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- n. Turnera diffusa, an American passifloraceous shrub whose leaves were traditionally used for relaxation by indigenous peoples.
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- n. A Mexican drug, used as an aphrodisiac.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A drug consisting of the leaves of certain Mexican plants, species of Turnera, chiefly T. microphylla and T. diffusa, and Bigelovia veneta, supposed to have tonic and stimulant properties.
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Shrimp in damiana and tequila sauce: Camarones al damiana y tequila by
Shrimp in damiana and tequila sauce: Camarones al damiana y tequila
In another small trial, a supplement containing L - arginine plus the herbs ginseng, ginkgo biloba, and damiana increased sexual desire, sensation, and satisfaction.
Other herbal treatments for erectile dysfunction include horny goat weed, cuscuta seed extract or semen cuscutae, tribulus terrestris or puncture vine, damiana or turnera aphrodisiaca.
She looked at thistle next for her tea, a strengthener of the heart and breath, and good for mother's milk, but she chose damiana instead, which helped keep women's cycles in balance.
Stimulants of the generative functions, like rue, savin, tansy, cantharides, and damiana, may also be accessory causes of congestion and inflammation.
Unlike K2, the new version says on its label that it includes damiana, a plant native to Mexico,
Mamey cake with cream cheese frosting: Pastel de mamey con budin de queso crema Shrimp in damiana and tequila sauce: Camarones al damiana y tequila Crab cakes with chipotle sauce: Tortitas de jaiba en salsa de chipotle
It is used frequently with tequila, and some say that the original margarita was made with damiana liqueur and not
The best damiana liqueur is made on ranches in southern Baja, but commercial brands are becoming increasingly popular and available in large liquor stores and on the Internet.