Clavo Huasca Purchase & Information
Clove vine, Clavo huasca, cipó cravo, cipó trindade, clavohuasca, White clove
Why Do People Use Clavo Huasca?
Tynanthus panurensis (Clavo huasca) is viewed as an aphrodisiac for both women and men in Peruvian herbal medicine now days. In two popular herbal recipes it is used an ingredient for frigidity and impotency, which are sold generally in the herbal products markets and stores in Peru as aphrodisiacs and for sexual strength. One of these products is called Rompe Calzon (bust your britches) and other is known as Siete Raices (seven roots). Also, the tincture of this vine is utilized for aching muscles, fever issues and joint pain treatment in Peruvian herbal medicine. The resin or fresh sap from the plant root is utilized for the treatment of dental issues as it contains a compound called eugenol, which is believed to act as a topical pain reliever. As an aphrodisiac, clavo huasca powder is generally prepared by macerating the bark of the plant in alcohol or sugar can rum called aguardiente. In herbal medicine of Brazil, the plant is known as cipó cravo. Clavo huasca powder viewed as an incredible solution for difficult digestion, dyspepsia, an aphrodisiac and intestinal gas.
Is It Safe To Use?
In spite of famous and regular use in the South America region, yet there are not clinical studies on the safety of clavo huasca powder.
How Effective Is Clavo Huasca?
Tynanthus panurensis (Clavo huasca) is a famous toothache reliever. Is also used as a source of relief by those individuals who are suffering from rheumatism. It also plays an important role in sexual stimulation.
How Clavo Huasca Works?
The mechanism of action of Tynanthus panurensis is still unknown.
What Are The Side Effects /Adverse Reactions of Clavo Huasca?
Clavo Huasca should be avoided in lactation and pregnancy because of absence of scientific research on this plant. Tynanthus panurensis contains eugenol, which causes irritation to eyes, gastrointestinal system, respiratory system and may cause skin related issues.
How Clavo Huasca Interacts With Other Herbs and Supplements?
There is no reported interaction between clavo huasca powder and supplements & herbs.
How Clavo Huasca Interacts With Drugs?
There is no known interaction between Tynanthus panurensis and other drugs.
How Clavo Huasca Interacts With Foods?
There is no known interaction of clavo huasca powder and different food items.
How Clavo Huasca Interacts With Lab Tests?
There is no known interaction of clavo huasca and various lab tests.
How Clavo Huasca Interacts With Diseases and Conditions?
There is no known interaction of Tynanthus panurensis and diseases or conditions.
What Should Be the Dose/Administration of Clavo Huasca?
For libido-aid, a tincture of clavo huasca with ratio 4:1, 3-4 mL should be utilized two time every day.
As an appetite stimulant and digestive aid, one cup of leave infusion or vine wood is used daily.
Mostly we discover some perplexity over the genuine identity of an Amazon herb. More than one plant has been promoted as Clavo Huasca; one being Tynanthus and the other being vines of the Mandevilla family. Tynanthus panurensis has now been expressed to be the true Clavo Huasca. In the past Mandevilla vines genus was also known as Clavo Huasca.
General Certificate of Analysis (COA)
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