River of Life - Blood + Circulatory System
Our River of Life blend was created to address the Circulatory System and is comprised of three alkaline barks that grow wild in the Amazon Rainforest: Chuchuhuasi, Sarsaparilla and Palo Guaco.
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Here are some ways each of these herbs found in The River of Life blend have been used by indigenous communities of the Amazon and what scientific research has found:
Chuchuhuasi - Its most common uses amongst the native people of the Amazon is as a natural pain reliever, specifically toward rheumatism-related diseases. Clinical studies highlight its ability to increase blood circulation throughout the body and address sexual impotence, as well as regulate menstrual disorders. Chuchuhuasi is well known amongst the native tribes of the Amazon for being iron-rich and providing energy boosting properties.
Sarsaparilla – Studies show it can address kidney/adrenal fatigue and liver detoxification which is why it is was used in ancient times to target skin and blood-related disorders.
Palo Guaco – Scientific research shows it contains muscle relaxant properties which potentially promote better oxygen flow to the body and may improve respiratory and lung conditions. Studies also show Palo Guaco has the ability to generate an anticoagulant effect due to the amount of coumarin it contains, a compound which potentially thins the blood.
Together all three of these barks may address lung and blood purification, arthritic-related pains, regulation of blood pressure, addressing low iron, increasing libido and more.
Please consult with your physician or medical professional before purchase or consumption of this herbal blend.
May strengthen reproductive & endocrine system
May act as aphrodisiac & libido booster
May assist with adrenal gland function
May improve lung & heart health
May help regulate blood pressure
May improve skin & liver health
May enhance blood circulation
May strengthen sexual stamina
May relieve menstrual cramps
May protect against radiation
May address vaginal dryness
How to prepare teas:
For every 2 cups of water use 1 TBSP of this blend.
Bring water and herbs to a boil. Then reduce heat to low, cover with a lid
& simmer for 1 hour. Strain & serve. Kawsaypac ⚡️
Note that each serving can be used up to 3 times!
TIP: Another way of consuming these herbs is by soaking them in water for at least 24-48 hours. This allows the water to naturally extract the properties from your herbs without the need of boiling them and changing its molecular structure. Afterwards, you can strain and consume.
How long can I drink this tea?
When should I drink this blend?
Traditionally these herbs are used as a tincture. Many shamans allow the bark to soak in natural sugar cane alcohol for several days or weeks to form a potent tincture.
However, the simplest and most common way to consume them is in the form of a tea. Please follow the instructions listed on your herbal blend package to make it.
Best to consume fasted in the morning or at night at least 2 hours after eating. For best effect, you can consume 2-3 cups a day.
Where is this herb sourced?
Our Chuchuhuasi, Sarsaparilla, and Palo Guaco are ethically sourced with love from the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest with the help of indigenous communities we work directly with.
Please note because our herbs are wild-crafted they may contain nature's residue which is perfectly safe and harmless.
Disclaimer: Herb Appearance Variation
How do I store my herbs?
Oxygen will degrade herbs over time, so storing your herbs in a glass jar or food-safe bag kept in a cool dark area is best.
Can I reuse herbs?
Of course! Just allow them to airdry before storing it.
Leaves & Flowers: Can be used 2-3
Stems, Barks, and Roots: Can be resued up to 3-4 times
Can I take herbs while I'm on presciption medication?
We stronly encourage you to consult with an accredited medical professional before consuming, purchasing, or starting any herbal protocol.
Can I take herbs while pregnant?
Again, we stronly encourage you to consult with an accredited medical professional before consuming, purchasing, or starting any herbal protocal.
"Herbs are nature's pharmacy, offering healing wisdom from the earth's embrace."