Tropilab Amazon Herbs Pao Pereira

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Tropilab Amazon Herbs Pao Pereira (2 fl oz)

Pao Pereira is an indigenous tree from the Amazon rainforest and traditionally used as a febrifuge (lowers fever) by the indians. The extract from the bitter inner-bark, seems to effectively suppress the proliferation of HIV, herpes viruses, and leukemia cells. Used in the treatment and prevention (prophylaxis) of malaria (Plasmodium falciparum**) by boosting the immune system. It can also be useful in combating AIDS, Leishmaniasis cutaneous, and herpes. The tincture can be applied to all types of disease involving immunodeficiency (prevents the body from fighting infections and diseases) and can be used as a synergistic adjunct therapy (combined power by working together); alongside chemo- and radiotherapy.


Pao Pereira (Geissospermum Velossii) made from wild harvested plants, naturally deroved alcohol, and spring water.

Suggested Use

(used alone or in synergy with chemotherapy, radiation therapy and chemotherapeutic drugs): 2 - 8 ml/day (2 - 8 full droppers per day).

Viral diseases (AIDS, Hepatitis C, Herpes): 2 - 8 ml/day.

Precautions: Pregnant or lactating women or those taking prescription medications, should consult their doctor.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or health condition.