(Also known as Mimosa Hostilis and Mimosa Tenuiflora)
Tepezcohuite (Pronounced Te-pez-Cco-wheety) is a tree bark from Mexico.
Also known in Mexico as the Skin tree, some of the bark’s significant properties are anti-microbial, analgesic agent, and cellular regenerator.
Flavonoids – Diminish capillary permeability and increases its resistance, protecting from skin aging.
Tannins – With their astringent action, smoothes skin.
Micronutrients – Zinc, copper, manganese, iron and magnesium; which play an important role in cellular reparative and protective action.
Tepezcohuite’s ability to both protect and stimulate collagen is the key to its remarkable ability to cure the most severe burns in a matter of weeks leaving virtually no visible scarring at the end of the natural healing process. Tepezcohuite acts as an all in one cure since it is as strong as any known natural antibiotic to kill infection while also acting as a natural anti-inflammatory.
Extensive research has been performed in labs in Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom has found that tepezcohuite is non-toxic, a cellular regenerator, a powerful fungicide, and an anti-bacterial 200% more effective than streptomycin.
Add a pinch of powder to 1 oz. of purified warm water to make a paste and apply to affected skin or desired areas of your body.