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Why Do People Use Jatoba?
Practitioners believe that the use of Hymenea courbaril (Jatoba) preparations, like jatoba powder, may have benefits for individuals suffering from acute or chronic prostatitis and cystitis. Most of the practitioners are now realizing that most of the chronic conditions are fungal in nature rather than being bacterial. The widespread use of antibiotics helps in killing the bacteria, but promotes the growth of fungus. Use of antibiotics suppresses the immune system to such a level that it can potentiate the growth of fungus. When the cases of chronic cystitis or prostatitis respond quickly to jatoba powder, it is perhaps due to the anti-fugal properties of jatoba rather than its anti-bacterial properties.
Natural health practitioners in the US are learning of jatobá's many purposes and utilize it as a natural medicine for cystitis and prostatitis and as an effective and healthful tonic for added energy (without any harmful or caffeine stimulants) and for a number of yeast and fungal problems for example athlete foot, candida, stubborn nail fungus and yeast infections.
Is It Safe To Use?
There no information available about the safety of jatoba.
How Effective Is Jatoba?
Regarding the effectiveness of jatoba, there is no valid information available.
How Jatoba Works?
The most effective chemicals in Hymenea courbaril are alpha-cubebene, Alpha-copaene, alpha-humulene, alpha-himachalene, alpha-selinene, gamma-cadinene, kovalenic acid, heptasaccharides, beta-bourbonene, beta-gurjunene, betacubebene, beta-selinene, beta-humulene, calarene, beta-sitosterol, caryophyllene, alpha-muurolene, beta-bisabolene, astilibin, beta-copaene, carboxylic copalic acid, cyperene, cyclosativene, gamma-muurolene, delta-cadinene, halimadienoic acids, octasaccharides, labdadiene acids, ozic acids, oligosaccharides, selinenes, polysaccharides taxifolin, acids, clerodane diterpenes, catechins, copacamphene, communic acids and cubebene.
What Are The Side Effects /Adverse Reactions of Jatoba?
There is no side effect reported by the usage of jatoba.
How Jatoba Interacts With Other Herbs and Supplements?
There is no known interaction between jatoba powder and various supplements & herbs.
How Jatoba Interacts With Drugs?
There is no reported interaction between Hymenea courbaril and different drugs.
How Jatoba Interacts With Foods?
No interaction exists between jatoba powder and different food items.
How Jatoba Interacts With Lab Tests?
Use of Hymenea courbaril doesn’t seem to derail the results of any lab test.
How Jatoba Interacts With Diseases and Conditions?
Jatobá leaves have been reported to have hypoglycemic effects and should be used under practitioner’s supervision by diabetics.
What Should Be the Dose/Administration of Jatoba?
• There is no typical dosage of jatoba, but people take half to one cup bark decoction 1 to 3 times on daily basis.
• In the form of tincture, it can also be used in a dose of 1-3 ml two times very day.
• A standard tincture or strong bark decoction diluted with small amount of cider vinegar and water is utilized topically for nail fungi skin or used as a douche for yeast infections.
General Certificate of Analysis (COA)
Specification sheet links below are a standard copy of the COA less the batch or lot number and manufactures dates. Specification sheet can be dated and should only be considered as a general information. Please contact and request an up to date COA if needed for specific updated information before placing order by filling out the contact form with product name and SKU number. If ordering quantities of twenty five kilos or more contact for availability.