Chaparral - 1 oz
Only available in the United States.
Price: $ 9.85 for 1 oz
Chaparral - Larrea divaricata, L. glutinosa, L. tridentata, L. mexicana
Chaparral is a highly valued anti-infective and antiseptic remedy. It improves inhibits pathogens upon direct contact and immune response. During 1842 -1942, the United States Pharmacopoeia listed it as an expectorant and bronchial antiseptic. It also promotes tissue repair and used to clean the lower bowels. Chaparral is also known by Black bush, chaparro, creosote bush, dwarf evergreen oak, stinkweed, greasewood.
Chaparral is from the Zygophyllaceae (Caltrop) family.
Chaparral has been used for bronchitis, cancer, chicken pox, cold sores, eczema, herpes, kidney infection, parasites, strep throat, warts, worms, venereal disease, dermatitis, scabies, boils, athlete's foot, thrush, hepatitis, pneumonia, leukemia, leukorrhea, melanoma, allergies, arthritis, constipation.
Function: Promote Detoxification and Clear Damp-Heat
Effects: Lymphatic cleanser, expectorant, bitter, diuretic, emetic, tonic, antiarthritic, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, alterative, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antitumor, antiviral, depurative, laxative.
Preparation: Tincture, cold infusion decoction, liniments, ointments, washes, compresses, mouthwashes, douches, sponges.
Other Uses: Mouth wash to prevent cavities. Hair rinse for dandruff. Prepared as a suppository for hemorrhoids, or as a bolus to treat vaginal infections. Topically for snakebites, scabies, warts, cuts, eczema, herpes, bruises
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.