3 cups a day of
the boiled mixture of 50 grams of root to 1/2 liter of water.
Copalchi de Jojutla Also goes by the names: Palo Amargo,
Quina de Michoacan, Corteza de Jojutla and Campanilla. Copalchi
de Jojutla is a plant that belongs to the rubiacea family it is native to
Mexico, its bark is bitter and has aromatic white flowers.
of Copalchi de Jojutla, Tonic, Fights Malaria, Typhus,
Dyspepsia, Gastroenteritis, Augments the Urine Quantity,
Removes Albumen from Urine and Edema.
Aztec Method of Use
They would drink
3 times a day the infusion of 25 grams of bark to 1/2 liter of water or better
yet, 1 gram of powdered bark dissolved in a little water, 3 times a
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