Marapuama is a medicinal plant, from the Amazon, Brazil, whose name means “potent wood”, and is popularly known for its aphrodisiac properties. Rich in arachidic, lignoceric, behenic acids, campesterol, essential oils, alkaloids, ester and phytosterols, it is used as a "remedy" in cases of sexual impotence, erection difficulties, increasing libido. It is a stimulating tea that promotes sensuality and sensitivity of the senses! In addition, it improves circulation, and can be used to treat several other diseases such as: intestinal disorders, beriberi, depression, weakness, flu, worms, hair loss, rheumatism, memory loss, swelling, cellulite, depression, weakness, anemia , flu, hair loss, rheumatism, stress, memory loss and to stop diarrhea. ... View more »
Passiflora has in its composition passiflorin, flavonoids, C-glycosides and alkaloids, with sedative, calming, sleepy and hypnotic properties, being therefore useful in the treatment of anxiety, nervous tension, insomnia and difficulty in concentration. Some studies show that passionflower can treat menopausal symptoms, such as vasomotor signs (hot flashes and night sweats), insomnia, depression, anger, headaches, and can be a great alternative to conventional hormonal therapy. ... View more »
Rhubarb, is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, C, lutein, potassium, selenium and choline, phytosterols, its properties, can help improve eye health, by having protective substances in the ocular macula, it favors the auto immune system, reduces hot flashes (menopause), helps improve memory, and prevents neurodegenerative diseases, such as alzheimer's or senile dementia. We can also count on its powerful stimulating and digestive effect, used mainly in the treatment of constipation, due to its composition rich in senosides, which provide a laxative effect. Its caloric content is very low, and it also helps in cancer prevention.
Rhubarb is contraindicated for people with hypersensitivity to this plant, in children and pregnant women, as it can cause miscarriage, in women during the menstrual period, in babies or in people with kidney problems. ... View more »