Botanical & Other Names: Du Song, Juniperus Brasiliansis

Native to the Brazilian forests, Catuaba plants serve as a traditional staple in Brazilian medicine. As an aphrodisiac and stimulant, Catuaba increases blood flow to both the brain and genitals, helping males who suffer from weak erections and low libidos. The plant also helps improve memory; cure people suffering from sleeping disorders; and absolve pain associated with chronic fatigue, anxiety, and high blood pressure.

A Depressed Libido - It Might Be A Gluten Problem

Problems with libido are defined as a lack of sexual desire and affect both genders. In men it often means difficulty maintaining an erection during sex. There are many causes of low libido in men: Diet, weight, stress, fear, medications, street drugs, food allergies/sensitivity and pain are among the most common.  

With so many different causes it can be tricky to find the main cause or combination of causes. Start with keeping an eye on how your diet affects your body.

Gluten Problems
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Revive The Passion

Women looking to revive the passion once again may want to take Catuaba, a natural herb said to increase DHEA levels in menopausal women. Read more
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Maca and Catuaba are the key ingredients of the Inca Libido Formula that help boost your sexual desires. If you noticed your sex drive has decreased because of age, weight or a hormonal imbalance, see how this formula can help you regain your old urges.
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