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damiana

[ dam-ee-an-uh ]
/ ˌdæm iˈæn ə /
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noun

the dried leaves of a Mexican plant, Turnera diffusa, formerly used as a laxative and a tonic, and purported to be effective in the treatment of sexual impotence.

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Origin of damiana

From American Spanish
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