Catuaba bark comes from the Catuaba tree, which is native to Brazil and other parts of South America. It has been used by indigenous tribes for centuries to support overall health and well-being.
How to make catuaba tea?
Catuaba tea can be enjoyed any time of day, either on its own or as a part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. To make Catuaba tea, simply steep 1-2 teaspoons of the dried bark in hot water for 5-10 minutes. As a plant, catuaba has been used for centuries, primarily by the Tupi people who were the first to use it due to its alleged health benefits.
Catuaba bark is typically brewed into a tea or tincture. The resulting tea has a slightly bitter taste with a woody, earthy aroma. It can be enjoyed on its own or with a bit of honey or lemon to taste. People use Catuaba for sexual arousal and performance, agitation, poor memory, and many other conditions.