Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Damiana (Turnera diffusa) The use of Damiana as a herbal aphrodisiac predates written history.


It’s believed to originate from the subtropical climates of Mexico, the Caribbean, and parts of Central and Southern America.

From the early days, Damian has been used as an aphrodisiac and a bladder tonic.

As an aphrodisiac, Turnera Diffusa helps to increase the supply of oxygen to the genital areas. This helps a man to achieve healthy erections faster and the erections stay for longer periods. The components of Damiana that cause this effect include volatile oils, arbutin, flavonoids, cyanogenic glycosides, and traces of phosphorus.

Other studies put across claims that Damiana increases sensitivity in the genitals. This allows the user to get stimulated faster and possibly reach orgasm faster. It can be concluded that Damiana has shown proven abilities to increase a user’s chances of experiencing greater sexual pleasure.


Guarana (Paullinia cupana) as an aphrodisiac

Guarana is obtained from seeds of Paullinia cupana, a woody shrub that’s native to the Amazon Basin and Brazil. Usually, Guarana is extracted as a paste containing guaranine, a compound that is chemically identical to caffeine.

The aphrodisiac properties of Guarana can be attributed to its highly acclaimed stimulant abilities. This is why it is used in some of today’s most popular energy supplements. It excites nerves in the body and increase sexual stimulation. According to researchers like Christian Ratsch, Guarana also has mild psychoactive properties.

When in action, Guarana delivers it stimulative effects in a gradual but long-lasting manner. Though it does not energize the body directly, it revs up the mind and body for action. Users of Guarana report that it reduces fatigue and increases mental alertness and agility. It sets the perfect mind and body conditions for sexual performance.