Damiana Tea

Discussion in 'Ethnobotanicals' started by RoboCop, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. RoboCop

    RoboCop Platinum Member & Advisor

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    I have been using the search engine on this forum reading all of the articles to do with damiana, but no one has said anything about their experience with damiana tea, and erowid has very little info on this as well, there are a few reports with effects but I cannot find anything on the dosage of dry leaves to seemer in the tea. I was thinking of trying a tea with 15g of dry leaves but from what I read on erowid this may be way to much? There is way to little info on this, but the experiences on erowid that did have nice marijuana like effects from the tea did not lable dosages, and if they did it was with unkown strength extract not dry leaves. Anyways has anyone made tea with dry leaves? Any effects? I'd like to hear as much as you guys could tell me on the effects, dosages, length of the 'experience' , and overall thought of this as an alternative high. You guys better answer <img border="0" src= "smileys/smiley15.gif">.


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  2. Alfa

    Alfa Productive Insomniac Staff Member Administrator

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    Take 20 grams and put in some tea bags or tea eggs in one liter boiled water. Let it sit there for as long as possible, depending on at what time the taste gets to strong for you. 24 hours works very well. Drink this with two persons. Feelings of touch will be intensified. Especially woman get aroused from Damiana, but as a male I certainly enjoy it as an erotic enhancer. Not in the first place as an Marijuana replacement. When smoked one needs three joints to get a good effect. Smoked I find it a mild drug.
     
  3. Calyspical

    Calyspical Silver Member

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    What does the brewed tea do for you ?