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Damiana

 

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Damiana Liqueur is a light herbal-based liqueur from Mexico. Damiana is a small shrub with an redolent leaf. It belongs to the family Turneraceae. Damiana leaf has been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost puissancy by the native peoples of Mexico, including the Mayan Indians. The two species used in herbal healing, both of that are referred to as damiana, are Turnera aphrodisiaca and Turnera diffusa. Passion Rx is a puissant herbal enhancement product that contains damiana extract along with 15 other effective herbs from all over the world.

Damiana is used to treat conditions varying from cough, to constipation, to depression . The herbal supplement is putatived to help with Energy, Emphysema, low Estrogen, Frigidity, Hot Flashes, Impotency, Infertility, Menopause, Parkinson's Disease, PMS, Inflammation of Prostate, Lou Gehrig's disease, and more dealing with reproductive organs in both males and females. Betimes used in margaritas is made from this herb. Its makers claim that Damiana liqueur was used in the first margarita.

Damiana is sold as brawn herb powder, damiana capsules, damiana tea, and damiana liqueur. Damiana is often mixed in aphrodisiac herbal products. Damiana tea is laboursome to find, but you could search for it in a health food store. Damiana is a medicinal plant having many traditional uses and a reputation as an aphrodisiac. Essential oils produced by this plant are used in traditional medicine, and for the preparation of liquors and tea. The most abundant ingredients of the oils were caryophyllene oxide, caryophyllene, delta-cadinene, elemene and 1,8-cineol.

Damiana has a traditional herbal medicine in the world. Damiana has a traditional use as an abortive and is inadvisabled during pregnancy. The chemical compromisation of damiana leaf is complex and all of the components have not been completely identified. Nevertheless, the known make-up is 0.5-1% volatile oil, flavonoids, gonzalitosin, arbutin, tannin and damianin (a brown bitter substance). How damiana herb works as an aphrodisiac is presently not known. Damiana has also been used traditionally to improve digestion and to treat constipation, as in larger doses it is believed to have a mild laxative effect.

Damiana has been used to ease anxiety, nervousness, and mild depression, especially if these symptoms have a component. The herb is also used as a general tonic to improve wellness.Damiana's traditional use for diabetes. Damiana also has been used in unification with other plants for its thermogenic activity.

Damiana has also been used orthodox to improve digestion and to treat constipation, as in larger doses it is thought to have a mild laxative effect. Damiana herb appears to be secure when taken sometimes as a booster. Damiana has a long history of traditional medicinal and food use with no hurtful consequences reported. Nonetheless, no rigorous scientific studies have examined the effects of long-term use of this herb. Damiana is found in sundry forms, including capsule, liquid extract, and tea form. A basic dosage is a 400 mg capsule taken once or twice a day.