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Cecropia Strigosa 2.2-lb. Bulk Powder

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IN STOCK BUT SUPPLY IS LIMITED. Order now to make sure you get some. A kilo is the equivalent of 20 bottles of encapsulated Cecropia.

Cecropia Strigosa aka Takuna (a Nutramedix TM) – 2.2-lb bulk powder. Priority shipping is free and an automatic 10% discount will be applied in your shopping cart. Expect delivery in 2 to 10 days. Supplies are limited but replenished weekly. When in stock, Cecropia ships the same day you order. When we sell out ahead of our weekly shipment, Cecropia will ship on the following Monday. When you order we will let you know via email when the order will ship.

Cecropia strigosa also is available as a liquid extract, see Cecropia 2-oz liquid extract, or Cecropia in capsule form. A kilo provides approximately 2,000 500-mg capsules (20 bottles). In South and Central America, Cecropia has many common names, including Embauba, Takuna, Guarumbo, Trumpet Tree, Chancarro.

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The leaves of Embauba are traditionally taken in the form of an infusion (tea) - 1 cup, 2 to 3 times daily. As an alternative to tea, you can encapsulate the powder or make a tincture.

To prepare an infusion of Embauba, place 1 tsp. of the powdered leaves in a tea ball or gauze bag and allow the powder to steep in 8 oz. of freshly boiled hot water in a covered pot for 10–15 minutes. Pour the infusion through a fine strainer to remove any sediment and allow it to cool for a time before drinking. Refrigerate unused portions in a well sealed container.

Advisory: Not for internal use during pregnancy or lactation. If you are taking medications or have a medical condition, consult with a health care professional before use. Keep this product out of the reach of children.

* Herbs are foods, not drugs. They have not been evaluated as drugs by the FDA. They are not intended to help you diagnose, treat, prevent, mitigate or cure any illness. If you are seriously ill or think you might be, consult a doctor before you try to diagnose or treat yourself.


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