Tabebuia impetiginosa are trees naturally found in the wild of central to South American forests. The inner bark of Tabebuia impetiginosa is used in traditional medicine. It is dried, shredded, and then boiled, making a bitter brownish-colored tea known as Lapacho or Taheebo. Lapacho bark is typically used during flu and cold season. It apparently works by promoting the lungs to expectorate and free deeply embedded mucus and contaminates during the first three to ten days of treatment.
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