2 edition of Characterization of Turnera diffusa var aphrodisiaca found in the catalog.
Characterization of Turnera diffusa var aphrodisiaca
R. M Bogdanowicz
1967 in Toronto .
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University. Theses (B.Sc.Phm.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Turnera diffusa aphrodisiaca is a deciduous Shrub growing to 1 m (3ft 3in) by m (2ft). It is hardy to zone (UK) 9 and is frost tender. It is in flower from July to August.
The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs). Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil.
Turnera: nome xenéricu que foi dau n'honor del naturalista inglés William Turner (). diffusa: epítetu llatín que significa "estendida" Sinonimia. Bohadschia humifusa ; Turnera aphrodisiaca Ward; Turnera diffusa var.
aphrodisiaca (Ward) Urb. Turnera humifusa (C. Clas: Magnoliopsida. var. diffusa. Synonyms; Turnera microphylla Ham. Turnera diffusa var. aphrodisiaca foliage and inflorescence.
A bottle of Damiana liqueur. Damiana is a relatively small, woody shrub that produces small, aromatic flowers. It blossoms in early to late summer and Family: Passifloraceae. A search of Google images for T. diffusa reveals the extent of the confusion, with images for both T. ulmifolia and T.
diffusa being presented as the latter. Compounding the confusion is the fact that both have serrated leaves, and the inflorescence between the two species appears virtually identical at. Turnera diffusa Willd. ex Schult. var. aphrodisiaca (G.H.
Ward) Urb. Show All Show Tabs damiana. Turnera aphrodisiaca Ward (synonym T. Characterization of Turnera diffusa var aphrodisiaca book Willd., family Turneraceae) is commonly known as damiana.
The leaves of T. aphrodisiaca have been used traditionally as a stimulant, aphrodisiac, tonic, diuretic, nerve tonic, laxative and in kidney, menstrual and pregnancy disorders 1, British Herbal Pharmacopoeia 3 lists specific indications for damiana as anxiety neurosis associated with.
Turnera L. – turnera Species: Turnera diffusa Willd. ex Schult. – damiana Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 2 subspecies of Turnera diffusa. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles. Turnera diffusa var.
aphrodisiaca damiana Turnera diffusa var. diffusa damiana Legal Status. Wetland. Turnera diffusa is a natural herbal supplement. The exact mechanism of how Turnera diffusa works is not known.
Turnera diffusa is believed to have stimulant, antidepressant, mood improving, libido enhancing, euphoric, and nervous system restorative properties. Individuals should consult their doctor before taking Turnera diffusa compounds.
Turnera diffusa Willd. var. afrodisiaca (Ward) Urb. (syn. aphrodisiaca) belongs to the family of Turneraceae and is an aromatic plant growing wild in the subtropical regions of America and Africa. Damiana is also known as Turnera diffusa, Mexican Damiana, old woman's broom, and herba de la pastora.
This herb has a reputation for treating and arousing sexual desire in both men and woman which is revealed by the second part of its botanical name 'Aphrodisiaca'.
A very well presented and informative book on herbs from around the globe. Plenty in it for both the casual reader and the serious student. Just one main quibble is the silly way of having two separate entries for each plant. Turnera diffusa and Turnera aphrodisiaca has the same medicinal properties, whereas Turnera ulmifolia looks the same but has a different chemistry.
Introduction: Damiana is a small shrub reaching a height of 4 to 6 feet ( meters), bearing sweet-smelling, serrated leaves growing 4 to 10 inches ( cm) long. Lester F. Ward, on the examination of authentic specimens obtained by Dr. Clair, concluded that the drug is obtained from an undescribed species of Turnera, which Prof.
Vasey and himself designate Turnera aphrodisiaca, and this name we shall accept for the Mexican damiana, until further light is thrown upon the subject. [EDIT] The seeds shown in this post as Turnera diffusa might well be Turnera seeds shown as T.
ulmifolia might well be Sida spp. (probably Sida rhombifolia).Thanks to World Seed Supply for pointing it out. At the time of this editing (June ) and after one year of discussion, the situation isn't yet % figured out.
La Damiana también conocida como Turnera diffusa o Turnera aphrodisiaca es un pequeño arbusto aromático que se encuentra en varias partes de América del Norte y Central.
Comúnmente crece en las laderas rocosas de las regiones secas y soleadas, incluyendo Texas, California, así como México y otras partes de América Central y del Sur.
Turnera diffusa var. aphrodisiaca. Turneraceae. Damiana grows on the brushy hillsides along the Rio Grande in South Texas, into West Texas, Southern California, Mexico, the West Indies and South America.
Its olive green leaves are coarsely toothed along the margin and very aromatic. In Mexico the leaves were used as a substitute for Chinese tea. Sexual potency effects: In an animal study, Turnera diffusa fluid extract (,mL/kg) improved the copulatory performance of sexually sluggish/impotent rats.
1 The highest dose of the extract (1mL/kg) increased the percentage of rats achieving ejaculation and significantly reduced mount, intromission and ejaculation latencies, post. Turnera diffusa var. aphrodisiaca (0 accessions) Turnera diffusa var. diffusa (0 accessions) Autonyms (not in current use), synonyms and invalid designations.
Turnera diffusa. Damiana (Turnera diffusa) is also called Mexican Damiana and Mizib-coc. It is ruled by plutu and used as an aphrodisiac and tonic. In mexico, women commonly drink tea of Damiana before having sexual intercourse. Damiana is known to bring strength to.
Turnera diffusa is a stimulating nerve tonic used for debility and lethargy and is considered to be an aphrodisiac. Habitat: Turnera diffusa, or Damiana, is an aromatic shrub that can be found growing throughout Mexico, Central and South America.
