What is Damiana?
Damiana or Turnera Diffusa is a plant that can be recognized by its small yellow-brown flowers. Turnera Diffusa is native to South America, Central America, and Mexico.
The plant is cut into small pieces and is perfect to use as a tea and as an Herbal Mix.
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The Mayans and Aztecs
The Mayans and Aztecs used Damiana as an aphrodisiac, relaxant and overall tonic to improve health. Father Juan Maria de Salvatierra, a Spanish missionary, was the first to report on the drink that the Mexican population made from the damiana leaves.
Spanish missionaries who first entered Mexico saw that the indigenous tribes mixed Damiana tea with sugar because of the sexually stimulating effectsIn the 1870s, it was imported to the United States as a tincture and advertised as a powerful aphrodisiac.
Although damiana was included in the first edition of the National Formulary (NF) in 1888, it never made it to the US Pharmacopeia, and the elixir was eventually dropped from the NF in 1916. Although some commercial companies continued to sell it to the United States. American market, damiana had almost disappeared until the 1960s hippie movement made it popular again.
Some believe that a generous amount of Damiana was THE secret ingredient in the original recipe for the famous margarita drink. Indeed, to this day, margarita in Mexico is often made with Damiana, which provides the drink with a unique floral twist that also works wonders for your mojo.
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Expires in 3 years only
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