Purification of Liver, Prostate & Kidneys

Huamanpinta

Huamanpinta
(Chuquiraga spinoza)

Leaves of the Ajo Vine --
pronounced "AH'-Ho teh"


Code 316 -- Price: $9.95
Ground tea leaves: 85 gr. (net wt)
Makes About 6 Liters of Tea
(Using 15 g. or about 3 T.
to make one liter / quart)

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Summarized Description: Huamanpinta is one of our Andean traditionals. The plant grows from 0.5 to one meter in height, at altitudes of between 3,000 and 4,500 meters (9,842 and 14,763 feet). It has been used extensively, particularly in the Peruvian Andes, to treat liver -- (it's hepatoprotective), kidney, and prostate problems. It is used with gastrointestinal disorders to bile flow, treats gonorrhea, is diuretic and antiseptic, and -- like chanca piedra -- helps expel kidney stones.
This herb is best prepared as an infusion. First boil one liter (or approximately one quart or four cups) and then add 15 gr. (roughly one-sixth of the quality of the bag or 3 %.) into the boiling water. Kill the heat, stir thoroughly, and then let sit for twenty minutes, before straining, and preparing to drink. Sweeten and flavor with honey, lemon, and/or canela (cinnamon). Refrigerate any unused tea for future consumption.


Shelf-Life
This product is dehydrated, so its functional shelf-life is in excess of two years.

Medical Properties
The properties listed below have been provided to us by local shamanic, herbalist, and other practitioner sources. We wish to remind the reader that these are ethnobotanical uses and not curative representations made by Alpha Omega Labs:
  • Antibacterial
  • Antiviral
  • Detoxifying (blood)
  • Dissolves stones -- (see also Chanca Piedra)
  • Hepatoprotective
  • Prostate-protective
Indications
  • Gonorrhea
  • Liver inflammation (non-specific)
  • Prostate inflammation (non-specific)
  • Stones




To U.S. Users: This product have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Huamanpinta is a traditional medicinal herb native to Peru, where we have the plant wildcrafted.