A sacred, elevating herb for our times. A member of the Passiflora plant family, Damiana originates from Mexico and was a popular aphrodisiac amongst the Mayans. Damiana is a wild shrub that grows in Central America, and the West Indies.
The spirit of Damiana, a wise sage, imparts the art of mindfulness and relaxation, urging us to attune to the rhythms of our bodies and reign in the tempests of the mind. A bridge to our innermost emotions, it beckons us to plunge into the depths of feeling, peering into the very core of our nature. An exquisite guide for those yearning to forge a connection with the orchestra of sensations within, Damiana unfurls the map to our innermost landscapes, where the roots of emotions lie in wait, ready to be unearthed.
Uses & Effectiveness:
Nervous upset stomach.
Boosting mental and physical stamina.
A feeling of euphoria
Methods of Use: Tea Prepare approximately 1 teaspoon of Damiana dried leaves in a mug of boiling water, leave to brew for 10 minutes before drinking.
Try drinking the tea about once daily or up to three times daily depending on your reaction. You can also choose to have it just several times per week when you feel you can benefit most from its effects.
Smoke Damiana is one of these sacred herbs, smoked ritualistically and strongly related to the connection of culture, tradition and spirituality. Damiana is a helpful alternative for those who are looking to reduce or completely cut their dependence on cigarettes and even excessive cannabis use.
Along with mugwort, Damiana is an excellent tobacco replacement. Damiana smoking is a relaxing, calming and sedating experience. It results in a mild euphoria and relaxation.
Precautions In small doses, there are no known negative side-effects when taking Damiana.
Always consult your doctor before taking Damiana if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, diabetic or within two weeks of scheduled surgery.
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