CHAPARRAL acts to prevent the formation of free radicals

Parts Used:
Leaves.

Function:
Powerful antioxidants in chaparral act to prevent the formation of free radicals, which is linked with the onset of some cancers and with premature aging. Chaparral also has anti-inflammatory properties.

Uses:
Chaparral is used to protect against the effects of radiation and sun exposure, for diarrhea, the swelling of arthritis and it also has antiseptic properties, which make it suitable for use on wounds. Generally chaparral helps the body to fight infection including parasitic infection.

Guidelines:
Use according to label instructions. Externally, it can be applied directly onto injured skin.

Interactions:
Generally used for external application as large or prolonged internal doses may cause liver damage.

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