Eclectic Institute, Damiana, 2 fl oz (60 ml)
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- Herbal Extract
- A Dietary Supplement
- Turnera Diffusa
(shake well before using) Mix 15-30 drops in warm water and take this tea 1-3 times daily.
Dried, wildcrafted damiana (turnera diffusa) leaf.
Organic alcohol content: 30%.
Dry herb strength: 1:4.
Discontinue if unusual symptoms occur.
Consult your health care advisor regarding the use of herbs during pregnancy, with infants or with prescription drugs.
Keep out of reach of children.
I have been rotating three products that were recommended to me: Damiana, Ginseng and Ashwagandha extracts. I take 20 drops in the morning and 20 drops in the afternoon in a glass of water for 4 days and then swap. All three worked really good for my energy level, stamina and overall health. Damiana specially helps me with the Stamina side of things, Ashwagandha seems to help me on the Inmune system and Ginseng gave me a nice warm feeling and energy. THe only thing that I didn't like about the Ginseng was that I got a light headacke every time I took it. After 30 days of the rotation I decided to take the Ashwagandha in the morning and the Damiana in the afternoon. That has worked the best for me. I'll try the Ginseng again in a couple of weeks and see how I like it.
Damiana herb has a really nice energy. I find it relaxing and a bit of an aphrodisiac. Usually I make a tea out of the leaves but this tincture is quicker and more convenient for me. Those sensitive to bitter tastes will not like this unless they mask it with something strongly flavoured.