Larrea Tridentata

Larrea Tridentata


Natural medicinal treatment for Cold Sores, Genital Herpes, Shingles, Chickenpox, Epstein-Barr, and other herpes outbreaks.

Larrea Tridentata

Larrea tridentata, also known as Larrea divaricata, Larrea, chaparral, or creosote bush, is a shrubby plant which dominates some areas of the desert southwest in the United States and Northern Mexico as well as some desert areas of Argentina. Slowly grows to 6' tall and 8' wide. A very drought tolerant desert shrub that is now believed to be the oldest living thing, 7,500 to 11,700 years old.

The Creosote bush has a long history of use as a traditional medicine by Native Americans. Tea made from the leaves of Larrea tridentate has long been used in folk medicine to treat digestive disorders, rheumatism, venereal disease, sores, bronchitis, chicken pox, and the common cold. However, when used in its natural form it has caused several cases of acute non-viral hepatitis (rapidly developing liver damage).

 

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