Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia). This particular guasima tree plant (Mutamba) is essential to humanity, so we are going to start this description off with the common ethnomedical uses.
Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia) is considered the destroyer against the HIV virus, yellow fever virus, and other diseases.
Mutamba (guasima) in Mexico, where it has a very long history of indigenous use. The Mixe Indians in the lowlands of Mexico use a Decoction of dried ulmifolia bark to treat diarrhea, hemorrhages, uterine pain, and to rid Parasites and Worms. The Huastec Mayans of northeastern Mexico employ the fresh Guazuma ulmifolia bark boiled in water to aid in childbirth, for gastrointestinal pain, asthma, diarrhea and dysentery, wounds, and fevers. Mayan healers in Guatemala boil the bark into a decoction to treat stomach inflammation and regular stomachaches.
Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia) was a magical plant to the ancient Mayans who also used it against “magical illnesses” and evil spells. In the Amazon, indigenous people have long used Mutamba for Parasites and Worms, the cause of asthma, bronchitis, diarrhea, kidney problems, and syphilis. They also applied the bark decoction topically for baldness, leprosy, dermatosis, and other skin conditions.
Some may ask what’s inside this fantastic herb, well let’s take a look at its plant chemicals.
Chemical Compounds found in Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia)
Mutamba bark (Guazuma ulmifolia) is a rich source of tannins and antioxidant chemicals called Proanthocyanidins. One, in particular, Procyanidin B-2, helps validate Mutamba’s long-standing use in several countries for hair loss and baldness. In 1999, researchers in Japan reported that Procyanidin B-2 was a safe topical hair-growing agent.
From 2000 to 2002, they published three in vitro and in vivo (in balding men) studies showing that Procyanidin B-2 promoted hair cell growth and increased the total number of hairs on a designated scalp area. Researchers have determined that Mutamba bark be NIL a rich source of this natural chemical compound.
Other independent research indicates that Procyanidin B-2 also has anti-tumorous as well as lowers blood pressure and protects the kidneys. The bark (Guazuma ulmifolia) also contains a chemical called Kaurenoic acid, which has been documented with antibacterial and anti-fungal properties in many studies over the years. There is so much more Mutamba offers to humanity that you can read by viewing the video below.
To give you a heads up, this herb is included in our Parasite and Worms formula, so make sure you check it out in our cleanse and detox category section.
Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia) health benefits:
- Cleanses blood
- Fights free radicals
- Lowers blood pressure
- Relaxes muscles
- Stops bleeding
- Heals Wounds
- Suppresses coughs
Ingredients: Wild harvested Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia)
Parts Used: Bark
Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
How to use:
Powder: Take 1/2 tsp of dried powder in an 8 oz. glass of favorite juice or smoothie twice a day.
Capsules: Take 1 capsule 4 times a day with water or favorite beverage.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
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Powdered (2oz), Capsule (s) 60 Vegicaps
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