Muira Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides)
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Avoid alongside Yohimbe, this combination can be very toxic.
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Part used: Bark and roots
Habitat: Muira puama is a small tree antive to the Amazon river basin, the name is similar in various local languages and roughly translates as 'potency wood'.
Actions: Aphrodisiac, astringent, stimulant, dopaminergic nervine, nervine tonic, noradrenergic, appetite stimulant
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