This small plant will only grow to a height of about 30cm, with its leaves being small at 2 cm. [Turnera diffusa leaves are] obovate to lanceolate, from 10 to 25 mm. in length and from 4 to 10 mm. in width, shortly petiolate, obtuse or acute at the apex, and with a short, cuneate base; sharply two- to ten-toothed on each side; the veins ascending, generally strong, straight and simple, and running to the sinuses of the teeth, but sometimes.
Ethnobotany, phytochemistry, and bioactivity of the genus Turnera (Passifloraceae) with a focus on damiana--Turnera diffusa. Szewczyk K(1), Zidorn C(2). Author information: (1)Chair and Department of Pharmaceutical Botany, Medical University of Lublin, Chodźki 1 St, Lublin, by: Check other web resources for Turnera aphrodisiaca G.
Ward. ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library Entrez: NCBI's search engine for PubMed citations, GenBank sequences, etc.
; PubAg: USDA's National Agricultural Library database of full-text journal articles and. Botanical Name Family Turneraceae Turnera diffusa syn. diffusa var. aphrodisiaca Common Names Mexican Damiana Spanish: Agüita de Damiana, Yerba del Pastor, Pastorcita Cautions None noted.
Description Native to the Gulf of Mexico region, the Carribean, and Namibia in southern Africa, the herb is an aromatic shrub, growing to six feet with smooth, pale green [ ]. Turnera aphrodisiaca; Turnera diffusa, conhecida pelo nome comum de damiana, é um arbusto pertencente à família Turneraceae, nativo da América Central, México, América do Sul e do Caribe Descrição.
A Damiana é um arbusto relativamente pequeno que produz flores pequenas e aromáticas. DEFINITION The article consists of the dried leaves of Turnera diffusa Wild. ex Schult. (Family Passifloraceae). It meets the Acceptance criteria under the Assay. SYNONYMS Bohadschia humifusa C.
Presl. Turnera aphrodisiaca Ward. Turnera diffusa var. aphrodisiaca (Ward) Urb. Turnera humifusa (C. Presl) Endl. ex Walp. Turnera pringlei Rose. Turnera macrophylla Ham. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.
However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Species.
Turnera diffusa and T. aphrodisiaca are generally regarded as the same plant in herbal commerce. A closely-related species, T. ulmifolia, is similar in appearance, but it has different traditional medicinal uses. The botanical Latin name of the plant, Turnera aphrodisiaca, describes its ancient use as an aphrodisiac.
Tribal and Herbal Medicine Uses. Pharmacognostic characteristics such as the type of stomata, trichomes, and leaf identify the species, whereas characteristics as leaf size and trichome density differ between varieties.
Keywords: Turnera diffusa, var. diffusa, var. aphrodisiaca, medicinal plant, trichomes, : Karla Marina Baez-Parra, Lilia Alcaraz-Melendez, Apolinar Santamaria-Miranda, Jose Basilio Heredia. Куст Дамианы Turnera diffusa 4, × 2,; MB Семена Дамианы Turnera diffusa × ; 61 KB Семенная коробочка Дамианы Turnera diffusa Seed 4, ×.
Turnera diffusa, commonly known as Damiana, is an aromatic herb native to Central and South America. Damiana users seek it out for sedative and aphrodisiac properties. Considering this purpose, damiana is also referred to as Turnera Aphrodisiaca, and it was reportedly used by.
The aim of this study was to establish a leaf standard monograph with scientific bases of the varieties aphrodisiaca and diffusa of Turnera diffusa Willd.
Schult, cultivated at the same. Find patient medical information for Damiana (Turnera Diffusa) Oral on WebMD including its uses, side effects and safety, interactions, pictures, warnings and user ratings.
Damiana Turnera Diffusa Turnera Aphrodisiaca Botanical name: Turnera diffusa Other names: Turnera Aphrodisiaca Family: Turneraceae Distribution: From Southern California to Argentina.
Origin: Mexico It is very likely that damiana was in use as a medicine, love drink and incense in northern Mexico and the area of the Maya during prehistoric times. Origin: Mexico. Turnera diffusa. Damiana has long been claimed to have a stimulating effect on libido, and its use as an aphrodisiac has continued into modern times.
TAMAQUA PA P. HONE: FAX: E-MAIL: [email protected] CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS IDENTIFICATION Product Name: Damiana Powder Botanical Name: Turnera diffusa Wild Var. AphrodisiacFile Size: 65KB. Family: Turneraceae. Botanical synonyms: Turnera aphrodisiaca, Damiana aphrodisiaca, Turnera microphyllia Part used: action: aphrodisiac, antidepressant.
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Turnera. Species: aphrodisiaca; diffusa. COMMON NAMES. Damiana; Herba de la pastora. USES. Damiana is used as a general tonic for the nervous, hormonal, and reproductive systems. It has an ancient reputation as an aphrodisiac.
Some claim damiana tea has a relaxing effect not-unlike low doses of cannabis. Others argue that Damiana has no active. DAMIANA (The Mexican Tea): Turnera aphrodisiaca. About thirty years ago, Dr. F. 0. St. Clair of Washington, D. C. introduced Damiana to the medical profession of the United States.
The botanical name was not known to Dr. St. Clair, but was after-ward determined as .Suresh Kumar et al. / Evaluation of aphrodisiac activity of Turnera aphrodisiaca IJPPR September-November, Vol 1, Issue 1() 3 mice at various dose levels, i.e., 50, or mg/kg, p.o.
Mounting behaviour was taken as a parameter to evaluate. The effects of damiana apply especially to the genital area.
According to information provided by American physicians, its effects are exciting to the highest degree and are in this regard comparable to the effects of coca.
- Magnus Hirschfeld & Richard Insert excerpted from 'Love Agents'p. Botanical name Turnera diffusa alt. Turnera aphrodisiaca 9.