Butea Superba is the scientific name of a plant based medicine with a long history of
use. This species is native to Thailand. The locals of Thailand consider this plant to be a very powerful aphrodisiac ( sexual enhancement ). It's prized among
the local males for it's rejuvenating effects as well. Research shows that the tuberous roots of Butea superba contains flavonoids and flavonoid glycosides, as
well as sterol compounds that include sitosterol, campesterol and stigmasterol. These chemicals are believed to play a very complex role in the effective activity
of this natural remedy.
Yohimbe conatins many of the same constituents
found in Kratom, an opioid effecting plant of the Coffee family.Yohimbe is scientifically known as
Corynanthe Yohimbe. This alternative healing tool is native to Western Africa where its bark is used in the form of a tea for it's aphrodisiac properties. Yohimbe tea blocks
adrenergic receptors, allowing for increased blood flow to the sex area. ;) This traditional herbal aphrodisiac is used by both men and women.
Many of the species presented on BotanicalGuides.com originate from Africa. These herbs are deeply connected
with the African culture. I highly recommend a trip to Africa for any Ethnobotanist as it's a great place to experience these plants in their native habitat while
being surrounded by knowledgeable individuals. This wise culture has embraced and studied the use of these herbs in their own ways for generations.
Damiana has long been known for it's stimulating
effect on the human libido ( sex drive ). Today Damiana is one of the most popular herbal aphrodisiacs out there. Studies have shown that Damiana does in
fact increase sexual activity for both sexes. These studies were conducted on rats of both sexes. Many people have conducted their own studies with a partner
and can tell you the same report. ;) Damiana is thought to work by acting as a aromatase inhibitor.
It's also an active ingredient in a traditional Mexican liqueur. Damiana was even used in several 19th century patent medicines, including Pemberton's
French Wine Coca.
There is science behind these plants and phytochemist have a been isolating and seeking to understand the mechanisms of action that these herbs naturally
produce. Damiana contains chemicals known as damianin, tetraphyllin B; gonzalitosin I; arbutin; tricosan-2-one; acacetin; p-cymene; �-sitosterol; 1,8-cineole;
apigenin; a-pinene; �-carotene; �-pinene; eucalyptol; tannins; thymol; and hexacosanol.
Warning: Large enough dosages of Damiana may act as a laxative.
These herbs should be used only with the
recommendation from a professional healthcare provider. Whether your healthcare provider is a herbalist or modern pharmaceutical medical doctor you need
to let them know. Always consider dosages, precautions, interactions, possible side effects, and whether or not the herb should be consumed for long periods
of time. A lot of herbs are not suggested to be used for long periods of time. The same thing is so for many pharmaceutical medicines as well.
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