The widest use of chaparral is for blood purifying. Expelling toxins from the blood to improve general health, of course, but there are many specific benefits to it. Chaparral is an herb that has been used for centuries by Native American healers. Chaparral is one of the best herbal antibiotics that are useful against bacteria, viruses, and parasites, both internally and externally. The leaf and twigs of the plant is the part used as herbal tea, extract and poultice.
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A milder chaparral tea can be used for smaller scale detoxification. Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 teaspoon of chaparral leaf and leave to stand for 10 minutes. This is excellent when having a bad reaction to some food, or to speed recovery after over-indulging in alcohol. Chaparral increases adrenal ascorbic acid levels, purifies the blood, relieves pain and may protect against other ailments. It also helps promote healthy kidney, liver and lung function. The American Southwest Indians used chaparral tea for many health benefits. Today herbalists also suggest chaparral externally for wound infections and internally for intestinal parisites and bacterial and viral issues.
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