1oz Chaparral Herb
Chaparral, formally referred to as Larrea tridentata and commonly known as greasewood, is an evergreen shrub in the caltrop family. Chaparral is native to the Mojave, Sonoran, and Chihuahuan Deserts.
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Chaparral was used in traditional Native American medicine to treat liver and skin conditions, as well as digestive issues. Tea made from Chaparral was used as a remedy against respiratory ailments. Chaparral was also used to relieve inflammation.
Nowadays, Chaparral is primarily used to treat skin conditions. It also contains a large ammount of powerful antioxidants. Moreover, Chaparral is beneficial for supporting the gastrointestinal tract. It's effective in pain management and as a detoxifying remedy.