Quassia Chips Bark Bitterwood 100g


Quassia amara commonly known as quassia and bitterwood, it is native to the island of Jamaica. Its species name, amara, is derived from the Spanish word amargo, which means “bitter.” Generally the bark is sold in ground-up chips and used to produce tonic or tinctures. The tonics and tinctures are generally made by steeping the bark in cold water for extended periods of time. Bitter principle found in the bark and wood is used as the basis of Angostura Bitters. It is also used to flavor liqueurs, jams, and puddings.


  • Used for Dandruff
  • Kills stomach worms
  • Used as a tonic
  • Treats Nausea 
  • Used to treat anorexia (weight gain)
  • Helps with indigestion
  • Treats constipation
  • Used for fever and colds

Brew for 5-10 mins

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