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Minimum shelf-life: 3 years
Add 2 teaspoons of lapacho to 1 liter of water and boil it for about 5 minutes, then let it steep, covered, for around 15 minutes.
General information about lapacho:
The lapacho tree is native to Central and South America. It can grow to be up to 700 years of age and approximately 35m in height. The inner bark of the tree has been used as a health remedy by native Indians for centuries. The Incas called lapacho the "tree of life" and spoke of its many healing properties. To harvest the tree bark it is not nessassary to fell the tree because it recovers quickly and the bark grows back. Nowadays, lapacho bark is known and appreciated in Europe as a tea. This is probably mainly due to its pleasant, slightly vanilla-like taste and its wealth of trace elements and minerals. Lapacho is rich in potassium, calcium, iron, etc. and also contains the unique active ingredients lapachol and lapachone.