In the spirit of the holiday season, we’re offering 12 Days of Plant Medicine. Get to know some of the natural adaptogens and herbs that come together to create our incredible experiences.
WE GIVE YOU…MUIRA PUAMA AND CATUABA
Found in Love
Behold the wonders of the Amazon rainforest. Taken together, these two herbs are known to rival the “little blue pills” that many men have come to rely on. Even better, Muira Puama and Catuaba work their erotic powers on any gender by increasing blood flow to the pelvic area, aiding erections as well as sensation and orgasms for all.
Long prized as an aphrodisiac and neuromuscular tonic by the peoples of the Rio Negro area in the Amazon rainforest, Muira Puama primes the pump for sexual desire, arousal, and pleasure. Derived from the bark and root of a fragrant flowering shrub native to the region, Muira Puama has been the subject of intense international interest in the last 20 years, with more than 100 articles in the scientific literature. How it works is not completely understood, but several studies claim promising results for arousal, libido, and sexual activity in men and women.
Another traditional Amazon folk medicine derived from tree bark, Catuaba is revered as a powerful aphrodisiac by the Tupi people and the word Catuaba means “that which gives strength to the Indian” in the Tupi language Guarani. Recent studies indicate that catuaba raises energy levels, reduces fatigue, and acts as an antidepressant. It also promotes relaxation and shows strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Catuaba’s powerful energy modulator can invigorate users but also, paradoxically, relax them, particularly in a sexual context. We use these herbs in harmony in our Love product, helping you reach the ideal balance between chill and stimulated. You’re welcome!
On the first day we gave you L-theanine.
On the second day we gave you Damiana.
On the third day we gave you Caffeine.
On the fourth day we gave you Theobromine.
On the fifth day we gave you Galangal.
What are we giving you for the seventh day? Something to improve the most essential part of your night.