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Damiana is a medicinal plant that is native to the southern United States, Central and South America, and has a sweet, herbaceous flavour. This herb is technically a small shrub that produces yellow flowers. There’s evidence that damiana has a very long history of use as a natural aphrodisiac and relaxant in Central and South America, dating back to the time of ancient Aztecs and Mayans who lived in modern-day Mexico. As a supplement, Damiana is used to cure sexual dysfunction, depression, and digestive problems.
Damiana is an herb that can create a pleasantly mild euphoria in waking life, and in dreamland is believed to create more vivid imagery. Some claim it helps them induce lucid dreams.
Damiana is also indicated for their nervine and anxiolytic effects and are used by some to treat anxiety and depression. Damiana affects the psyche, producing a mild emotional uplift that can last for up to ninety minutes. Taken before bed, damiana relaxes one for love-making and promotes pleasant dreams. The dried flowers and leaves of the damiana plant are commonly smoked as an aphrodisiac. Although the primary action of damiana is as an aphrodisiac, it is regularly used to induce dream states, as well.
There’s evidence that damiana has a very long history of use as a natural aphrodisiac and relaxant in Central and South America, dating back to the time of ancient Aztecs and Mayans who lived in modern-day Mexico. It contains a number of active constituents that can positively impact functions of the endocrine and nervous systems. Benefits associated with damiana include; to treat constipation, improve digestive health, reduce depression, anxiety, relieve PMS symptoms, headaches, muscle aches, insomnia and pain. Active components that have been identified in damiana include flavonoid antioxidants, caffeine, tannin, thymol and cacetin.
Damiana is worn, burned, drunk, and carried to promote lust. It is especially potent when placed in something red.
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