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Pau D'Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa) is a hardy,
deciduous tree that is able to withstand severe winds and weather. Pau D'Arco trees are
found extensively throughout South America, Central America, Mexico and the Bahamas where
it is frequently known as "Taheebo".
The herb is harvested by peeling the bark from the tree in vertical
strips from the ground up to the height of a man. Only the inner bark is used for
beneficial purposes and must be carefully separate from the outer bark. Its purple inner
bark was used by the Incas, who referred to it as "The Divine Tree". It
has enjoyed renewed interest throughout the world for its beneficial properties.