Of Brazilian origin, the catuaba is a tree known for its aphrodisiac properties found in the bark. This plant grows from the Northeast to the Southeast of the country and was so explored in the middle of the last century that almost became extinct. Fortunately the bushmen of the time began to look for other species of plants and stopped with the predatory collection of catuaba, which has recovered and continues to grow with vivacity in Brazilian territory. Speaking of species, there is more than one called catuaba and all are aphrodisiacs. For those who suffer from sexual impotence the catuaba is among one of the most excellent plants in the treatment, as it helps in the blood circulation of the penial vessels.

Other indications

It is not only to spice up sexual intercourse or to aid in the male erection that catuaba serves. This strongly bitter taste plant acts as a great remedy to reduce anxiety, is bactericidal, antioxidant, diuretic, expectorant, tonic and vasodilator. Its substances also stimulate the central nervous system, improving memory and easing nervousness. It is also worth remembering that catuaba acts against fatigue and is a natural energetic.

How to prepare and drink catuaba tea

Ingredients:

– 1 liter of water
– 1 tablespoon of catuaba peel

Method of preparation:

Put the water and the catuaba peels in a pan and bring to the fire. When boiling, wait ten minutes and remove from heat. Keep the pan covered for another ten minutes, so you can better cook the properties contained in the shell. After that time, strain and store in a glass bottle in the refrigerator.

How to drink:

Made one liter of tea, it is best to take two to three cups throughout the day. Can be consumed icy, warm or at room temperature. Preferably prepare the tea daily so that the beneficial properties will be “alive” for longer and will work in the body more efficiently.

This tea is contraindicated for:

People with heart problems
Cases of urinary retention
Who suffers with glaucoma
* The use of this tea to improve male potency is usually efficient, but when the result is not satisfactory, it is best to consult a doctor to know what other natural treatment may do before joining the medicines.