Catuaba anti anxiety herb that promotes stronger erections
Catuaba Tea - Trichilia catigua Adr. Juss.
Used part: Bark
Catuaba is a tree originally Brazilian and is known in the Brazilian states by several names, such as Catuabinha, Caramuru, Tatuaba, Catuaba-Marapuama and Catuaba-Selvagem. The tree has several different species and is the most famous plant with natural aphrodisiac properties in the country. The tree appears similar to a shrub, with a slightly curved stem. The surface of the stem, which is what tea is made of, is where the health-beneficial properties are most potent, it is grayish and can range from light to dark gray according to the species. It does not have a strong smell, easy to identify, but the taste is of a characteristic bitterness.
Plant of Brazilian origin, catuaba is full of medicinal properties efficient for the maintenance of the human organism. In this way, it is indicated in the treatment of anxiety, as it stimulates the nervous system and reduces nervousness. It is also diuretic, tonic, expectorant and bactericidal. In addition to all these benefits, catuaba is known for the aphrodisiac action, especially regarding the sexual performance of men, which can be stimulated with the use of the tea of this plant.
Catuaba peels have several medicinal properties, but one of them stands out, that is, the effects against the sexual impotence of men. This is because, the plant acts in two different ways to stimulate and relax the male body. In the first instance, the active ingredients of this natural remedy can cause a vasodilation in the penile region. In this way, it ends up acting in a similar way to the properties of medicines in order to combat impotence, as is the case of viagra.
In addition, catuaba is also indicated to attenuate the reception of neurotransmitters. Consequently, it acts as an antidepressant and a physical stimulant. Relaxes the body and stimulates the sensations.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Help in the treatment of tiredness
- Reduce lack of memory
- Mental exhaustion
- Sexual impotence
- Add a tablespoon of bark to a quart of water, putting them on the stove to boil
- When the boiling starts, remove the pan from the heat and let it (capped) rest for 10 minutes
- Next, strain and drink
How to Drink:
Take between two to three cups a day
It can also be consumed iced
To consume the tea correctly, seek medical advice. Overuse can lead to headaches. For people with heart problems, urinary retention and glaucoma, catuaba is not indicated, as well as for pregnant women, infants and children under 12 years of age.