DAMIANA - Turnera diffusa
Damiana has long been well-known as aphrodisiac - Men and women - Menstruation - Urinary tract infections - Endocrine system - Sexual imbalances - Depression, sterility and diabetes - Hypoglycemic
The resinous substances in Damiana may be the cause of increased blood flow in the genetials.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HERB:
Aphrodisiac, nerve-enhancing, tonikum, antidepressant, diuretic, slightly laxative, mildly menstrual regulating, antispasmodic, antiseptic on the urinary tract, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, blood purifying and blood glucose-lowering.
THE HERB IS USED BY THE FOLLOWING HEALTH PROBLEMS:
Impotence, frigidity, incontinence, involuntary ejaculation, bed wetting, nervous fatigue, mental stress, depression, anxiety, painful menstruation, hot flushes, urinary tract infections, bladder inflammation, diabetes, nervousness, digestive disorders, constipation, colic and cough.
FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN:
Due to the plant's testosterone-like effect, Damiana is often considered to be a medicinal plant for men. It can help in the treatment of premature ejaculation and impotence. However, it is beneficial for both women and men, as it is considered to be strengthening for the reproductive organs of both sexes. Damiana is often prescribed by painful and delayed menstruation, and is used especially when headache associated with menstruation. Both as a diuretic and antiseptic agent, Damiana is good for treating urinary infections such as bladder and urinary tract infections.
A strengthening effect on the central nervous system and the hormone system.
In addition to its use in urinary tract disorders and sexual imbalances, the medical use of damiana has included treatment of depression, sterility and diabetes.
The resin substances in Damiana may be the cause of increased blood flow in the genetials/ abdomen.
The central nervous system,
May be used for: