Muira Puama - 80 g
Muira puama, also called "potency wood," is a small tree that grows to five meter high and is native to the Brazilian Amazon. The part of the tree that is used is the bark of the root. Brazilians have been using muira puama as an aphrodisiac for centuries. Some men rub it on their genitals to enhance an erection. It is also used as a possible remedy against impotence.
Muira puama, also called "potency wood," is a small tree that grows to five meter high and is native to the Brazilian Amazon and other parts of the Amazon rainforest.
Main Actions (in order):
aphrodisiac, tonic (tones, balances, strengthens overall body functions), neurasthenic (reduces nerve pain), antidepressant, central nervous system tonic (tones, balances, strengthens the central nervous system)
- for erectile dysfunction and impotency
- as a male aphrodisiac and libido promoter
- as a tonic (tones, balances, strengthens) for males
- for hair loss and balding.
- central nervous system tonic (tones, balances, strengthens) and antidepressant
Boil 1-2 tablespoons in half a liter of water for 15 minutes to get 2 cups of tea. The effects will manifest in about half an hour.
Mix 30 grams of muira puama with half a liter of liquor in a glass bottle. Leave it for 2 weeks, shaking it every day. A few little nips should do the job.
For a less strong effect boil 2 to 3 tablespoons in 250 ml of water. You can drink this, but you can also rub it on your genitals to stimulate the central nervous system.
When combined with Damiana, it makes a stronger aphrodisiac, that will have a more erotic and high effect. Mix one tablespoon of muira puama and half a spoon of Damiana powder in a glass of hot water and drink this one hour before the desired effect.
When using the powder mix 1 or 2 teaspoons in a glass of water or juice. Instead of drinking you can also eat it with some yoghurt.
The main plant chemicals found in muira puama include: alpha-copaene, alpha-elemene, alpha-guaiene, alpha-humulene, alpha-muurolene, alpha-pinene, alpha-resinic acid, alpha-terpinene, arachidic acid, allo-aromadendren, behenic acid, beta-bisabolene, beta-caryophyllene, beta-pinene, beta-resinic acid, beta-sitosterol, beta-transfarnesene, borneol, campesterols, camphene, camphor, car-3-ene, caryophyllene, cerotic acid, chromium, coumarin, cubebene, delta-cadinene, dotriacontanoic acid, elixene, ergosterols, eugenol, essential oils, gamma-muurolene, hentriacontanoic acid, heptacosanoic acid, lignoceric acid, limonene, linalool, lupeol, melissic acid, montanic acid, muirapuamine, myrcene, nonacosanoic acid, para-cymene, pentacosanoic acid, phlobaphene, stigmasterols, trichosanic acid, and uncosanic acid.