The 11+ Benefits of Damiana (Turnera Diffusa or Aphrodisiaca)

Damiana is a shrub native to southern Texas in the United States, Central America, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean. 

Maya Indians called this species mis kok ("broom for asthma"). 

Damiana has been traditionally used as a remedy against stomach ache, lung diseases related to tobacco abuse, bladder and kidney infections, rheumatism, diabetes, and scorpion stings. 

Today, it's commonly sold in headshops as a "legal high", because smoking the leaves may produce similar effects to smoking marijuana. 

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The 5+ Benefits of Suma (Pfaffia paniculata or Brazilian Ginseng)

Suma (pfaffia paniculata) is a common root in South America, especially in Brazil, known as Brazilian ginseng (Hebanthe eriantha). 

It is nicknamed "para todo" which means "for all" in Spanish.

It is an adaptogen, which means contains molecules that helps the body deal with stress.

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