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When we talk about aphrodisiacs or natural libido enhancers in Brazil, everyone thinks of catuaba.

Catuaba, scientifically known worldwide as Brazilian viagra, without the harmful effects of viagra.

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Catuaba is so popular in Brazil that they even have a saying about it: “Until the age of 60, a father’s children are his own, After 60 years of catuaba.”

The natives of the Amazon are a catuabát has been used as an aphrodisiac for centuries, but is also suitable for treating fatigue, insomnia, depression, impotence, erectile dysfunction, and low back pain. It helps to concentrate, provides natural energy and strengthens the immune system.

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Its anesthetic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects are also known. It dilates and strengthens blood vessels, improves blood circulation. Its chemical ingredients include tannic acid, plant substances, flavonoids, which are powerful antioxidants. Recent research has shown that catuaba extract strengthens blood cells and helps them fight viruses, including the HIV virus.


A brazilian herbal experts they believe that the color of a fruit or herb refers to which organ is affected by that plant. Extract of catuaba bark is red, which refers to the blood, liver, and circulatory system. Throw a piece of the bark into a glass of hot water and you can see how the water turns red.

Catuaba is a tree that grows in the northern Amazon and the northern regions of Brazil. It has yellow and orange flowers, is oval in shape, and has a yellowish-brown fruit on it. The Erythroxilaceae, belongs to the family of coca bushes, the bark contains a very strong erythoxilum alkaloid, which has an extraordinary antibacterial and antiviral effect.

Whether it can really be used as an aphrodisiac?

The Tupi natives of the Pantanal region of Brazil make an aphrodisiac from it with other ingredients, and it is so certain that the tupi are well acquainted with their plants.

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