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The Catuaba is a very powerful banded wood of the Coca family (Erythroxylaceae) which comes from the Amazonian forest. Catuaba means "that gives power to the Indian". It is recognized as an aphrodisiac that makes the libido "explode". This bark also acts to soothe feelings of nervousness and increase concentration. Ideal for Libido, Tonic, Resistance thanks to its contents in alkaloids, catuabine A, B and C and tannin. You meet problems of libido or simply wish to improve your intimate relations, the catuaba is a natural plant recognized for its great aphrodisiac virtues
Decoctions, creation of mother tincture, arranged rum, planters. Dosage: 50g per litre.
Freshness packet - DUO 12/2025
Brazil - Amazonia
The catuaba is an extremely powerful wood bandage. This plant comes from the north of Brazil. The erythroxylum catuaba belongs to the Erythroxylaceae family. If it belongs to the same genus as coca, don't worry, it does not contain cocaine. Also, consuming catuaba is neither prohibited nor dangerous for your health. The catuaba is a banded wood which is none other than thebark of the tree of the same name. It is widely used in Brazilian medicine for two reasons: it has aphrodisiac properties and stimulates the central nervous system. In addition, according to a study conducted in 1992, this plant helps prevent serious bacterial infections. If the Indians have long since adopted catuaba, it was not until the 1950s that this plant officially became part of the pharmacopoeia in Brazil. In Europe, one uses since the 1920s the wood banded for its capacity to influence the libido and to improve the erection. The Indians call this plant "what gives strength to the Indian"
Catuaba has a mineral and grassy taste, it is a full-bodied and fresh plant at the same time.
Catuaba is a plant that can grow up to two to four metres high. It produces yellow and orange flowers, but these are not edible. What we are interested in is the bark of the plant. It is the bark that is harvested to provide us with the very effective bandaged wood that is the catuaba. But if we mention the small catuaba, there is also another tree, the large catuaba, which can reach 10 m high. This time the flowers are cream-coloured. However, here again, it is the bark of this tree that interests us.
The catuaba is not integrated into the kitchen like many plants and spices that I propose here. This plant is mainly used to make infusions. The infusion with catuaba can be consumed before a sexual intercourse to increase the desire and the performances. It is also in decoction that this banded wood is consumed. Place small pieces of wood in a pan of water and let it macerate for 8 hours before boiling for 20 minutes. This decoction is consumed cold, it offers a more important effectiveness than the infusion. This is due to the time of maceration which allows the catuaba to diffuse all its properties in water. To add pleasure to pleasure, I also suggest using catuaba in an arranged rum. There are different recipes for homemade rum, so it's time to make your own. Steep catuaba in white or dark rum, depending on your preference. Add vanilla (you can find all kinds of vanilla on this shop), cinnamon and ginger. Ideally, this preparation should macerate for a good 2 months.
The catuaba is primarily known for its aphrodisiac virtues. This banded wood stimulates the erection in men and develops the female libido. If it is used against impotence and frigidity, catuaba is also intended for people who wish to improve their sexual performance. It is the catuabine, an alkaloid, which stimulates the nervous system and the libido. On the other hand, catuaba is used to reduce stress and anxiety, which are both enemies of the libido, everything is related. It is also an aid to concentration. Note that this type of product is not recommended if you suffer from high blood pressure, heart or cardiovascular problems
Catuaba should preferably be kept away from light and humidity.
Based on 35 customer reviews
philippe Jean B.
published the 27/05/2021
following an order made on 13/05/2021
Petit morceaux qui infuse dans un rhum il faudra attendre avant de le déguster
published the 17/05/2021
following an order made on 07/05/2021
Pas encore essayé.
published the 14/05/2021
following an order made on 06/05/2021
Dans le rhum.
published the 30/04/2021
following an order made on 22/04/2021
Integré dans un rhum arrangé, il va falloir attendre pour le résultat
Morceaux d’écorce très fin
published the 27/04/2021
following an order made on 16/04/2021
published the 27/04/2021
following an order made on 15/04/2021
Bonne présentation, bien emballé. Pas encore utilisé.
published the 06/04/2021
following an order made on 08/03/2021
noel J C.
published the 24/03/2021
following an order made on 12/03/2021
Pas encore dans le rhum
Rose Nancy B.
published the 22/03/2021
following an order made on 14/03/2021
Pas encore testé mais je suis confiante
published the 16/03/2021
following an order made on 05/03/2021