How to Make Catuaba Tea

Catuaba tea is one of the most precious gifts of nature found in the deep Amazons jungles blessed with various health benefits. From several generations the natives of Amazon jungles have been reaping the benefits of this anti side effect herbal medicine.
And they say that the results are surprising. Whether it’s Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other conditions like fatigue, stress and insomnia the herb benefits all. In addition to this the natives have also experienced men becoming fathers at the age of 60. Moreover it is also used in treating skin cancer. So now you may have come to know how good this tea is!
The natives of the Amazon make its tea that is really effective! The recipe is pretty simple and what they do is they dry the bark of this tree for several hours and then add that dried bark in the boiling water.
Other ways of making use of this catuaba herb is by utilizing a capsule or the powdered form of this herb that are manufactured commercially but the accepted way of making tea from this herb is by decocting the dried bark of catuaba and then using this dried bark to prepare the tea. So let’s see how we can make this catuaba tea.

Prep time: 2 to3 min
Soak time: 7 minutes (for normal concentration)
Total time: 9 to 10 min
Yield: 1 serving
Utensils: Sauce pan, glass, strainer

Water: 8 ounces
Catuaba herb


  • 1

    Add 8 ounces of water in a sauce pan and put it on flame. When the water starts bubbling put out the burner and add one teaspoon of catuaba herb in it.

  • 2

    Now let the catuaba herb get soaked in it for the next 7 to 8 minutes. This will give you a catuaba tea with normal intensity. However if you need to have a catuaba tea with greater intensity then steep the herb in water for 8 hours and cover it with a lid.

  • 3

    Finally when the mixture is ready, take it out in a glass by putting a strainer on its neck. The catuaba tea is ready to be served.

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