Increase your Passion and Creation energy with Damiana Essential Oil’s not always easy to navigate the hurried and manufactured pace of this modern society we live in. How did we land in this world full of “should’s”, “have to’s”, and robotic movements? With so much information passing through our minds on a daily basis, it’s easy to find ourselves feeling disconnected from our bodies, our hearts, and the creative passions that make us such beautiful Human Beings.

Have you ever wondered how you could reconnect with your sensual nature and human desires? Damiana is a flowering shrub that is famous for its abilities to increase the libido and calm the nerves. This plant is native to Central and South America and has been used in traditional folk medicine for hundreds of years, dating back to Aztec, Mayan, and Guaycura cultures. In modern times, we often see Damiana utilized in uplifting herbal smoking blends.

Traditional Purpose

The traditional purpose of Damiana was as a relaxing tea and aphrodisiac, and it is considered a catalyst for deep sexual healing to this day. In addition to its mood enhancing and sensual effects, Damiana is also calming for the nervous system, and can be used to boost digestive functioning, easing constipation and making digestive conditions more comfortable.

The sweet candy-like aroma of Damiana Essential Oil synergistically speaks to the child in all of us — a candid glimpse into its history as a pleasant calming drink for children, and a delightful reminder that this plant ally may be potent, but it is also gentle and joyful.

Stimulate Creativity

As it energizes and balances the sacral chakra, damiana can also ease feelings of hopelessness and depression, enhance one’s creativity, increase sensuality and libido, soothe headaches, enhance digestive function, and increase stamina. If you feel called to continue exploring your creative sacral force, practice moving the energy from your sacral area up through the top of your soul star chakra. This practice can help to harness that life force energy and channel one’s passion into the highest creativity.

While inhaling the sweet aroma of our Damiana Essential Oil, imagine sitting with the ancestors drinking a fresh cup of damiana tea, sipping something so sacred while feeling balanced, centered, energized and activated throughout your entire body. Take a moment to feel their gratitude for everything alive and arrive at the very breath of life and love in this very moment.

The Aroma Top Notes of Damiana

With the aromatic sweet and high-notes of Damiana, experience how it shines through when blending with the following essential oils:

Rosemary Verbenone essential oil has been used for centuries to help with skin conditions, improve memory, and boost circulation. Rosemary is commonly used in aromatherapy for bronchial conditions, such as colds, blocked sinuses, deeps coughs, and congested lungs. Rosemary Verbenone essential oil is a main component of our Hair Tonic, as the oil is recommended for dry scalp and hair loss.

This Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil is grown in the famous Kazanlak Valley of Roses. The Kazanlak Valley is known to produce the finest essential oils in the world, due to its unique climate and soil conditions. This is the sweetest of any Lavender Essential Oil we have ever tested. Bulgarian Lavender essential oil is cultivated and harvested by well-known experts of lavender and its oil production. Bulgarian Lavender contains high amounts of Linalyl and Linalool, chemical components that give the oil its antimicrobial properties.

Essential Oil of Oregano is deemed the world’s most complete natural medicine. Oregano Essential Oil is commonly used for fighting yeast, fungus, infection, and allergies. This Oregano Essential Oil contains 60-70% Carvacrol, a monoterpenoid phenol which gives Oregano its healing benefits. Carvacrol inhibits the growth of several bacteria strains by damaging the bacteria cell membranes and inhibiting their proliferation.

Historically, Thyme Essential Oil was used as a disinfectant in hospitals during World War I. Today in aromatherapy, thyme essential oil is used to help with viral infections, eczma, bronchitis, psoriasis, and insomnia. Thyme essential oil is known as a powerful immune system booster and may be used to prevent colds and flu. The oil is also a powerful disinfectant and has been deemed more effective than most common household cleaning products
Today, Vetiver Essential Oil is used in most perfumes, and more often in men’s colognes, as the scent tends to be more masculine. Vetiver Essential Oil is extracted from Vetiver roots, which must be at least 18 months old before they are harvested. The roots are then steam distilled for nearly a day, leaving behind a thick, brown oil with a deep and intricate aroma.

The mysterious and sweet aroma of Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil is well-known for its ability to relax the mind and the body, to promote positive emotions, and to relieve tension, stress, and anxiety. Ylang Ylang essential oil can be used diluted on the scalp to encourage hair growth. It is also effective in regulating sebum production, making it a good choice for oily or acne-prone skin.

Our Organic Palmarosa Essential Oil is steam distilled from the dried grass part of the plant, which is harvested before it begins to flower. Palmarosa has been used throughout India for thousands of years as a remedy for infection and fever. Palmarosa essential oil contains high amounts of geraniol, which is a natural bactericide and antiseptic. Palmarosa essential oil is commonly used for hydrating the skin. Just a few drops may be applied to any skincare regimen to help with wrinkles, acne, acne scars, and broken veins.

10% Dilute in Meadowfoam

Still want to reap all of the therapeutic benefits of Damiana Essential Oil, but need a more affordable option? We have made a 10% dilute of Damiana available infused in Meadowfoam. Enjoy using this infused dilute at an economical price, while still reaping all of the therapeutic benefits of Damiana Essential Oil.