In the 19th Century much research went
into Lapacho. In 1967 Aberdeen University discovered that Lapacho
had antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-tumour properties.
Medical doctors at the Municipal Hospital
of Santo Andre reported that within thirty days of treatment
using this herb, most cancer patients no longer exhibited pain
and many that their tumours had disappeared or were greatly
reduced. Research results show that Lapacho is readily absorbed
and widely distributed throughout the body.
tumour cells are present in the body, Lapachol can already found
concentrated in these cells approximately six hours after intake.
Lapacho selectively destroys tumour cells and hinders their
multiplication without damaging the healthy body cells. It also
stimulates the formation of red blood cells.