Damiana Leaf, c/s

Turnera diffusa


Origin: Mexico

Note: Do not take damiana with food, and avoid during pregnancy. Use with caution with anti-diabetic drugs. Use in small amounts as a flavoring addition.
Damiana, or Turnera diffusa is a flowering shrub native to the subtropical climates of Central and South America, Mexico, southern Texas, and the Caribbean. The plant itself is a low-growing shrub with bright yellow aromatic flowers. The fruits of the plant taste similar to figs, and the aroma of the shrub is similar to chamomile.