HOW DOES IT WORK? The Palo de Arco is a hard tree that resists the growth of fungi, winds and rains, reaching a height of 30 meters. Used as a healing plant by the Incas, the tribe" Calawaya ", even today .
The Incas and natives of South America use the bark externally for skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, fungal infections, hemorrhoids and skin diseases, for the compounds it contains.
Naflaquinones and tannins give it its antifungal action. Infections frequently occur after antibiotic treatment.
The Bow Stick helps attack these infections by restoring and strengthening the entire structure at the cellular level in the human body.