Treasure of the Incas - Pau D'Arco Herbal Tea Description from Hobe Labs
Treasure of the Incas Herbal Tea has been used for centuries by the Callawaya Indians, the caste of medicine men of the old Incan Empire of South America, for a variety of ailments. Called Taheebo by the natives, the herb comes from the botanical family Bignoniaceae (genus: tacoma, species: conspicua) and is also known as Ipe Roxo, Pau D'Arco and Lapacho Morado. Treasure of the Incas may be enjoyed by children as well as adults.
100% Argentine Lapacho
For a cup of Lapacho Tea, steep one tea bag in a cup of boiling water for 5 minutes. Tea may be enjoyed hot or cold. Sweeten with honey or add lemon if you wish.