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Mexican Damiana leaf (Turnera diffusa-aphrodisiaca)

Actions: Aphrodisiac, tonic, nervine, antidepressant, urinary antiseptic.

Common Use: Damiana is an excellent strengthening remedy for the nervous and hormonal system. It has a history of use during depression and anxiety, particularly when influenced by sexual factors. Also used to strengthen the male sexual system. It has an ancient reputation as an aphrodisiac. 20 to 40 drops 2-3 times daily. Not recommended if pregnant or nursing.

liquid herbal extractSuggested retail:
2oz with dropper - $16
4oz with dropper - $29
8oz  w/o dropper - $54

Formulas containing this herb:

Catuaba / Fo-ti Plus
Catuaba / Guarana Plus
Damiama Plus

SumaFlex Plus
Yohimbé Plus

1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6
Single Extracts

Alfalfa
American Ginseng
Angelica
Ashwagandha
Astragalus
Atractylodes
Barberry
Bee Pollen
Bilberry fruit
Black Cohosh
Black Walnut
Bladderwrack
Blessed Thistle
Blue Cohosh
Blue Flag
Blue Violet
Boneset
Buckthorn
Burdock
Calendula
Cascara Sagrada
Cat's Claw
Catuaba
Celery seed
Chamomile
Chaparral
Chastetree
Cleavers
Cloves
Codonopsis
Cordyceps
Cramp bark
Culver's root
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Damiana
Dandelion
Devil's Claw
Dong Quai
Echinacea
Elderberry
Espinheira Santa
False Unicorn
Fennel seed
Fenugreek
Fo-Ti
Fringetree
Ginger
Ginkgo biloba
Ginseng, American
Ginseng, Korean
Ginseng, Panax
Siberian Ginseng
Golden Seal
Gotu Kola
Gravel root
Green Oat Seed
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Guarana
Hawthorn berry
Helonias
Hops
Horsetail grass
Hydrangea
Jatoba
Jurubeba
Kava Kava
Kola nut
Korean Ginseng
Licorice root
Ligustrum
Lomatium
Lovage
Lycium
Maca root
Maitake mushroom
Marigold
Marshmallow root
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Milk Thistle seed
Motherwort
Muira Puama
Mullein
Nettle
Oat Seed
Oregon Grape
Osha
Panax Ginseng
Passion flower
Pau d' Arco
Pedra Hume Caa
Pipsissewa
Plantain
Poke root
Prickly Ash bark
Privet fruit
Pygeum bark
Quassia
Quebra Pedra
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Red Clover
Red root
Reishi mushroom
Rhubarb root
Royal Jelly
Sarsaparilla root
Saw Palmetto berry
Schizandra berry
Shavegrass
Sheep Sorrel
Shiitake mushroom
Siberian Ginseng
Sida Cordifolia
Skullcap
Slippery Elm
Squawvine
Stillingia
St. John's wort
Suma root
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Tayuya
Turmeric
Usnea
Uva Ursi
Valerian
Venus Flytrap
Violet leaf
Vitex berry
Wahoo root bark
Watercress
Wild Indigo
Wild Yam
Yarrow
Yellow Dock
Yerba Maté
Yohimbé
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