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Historical and Traditional Uses Traditionally, various parts of the Bas Cedar, including its bark, leaves, and fruit, have been utilized in folk medicine across many cultures. These traditional practices have utilized Bas Cedar for treating ailments ranging from skin diseases, kidney and liver problems, to gastrointestinal disorders and respiratory conditions. The tree’s parts have been prepared in various forms, such as teas, decoctions, and infusions, to treat specific conditions​ (Longdom)​​ (Health Benefits)​.


Scientific Research and Health Benefits Scientific research on Guazuma ulmifolia has validated many of its traditional uses, uncovering a rich composition of bioactive compounds such as tannins, proanthocyanidins, alkaloids like caffeine, and flavonoids like quercetin and kaempferol. These compounds have demonstrated a range of biological activities, including antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. Notably, the plant’s extracts have shown potential in promoting hair growth, supporting cardiovascular health, and exhibiting antitumor activities​ (Longdom)​.


How to Prepare Bas Cedar Herbal Tea The traditional preparation method for a Bas Cedar herbal tea involves creating a decoction with the bark. This involves boiling the bark in water for an extended period to extract the beneficial compounds. For general health and strength, as described, it’s recommended to blend Bas Cedar bark with various other herbs, boiling the mixture for about 2½ hours, and then consuming the strained liquid in moderate amounts​ (Longdom)​.


Bas Ceda Bark

Bas Ceda Bark 16 Oz. $48.00, Bas Ceda Bark 3 Oz. $18.00, Bas Ceda Bark 6 Oz. $28.00, Bas Ceda Bark 8 Oz. $36.00