Quassia Bark is a type of bark from a tree that is native to South America and the Caribbean. It is known for its bitter taste, which has been used for centuries as a natural digestive aid and to help stimulate appetite. It is also believed to have insect-repelling properties and has been used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments.
The bark is typically dried and ground into a powder form, which can be added to food or drinks or taken as a dietary supplement. It is also used in the production of some types of bitters and other herbal remedies. Quassia Bark is generally considered safe to consume, but it is always important to speak with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen.
Botanical Name: Quassia Amara
Also known as: Amargo, bitter-ash, bitter wood, hombre grande