CHAPARRAL: Discover the diverse benefits of chaparral, a flowering evergreen shrub native to the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico, also known as creosote bush.
Native American Heritage: This plant, essential to Native American herbal traditions for centuries, produces a sap that inhibits the growth of competing species.
Antimicrobial and More: The leaves of chaparral are rich in properties such as antimicrobial, antibacterial, antitumorigenic, antiulcerogenic, and anti-inflammatory characteristics.
Skin and Respiratory Support: Chaparral has been historically used to alleviate skin issues like eczema, psoriasis, rashes, and bruises. It may also offer relief from respiratory challenges such as colds and bronchitis.
Addressing STDs and Parasites: This herb has a historical application for supporting well-being in cases related to STDs and parasitic concerns.
Incorporate chaparral into your wellness routine by steeping it in tea alongside other herbs or grinding it into a fine powder for encapsulation. Its adaptability allows you to tailor your approach to your individual well-being needs. Please note that it has a bitter taste.
Net Wt. 2 oz (56.7g)
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It’s super bitter hard to drink alone definitely a herb you have to mix it’s not for everyone but you get used to the taste