Nature's Herbs Wild countryside Damiana Leaves grow wild in the rich wood-lands of Mexico. Damiana is a yellow-flowering shrub which was first used by the ancient Aztecs Indians, and was introduced commercially in the U.S. in 1874. Preservative-free gelatin capsule.
Mexican Damiana Leaves have long been valued in folklore for a variety of uses including aiding in relief of mild anxiety and as an enhancer for a more active life-style.
Damiana (Turnera diffusa) has nerve tonic, anti-depressant, urinary antiseptic, aphrodisiac, and laxative properties, and may be useful for strengthening the nervous system, anxiety, depression, female libido, strengthening male sexual system, asthma, bronchitis, neurosis, and sexual disorders. However, there is currently no scientific evidence supporting these beliefs.
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