Caroba - Jacaranda Semiserrata C.
Caroba - Jacaranda Semiserrata C.

Caroba - Jacaranda Semiserrata C.

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Caroba to aid Syphilis Treatment and other health benefits 

Caroba - Jacaranada Semiserrata

Origin: Brazil

Used part: Leaf


Natural medicine has been used for thousands of years by our ancestors, and although many physicians do not always indicate natural treatments, it cannot be denied that empirical knowledge of the elderly is of great importance for some cases of disease. Throughout the world, it is possible to find a vast flora rich in plants full of medicinal components, such as Carobinha, a Brazilian tree that is found in the region between Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Sul. Its leaves are harvested in spring and its roots and bark in autumn. The wood extracted from the Caroba stem is used mainly in civil construction, for carpentry, linings, etc. In addition to this use, the plant can also be used to treat certain diseases, such as syphilis.

Health benefits:

There are several indications of the carobinha tea. The most known indication is for skin problems such as hives. A doctor may also indicate this drink for ulcer and syphilis cases. Those who suffer from dysentery can take tea, but in moderation, so that the problem will cease. Another highlight for this infusion is in the case of a patient who needs to sweat to eliminate toxins from their body.

Good Herbal Remedy:

  • Heal skin wounds, hives and chicken pox
  • Fight constipation
  • Combat rheumatism and arthritis
  • Detoxify the body
  • Combat syphilis and gonorrhea
  • Combat fluid retention


  1. Add 2 tablespoons or 10g of leaves in 1 liter of water
  2. Turn off when it reaches boil
  3. Let it rest covered for 10 minutes
  4. Strain and drink

How to Drink:

Take 3 times a day.

To improve healing, warm caroba tea should be used to wash wounds on the body and blisters of chickenpox 3 times a day, or in toilet seats to treat ulcers and sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, the carobinha powder can be applied to wounds and ulcers to fight infections, as it acts as a disinfectant, combating microorganisms that increase the severity of the injuries.


Avoid during pregnancy, breastfeeding and in children. Despite the benefits, caroba tea may not be ideal for some people. To avoid any unwanted reaction, the best idea is simply to prevent and visit a doctor of your trust to know if the case you are in can be handled by the properties of the carobinha.