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damiana

damiana

Used for female reproductive system and cycles. Aphrodisiac, used for depression, impotence, nervousness, urinary problems, hypertension. Tests on rats showed definite increase in sexual activity. Small shrub with small yellow flowers. Chamomile-type scent. Fruits taste like figs. Leaf tea used as relaxant. Can interfere with iron absorption if taken too much.
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CONTAINS zinc to help with testosterone levels and stop the conversion of testosterone into oestrogen - a natural process for men at any age that undermines the reproductive system and sex drive; Tribulus which is a herb for helping with circulation; Panax ginseng which helps male sex drive; guarana helps with energy; damiana is good for libido; muira puama which boosts testosterone; a number of adaptogens, which are herbs to help cope with stressful situations and provide energy; Coleus Forskohlii, a mushroom extract which helps erections by relaxing the smooth muscles in the penis; Epime dium Grandiflorum, a Chinese herb that promotes male hormones.
Damiana O'Connor was sacked after she told her employer, Coastway Ltd of Naas, Co Kildare, she was expecting.
The Company also markets Willie Nelson's Old Whiskey River Bourbon, Olifant Vodka, receives a royalty for Kid Rock's American Badass Beer and Damiana Mexican Liqueur, and owns and distributes Rheingold Beer.
The damiana plant has been traditionally used to help men with erection and ejaculation problems.
The recipe is an exotic blend of ginseng and damiana that has a far greater effect than oysters.
Billed as "canned heat", it's a blend of grape, passionfruit and mango juice with a massive helping of Damiana, used for centuries to awaken the libido.
Net dollar sales for the second quarter fiscal 2009 were comprised 49 percent from Trump Vodka sales, 8 percent from Old Whiskey River Bourbon, 2 percent from Aguila Tequila, 6 percent from Damiana Liqueur, 31 percent from our international wines, and 4 percent from Newman's Own Sparkling Fruit Drinks and Sparkling Waters.
The same claim is made of damiana, a small Mexican shrub, and liquorice.