||Haematoxylon brasiletto Karst.
||Brazil wood, Logwood, Palo de Brazil
||Used to improve circulation, for depression and arthritis and to wash wounds. Has antibiotic and astringent activity (Kay 1996).
|Formulations used by Informants
||Commercially prepared cold infusion (Tizana Betel).
||The heartwood contains tannins (Kay 1996).
|Potential Adverse Effects
||No clinical adverse effects were found.
|Potential Medication Interactions
||No clinical medication interactions were found.
||A Handbook of Mexican Roadside Flora. Mason, C. and Mason, P. The U of A Press, 1987.