Damiana, our favourite herb, was used by the Aztecs for impotency and Mexican women were also known to use the fragrant leaves in a tea to stimulate love making. The Damiana plant is so important that it has been classified in Mexico as a “national treasure” and now a prohibited export as a live plant.
|Botanical Name||Turnera diffusa|
|Other Names||Turnera aphrodisiaca|
|Ingredients||Spagyric of Damiana.
Contains alcohol: Triple filtered spirit for extraction and preservation.
|Spagyric difference||Alchemical and advanced laboratory processes that maintain the integrity of the essential oils, tincture mineral salts, as well as the vital essence. This creates a unique substance that includes the physical and enhanced healing benefits of the plant.|
|Produced||In the United States by a qualified alchemist.|
|Extraction||Specific technique in accordance with Paracelcus and the hermetic philosophy, which includes slow cold extractions, long maceration, burning, astrological and energetic alignment.|
|Organic Status||Organic or wild harvested|
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|Minimum Suggested Use||(Each bottle contains one months supply if taken at the adult suggested quantity)
Age 0-3 = 1 drop
Age 3-5 = 2 drops
Age 5-8 = 3 drops
Age 8-12 = 4 drops
Adults 5 drops
Can be taken up to 3 times a day. Some formulas indicate up to 10 drops once per day (indicated on the label)
|Precautions||Damiana may increase fertility and libido in men and women. Make sure your family planning is up to scratch! Excessive use over a long period may interfere with iron absorption. Limit consumption if you are anaemic.|