Jamaica Guaco (Mikania guaco, Mikania glomerata, guace, 4oz
Guaco (Mikania guaco, Mikania glomerata, guace, bejuco de finca, cepu, liane francois, matafinca,
vedolin, cipó caatinga, huaco, erva das serpentes) has anti-inflammatory, antiallergic, and
bronchodilator properties. Guaco is used primarily in traditional medicine for upper
respiratory problems like asthma, bronchitis, colds, and flu. It is used as an anti-inflammatory agent
for rheumatoid arthritis and inflammation in the digestive tract and as an antibacterial for
Candida and yeast infections. Guaco contains around 10 percent coumarin, which has blood-thinning
Origin: South America, Jamaica
General dose: Guaco is usually consumed as an infusion/tea—
4 oz. standard infusion. Standard infusion: 1 tablespoon herb to
1 cup/8 oz. of boiling water. Steep the herb in the boiling water
for 15–20 minutes.
General dosage: 4 oz. two or three times daily
General commercial dose: One 300 mg capsule
General dosage: One capsule two or three times daily
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