- Sebi's Sacred Herbs
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Palo Guaco originates from the tropical regions of the Americas. It is a liana, a woody vine named after a falcon. The Guaco Falcon is known for spreading the essence of this herb on its wings to stupefy snakes, in which they then attack and consume their prey. The indigenous observed and used this herb for snake bites, infections, and as a sedative experiencing healing in it’s usage.
Palo Guaco is a bronchodilator, antiviral, and a fear annihilator.
Palo Guaco has been shown to relax the smooth muscles in the respiratory tract. During inhalation air flows down the trachea through the bronchiole tubes into the bronchioles. There, the air terminates at the alveoli to exchange O2 and CO2 in the blood. The presence of smooth muscles and elastin allow the smaller bronchi and bronchioles to be more flexible and contractile. The main function of the bronchi and bronchioles is to carry air from the trachea into the lungs. Smooth muscle tissue in their walls helps to regulate airflow into the lungs.
Palo Guaco also possesses antiviral properties. It contains six star constituents such as mikanin and alphinetin that exhibit inhibitory activity to viruses especially respiratory viruses.
Lastly, Palo Guaco exhibits anxiolytic effects. Anxiolytic means to reduce anxiety. The effects are achieved through decreased glutamate levels, as well as by the increased concentration of GABA in the hippocampus. This is a powerful neurochemical effect, to reduce fear and anxiety.
Place 3 pieces in 3 cups of steamed distilled water. Let soak for 30 minutes. Bring water to boil, then boil on low for 10 minutes. Turn off flame and let steep for 20 minutes. Drink a cup twice daily 4 days a week for 3 weeks. Take a break the 4th week and resume the following week repeating the process.
Palo Guaco can be reused. your initial 3 pieces can be reused 5 times before discarding.
WARNING: Palo Guaco contains large amount of coumarin, a blood thinner. Pregnant mothers, breastfeeding mothers, and those on medications that have contraindications with blood thinners should not use.