This plant is known in Venezuela as acetaminophen. I was able to take these photos 2 weeks ago.
This plant became very famous after a Venezuelan government figure said that this plant had the same properties as the medicine called acetamminophen, which is an analgesic and antipyretic.
From there many people prepare their tea of the supposed acetaminophen, but this plant is what Boldo Paraguayan really is and its properties are very different from those attributed to it here in Venezuela.
According to the information I could collect, this plant can be used as a digestive but it must be used very carefully as it contains a very toxic substance for the body that can cause death.
This plant contains high amounts of ascaridol, a substance that can cause seizures, overexcitement and cramping. The most advisable is not to be ingested by children or pregnant women.