Catuaba is an herbal remedy derived from the bark of various plants and trees found mostly in Central and South America. Catuaba is the common name for two species of plants found in the Amazon rainforest.
Catuaba is also a legendary Brazilian Aphrodisiac plant used by the Tupi Indians, with many tunes composed during the past couple of centuries praising its wonders and skills.
How long does Catuaba take to work?
Catuaba works its magic quite quickly, calming anxiety and nerves less than an hour after use. In folk medicine, catuaba is commonly used to treat fatigue, stress, and memory loss.
Some research has found catuaba to have antimicrobial, antiviral, antidepressant, antidiabetic, and antioxidant properties.
A relative of the coca plant, Catuaba doesn’t contain any of the alkaloids found in cocaine! However, within Brazilian herbal medicine, Catuaba bark is categorized as a stimulant and is renowned in South America as a powerful aphrodisiac.