Powerful Herbs

Powerful Herbs for your Health


  • Betel nut – Betel nut gives a euphoric feeling and has aphrodisiac qualities. Many people enjoy betel nut especially Asians.
  • Calamus – Stimulating, euphoric, aphrodisiac and mildly hallucinogenic effects.
  • Cha de bugre – Used mostly in Brazil for appetite suppression and weightloss. It acts as a diuretic, reduces appetite and promotes the burning of body fat.
  • Cola nut – Strong stimulant with appetite-suppressing effects. Is also as popular aphrodisiac.
  • Galangal – Culinary herb that is used to improve one’s appetite and vitality. It is also a sexual stimulant with mild hallucinogenic effects.
  • Ginkgo – Ginkgo has a positive effect on blood circulation, especially in the feet, hands and brain. It’s usually taken to improve memory and concentration.
  • Ginseng – Ginseng roots are taken for their adaptogenic, aphrodisiac, stimulating and nourishing qualities. Ginseng is widely used by athletes and students to improve their performance.
  • Gotu Kola – Has vitalizing and rejuvenating effect on the brain
  • Green tea – Green tea is considered one of the world’s healthiest drinks and contains one of the highest amount of antioxidants of any tea.
  • Yerba mate – stimulating beverage that contains numerous vitamins and minerals.
  • Catuba – Known to improve the flow of blood to the genitals and give more powerful orgasms.
  • Clavo Huasca – Peruvian herbal medicine. Powerful sexual stimulant for both men and women.
  • Damiana – Invigorating sexual stimulant which produces a mellow, relaxing high that lasts about two hours.
  • Maca – Promotes sexual endurance, physical stamina and the capacity to deal with stress. Also balances hormone levels.
  • Muira puama – Sometimes written as MaraPuama, means “potency wood” and is a popular sexual stimulant from the Brazilian rain forest.
  • Blue lotus – The effects of Blue lotus are both narcotic and euphoric, while mild hallucinations might occur at higher doses. It’s also an excellent sexual stimulant.
  • Dream herb – Tends to produce very vivid or even lucid dreams.
  • Marihuanilla – Used as substitute for Cannabis. Induces a state of relaxation and has a pleasant taste.
  • Indian tobacco – Gives a relaxed and slightly euphoric feeling.
  • Mulungu – Known as natural sedative. The herb is said to stabilize the central nerve system, promote a good night’s rest and it helps lower blood pressure as well.
  • Passionflower – Contains harmine and harmaline. The herb is used for relaxation and as a sleeping aid. When large quantities are ingested it has mild hallucinogenic effects.
  • Pink lotus – Pink Lotus, also known as Indian Lotus, has been considered sacred in various ancient cultures. It has narcotic, euphoric, sensuous and mystical qualities.
  • Skullcap – Makes you relax and brings relief from fear, anxiety and restlessness.
  • St John’s Wort – Has long history of human usage because of its mood-lifting effects. It’s used to release tension and to feel more positive.
  • Mexican Tarragon – The herb is a remedy of the Curanderos, who use it to make a tea for treating the common cold or to calm the stomach.
  • Valerian – Popular natural soporific. Higher doses induce the feeling of floating on air.
  • White Lily – Contains the psychoactive compounds nupharine and nymphaeine, which have euphoric, sedative and narcotic effects.
  • Wild lettuce – Contains the psychoactive compounds latucopirin and lactucin, which are not opiates but have similar sedative and narcotic effects.

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