Pau D'Arco (Pink Trumpet) - Tabebuia Avellanedae
Pau D'Arco (Pink Trumpet) - Tabebuia Avellanedae
Pau D'Arco (Pink Trumpet) - Tabebuia Avellanedae

Pau D'Arco (Pink Trumpet) - Tabebuia Avellanedae

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Pau D'Arco Tea aid in Parkinson's Disease Treatment

Pink Trumpet - Tabebuia Avellanedae

Origin: Brazil

Used part: Peel


Found from the north of the Amazon to the north of Argentina the pink trumpet is a little branched tree and of regular size, being able to reach up to one meter in height. It has pink to pinkish-purple leaves, usually fall in the dry season when its leaves of vibrant color explode leaving the environment full of color and contrasts. Its wood is very dense and is used for various purposes in joinery from beams to furniture, but its greatest and real value is undoubtedly the medicinal use.

Health benefits:

Due to its medicinal properties, purple tea is indicated for the treatment of cases of various diseases, among which we can cite the following: allergies, anemia, diabetes, cancer, candidiasis, phlegm of the urethra, itching, muscular pains, colitis , lupus, ulcers, Parkson's disease, malaria, osteomyelitis, respiratory problems, psoriasis, burns, menstrual cramps, discharge and other female problems. American researchers have found that in the bark of this tree there is a substance that may be useful in the fight against a certain type of cancer cell and can provide a new treatment against lung cancer.

Good Herbal Remedy:

  • Antifungal
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antibacterial
  • Analgesic
  • Relieves muscle aches
  • It soothes menstrual cramps, runny nose and other female problems
  • Great in the fight against Parkinson's disease
  • Controls diabetes
  • Much used in the fight against anemia


  1. Add two tablespoons to a quart of water, cooking them for 10 minutes until they boil
  2. Then remove the pan from the heat and let it (covered) rest for another 10 minutes
  3. Strain and drink

How to drink:

Take two to three cups a day.


Purple tea should not be ingested by pregnant women and during the lactation period. Care should be taken with the amount of tea ingested, as high doses may cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, anticoagulant effect of blood and other undesirable effects.

Remember that self-medication, even with a natural remedy, can be dangerous, so always consult a specialist before starting any treatment.