Pareira is a plant. The root is used to make medicine.
- Fluid retention.
- Starting a menstrual period.
- Other conditions
Pareira Brava is a chief remedy for urinary problems with frequent urination. Urine is black, bloody and thick with mucus. There is constant urge for urination with great straining. It is also useful in renal colic with pain down the thighs when trying to pass urine. There is a feeling of fullness in the bladder. There is dribbling of urine after micturition with voilent pain in glans penis. Pareira Brava also helps in prostate problems with urethritis and when there is itching along the urethra.
Pareira contains tubocurarine, an ingredient in modern intravenous (IV) anesthetics used to block nerve signals and paralyze muscles. However, very little, if any, of the tubocurarine in pareira gets absorbed into the body when taken by mouth. Some people might try to inject pareira into the bloodstream, but this is UNSAFE.
Special Precautions & Warnings:Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It’s UNSAFE to use pareira if you are pregnant. It might start your menstrual period and cause a miscarriage.
It’s also best to avoid pareira if you are breast-feeding. Not enough is known about how it might affect the nursing infant.
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Chondrodendron tomentosum, Curare, Fleur de Velours, Ice Vine, Pareire, Parra Brava, Pereira, Velvet Leaf, Vigne de Glace, Vigne Sauvage.