Iporuru Information & Purchase
Also Known As:
Iporoni, Iporuro, Ipurosa, Ipururo, Macochihua, Niando.
Alchornea castaneifolia. Family: Euphorbiaceae.
People Use This For:
Orally, iporuru is used for coughs; rheumatism; impotence; lowering blood sugar levels in individuals with diabetes; diarrhea; headache; toothache; snakebite; bronchitis; chancre; chills; conjunctivitis; dysentery; dysmenorrhea; gonorrhea; hemorrhoids; jaundice; leprosy; malaria; ophthalmia; ringworm; stimulating digestion; thrush; urethritis, and as a cathartic, diuretic, emetic, and aphrodisiac.
Topically, iporuru is used for arthritis, colds, muscle pain, rheumatism, and for stingray wounds.
There is insufficient reliable information available about the safety of iporuru.
Pregnancy and Lactation: Insufficient reliable information available; avoid using.
There is insufficient reliable information available about the effectiveness of iporuru.
Mechanism of Action:
The applicable parts of iporuru are the bark, leaf, and root. There is insufficient reliable information available about the possible mechanism of action and active ingredients.
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ORAL: Iporuru is typically prepared as a tea with 1 teaspoon of dried leaf added to 4 ounces of boiling water and taken 1 to 3 times daily. A 4:1 tincture is taken in a dose of 2 to 3 mL twice daily.
General Certificate Of Analysis (COA) less manufacture date and batch number provided for different product strengths if the link is not available or manufacture date and batch number is required use the email us box to request Certificate Of Analysis (COA) emailed. Any questions about product or wholesale pricing for twenty five kilos or more. Please be sure to use product ID, Trade Name and Scientific Name.
- Specification Sheet Iporuru Powder
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