Chanca Piedra (Organic)
Chanca piedra is an annual herb that is part of the Phyllanthus plant genus. It is native to the Bahamas, southern India and China, as well as the Amazon rain forest in South America. The name chanca piedra is Spanish, and it translates to “stone breaker.” It aptly describes the plant since it was used by the native peoples of the Amazon to cure gallstones and kidney stones. Indigenous people in Brazil referred to the plant as quebra-pedra or arranca-pedras, which both translate to “break-stone.”
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- Dissolving Kidney Stones
- Protecting the Liver
- Protecting the Heart
- Loose leaf tea, teabags
Chanca Piedra long remained a well-kept secret, though it was widely used in both Amazonian and Ayurvedic medicine. While its name translates to “stone breaker”, this herb may also protect the liver, lower inflammation, help with diabetes, and . . .
Chanca Piedra (Phyllanthus niruri L.) is an herbal supplement from a tropical plant in the family Phyllanthaceae. The plant grows in the Amazon rainforest and other tropical areas of the world. It’s commonly known as the “stone breaker,” because it is said to be a . . .
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