpenes, gums, resins, and a large amount of essential oil.

Raintree’s Brazilian Peppertree Concentrated Extract uses new and proprietary extraction methods to concentrate and preserve the active ingredients found in this amazing rainforest plant.

Price: £25.95 – 60 mil / 2fl oz [wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=57]


It is rich in active and beneficial phytochemicals which occur naturally in this plant. The extraction methods utilized provides the equivalent of approximately 500 mg of Brazilian peppertree bark per milliliter of extract—resulting in a highly potent concentrated extract.

For more complete information on this unique rainforest tree, please see the Tropical Plant Database File on Brazilian Peppertree To see pictures of Brazilian peppertree, click here.

60 mil £25.95

Ingredients: Brazilian peppertree (Schinus molle) bark extracted in distilled water and 40% ethanol.

Suggested Use: Take 60 drops (2 ml) 2-3 times daily or as needed. Can also be used externally by applying to the skin twice daily and letting dry completely. As a gargle or mouth rinse, dilute 60 drops (2 ml) in a small amount of warm water and swish in mouth 2-3 times daily.

Contraindications: This plant has been documented with uterine stimulant and uterine antispasmodic actions in animal studies and should therefore not be used in pregnancy.

Drug Interactions: None reported.

Other Observations:

This plant has a traditional use in South America for heart problems (hypertension and arrhythmia). Studies with rats and dogs reported a hypotensive effect. People with low blood pressure should be monitored for this possible effect.

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