Damiana leaf, also known as Tumera diffusa, is part of the species Turneraceae, which is composed mainly of tropical shrubs, of which Tumera diffusa is one. Some of its common names include Mexican holly and oreganillo. Tumera diffusa is ordinarily found growing in warm climates such as those found in Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Our current supplier for these fantastic herbs is in Mexico. The shrub also produces small yellow fragrant flowers during the summer months.
Magically Speaking, Damiana Leaf in know for help with luck in love and is often used in love spells and love magic. He is also great as an aid for the practitioner, breaking down barriers withing - what is keeping you from being ylur most magical self? His crystal counterpart is clear quartz. When Quartz and Damiana are used together, anything chakra clearing to astral travel is possible. They hold a white light space around the user for any pure intention to be set in motion.
Historically the leaves of these dried herbs have been used to make a tea. Our Damiana Leaf is certified kosher by the Kosher Certification Service of Los Angeles, California. If they are stored in a moisture proof and airtight container in a cool, dark cabinet, they can last on your shelf for one to two years while maintaining freshness and purity.
Vero's Sacred Herbs are all ethically sourced. Each bag is assembled with intention. It is our wish to bring you the highest quality products for your sacred work and that these products serve you to your highest good and greatest essence.
Note: This item cannot be shipped to Louisiana.
Latin Name: Tumera diffusa
Common Names: Damiana leaf, Mexican holly, oreganillo
C/S - Cut & Sifted
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