Tepezcohuite: powerful cellular regenerator
The tepezcohuite or mimosa tenuiflora is a bark tree, also known in Mexico as the Skin tree, whose bark has significant anti-microbial properties, analgesic and regenerative cells.
The most common uses of tepezcohuite are stop hair loss, treat burns and prevent premature skin aging and improve stretch marks and warts.
The qualities of tepezcohuite are widely recognized for its therapeutic action in various ailments and injuries, but mostly for burns. The powdered bark of tepezcohuite have large amounts of tannins that act as astringents, causing the skin to stop bleeding and protect the body from infection.
Tepezcouite extract contains flavonoids that decrease capillary permeability and increases its resistance and protect the skin from aging. It also has micronutrients such as zinc, copper, manganese, iron and magnesium, which play an important role in the repair and cellular protection.
The tepezcohuite is an excellent cell regenerator, an anti-bacterial 300% more effective than streptomycin, and a powerful fungicide.
The active ingredients of the tepezcohuite bark are bioflavonoids and tannins. It also has abundant saponosids and alkaloids (indolalquilamina and other minor alkaloids).The tepezcohuite is effective as an analgesic, bacteriostatic (active against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria), fungal, being indicated for burns, pressure ulcers or varicose wounds (it has been used as a healing after plastic surgery), scald, ringworm, blotches, sunburn, acne scarring, ichthyosis and psoriasis.
The tepezcohuite is very effective as a regenerator of damaged tissue by activating the tissue recovery, as well as fungicide and bacteriostatic, preventing infections associated. Read more
Tepezcohuite against hair loss
One of the most widespread uses of tepezcohuite is regenerating skin in cases of burns or serious injury of the skin, and scalp regenerator. Read more