Damiana stimulates the sexual organs, a natural aphrodisiac
nov. 23, 2009
Turnera diffusa or Turnera aphrodisiaca
The leaf is soft and regular. It comes from an aromatic shrub that grows in Mexico, South America, Texas and the West Indies. The Mayans, long before the arrival of Europeans called damiana " mizibcoc " and used its leaves to treat dizziness, loss of balance and vertigo. When the natives of Mexico, they made an aphrodisiac drink to treat menstrual disorders, especially for young girls.
It wasn't until 1888 that damiana was recognized and listed in the US National Formulary as an aphrodisiac, then it was the turn of Europeans to incorporate this plant into their pharmacopoeias at the turn of the twentieth century. Since then, it has been incorporated into numerous compositions in over-the-counter products to improve sexual performance.
The properties of the damiana leaf
• Urinary antiseptic
• Nervous tonic
Damiana stimulates the sexual organs, it is also used as an aphrodisiac. It treats premature ejaculation in men and treats disorders in women such as dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea for menstrual disorders especially in young girls and strengthens the genitals in women. Thanks to these tonic and antidepressant properties, it acts directly on the sexual organs stimulating testosterone. By regular and moderate use, damiana has a beneficial effect on sexuality. Damiana leaf stimulates blood circulation, activates the nervous system and metabolism.
At the same time, it is useful in the treatment of cystitis and kidney inflammation, it acts as a diuretic and urinary antiseptic, since the damiana leaf relieves the symptoms of cystitis or urethritis. Purgative and laxative, it regulates certain disorders of the digestive system.
Damiana has a relaxing effect on the muscles, it is also used as a medicine against fatigue, exhaustion and hormonal disturbances. Its effectiveness is real against mild depression and nervous fatigue, especially for stress and anxiety.