Damiana is the traditional aphrodisiac of the Mayan people, used by both men and women.
|Botanical Name||Turnera diffusa|
|Ingredients||Damiana Leaf c/s|
Damiana is a wild shrub that grows in Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. The leaf and stem are used to make medicine. Historically, it was used mostly as an aphrodisiac.
Damiana is a traditional aphrodisiac of the Mayan people in Central America. Damiana continues to be considered valuable as an aphrodisiac and general tonic, and its stimulant, tonic action is invaluable. Damiana has a strongly aromatic, slightly bitter taste, and the leaves are used in Mexico as a substitute for tea and as a flavoring for liqueurs.
Damiana leaves, drunk in the form of a tea, produces a relaxed state in the user. The herb is supposed to be especially effective in women. Damiana is a tonic and restorative and has always been considered an aphrodisiac. Its tonic action is partly due to the constituent, thymol, which has an antiseptic and tonic action.
Damiana has always been seen principally as an herb for men, helpful in treating premature ejaculation and impotence. It is, however, beneficial for both men and women, being considered restorative to the reproductive organs of both sexes. Damiana is often given for painful and delayed periods, and is used specifically for headaches connected to menstruation.
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