"Damiani Tea has immensely improved the quality of life. It makes me feel so full of energy. It has improved my performance." says Lisa who is recovering from a long-term illness.
"I had major depression. My sex life was zero. Damiana helped me relax and overcome anxiety and get back the zing on the bed with my new partner. I Love it" says Mary.
Damiana leaves have been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost sexual potency by the native peoples of Mexico, including the Mayan Indians. The two species used in herbal healing are Turnera aphrodisiaca and Turnera diffusa.
Damiani is a known aphrodisiac and known since centuries to increase the sex life. Especially women find it highly enhancing at night. It is considered as 'the Queen of all Vitality Products'.
The product is extracted from the leaf and stem of a wild shrub which grows in Mexico, Central America and the West Indies.
Besides a potent vitality product - it is also useful for the treatment of depression, bed-wetting, anxiety, stomach upsets, constipation and it maintains and boosts general mental and physical stamina.
In Women, it is supposed to improve sexual satisfaction, increase orgasm frequency, and reduce vaginal dryness and has significantly enhanced their sex lives.
Damiana is safe to be taken by mouth in amounts commonly found in food or prescribed as medications by a qualified practitioner.
High doses of Damiana can rarely cause convulsions.
Avoid use during pregnancy and breastfeeding for there are not many studies to support the use of Damiana during the pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Damiana is supposed to decreased blood glucose in Diabetics so it is important to monitor your blood glucose when taking Damiana.
It is advisable to stop Damiana at least two weeks before any planned surgery since it can affect the blood glucose levels.
Damiana is said to interact with Diabetic medications like medications used for diabetes include glimepiride (Amaryl), glyburide (DiaBeta, Glynase PresTab, Micronase), insulin, pioglitazone (Actos), rosiglitazone (Avandia), chlorpropamide (Diabinese), glipizide (Glucotrol), tolbutamide (Orinase), and others.