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Botanical Name: Juliana adstringens Schld
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Cuachalalate has been part of folkloric remedy in Mexico and Central America for hundreds of years. The name "Cuachalalate" was Hispanilized from the name "cuauchachalatli", with origins from Aztec language of Nhuatl. During the Mexican revolution, soldiers used the powder of Cuachalate on their combat wounds. 

The bark of Cuachalalate has been known as a use for gastrointestinal ailments such as ulcers. People also speak of its cleansing properties as well as detoxifying effects within the circulatory system.Cuachalalate is used among other things for ulcers.