Damiana is a small shrub with aromatic leaves that is found in dry, sunny climates in North and Central America. It was first recorded by Spanish missionaries, who described how Mexican Indians drank it as an aphrodisiac tea. Dubbed the ‘ultimate feel-good herb’ in some cultures, it has been used to boost sexual potency in South America since Mayan times. It has officially been designated a ‘national treasure’ in Mexico and the export of live plants is prohibited.
Its sexual boosting properties are endorsed by nutrition expert and best selling author Dr. Ray Sahelian in his book Natural Sex Boosters.He suggests it is most effective when used together with other sexual performance enhancing herbs like Tribulus Terrestris and Horny Goat Weed. Dr. Sahelian’s findings support a 2009 ethnopharmacological study by Mexico's National Institute of Psychiatry, which accepted the use of Damiana as an aphrodisiac, and as a treatment for sexual dysfunction.
The compound Damianin – a chemical essential to the plant’s structure – has been shown to create a relaxing effect on the central nervous system. It has also been shown to have a hypoglycemic effect, prompting discussion about its potential for diabetic and weight loss therapies.
The Physicians’ Desk Reference for Herbal Medicines recognises Damiana leaf as an herbal supplement that may be helpful for conditions like decreased libido, inflammation, and weight loss.
Taken before bedtime, it relaxes a woman as a precursor to lovemaking and gives a mildly euphoric sensation for a couple of hours. It may even spark the occasional erotic dream.
Web MD advises that Damiana is generally safe, but it should not be taken by those who have diabetes, bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or breast cancer. It’s also not recommended for children, or for women who are pregnant, or breast-feeding.
Drug Digest points to animal studies of Damiana that found it can alter blood sugar levels. Anyone with diabetes should avoid taking Damiana, or at least consult a physician before starting a Damiana herbal regimen.
Damiana is a key ingredient in Herbal Ignite for Women, a natural supplement that assists women’s libido and helps treat premenstrual and menopausal symptoms. Damiana, together with Dong Quai, Tribulus Terrestris and Horny Goat Weed, is recognised for its benefits to women’s sexual and reproductive health and all four herbs have been used for centuries in traditional medicine.
Herbal Ignite for Women is an over-the-counter dietary supplement taken daily with food to support pre-menstrual tension and menopause and to restore hormone levels to a healthy balance. It also helps reduce stress levels and increase libido.
Herbal Ignite for Women contains four key ingredients:
Horny Goat Weed contains a flavonoid called Icariin that assists to increase nitric oxide levels relaxing genital muscles in men and women, promoting erections and orgasms. It also influences the stress hormone cortisol to help relieve stress.
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