What is Damiana?
Damiana, or Turnera diffusa, is a small woody shrub that is native to Texas, Mexico, Central and South America. It thrives in hot, humid climates and is both wildcrafted and cultivated.
The use of damiana leaf as a medicinal herb dates back to the ancient Maya, Aztecs and Guaycura who lived in modern-day Mexico. Its primary traditional use has been as an aphrodisiac, but it has also been valued as a relaxant and dream enhancer.
Today, damiana is consumed as an herbal smoke, tea, tincture and liqueur. Damiana is considered an adaptogenic herb because it exerts a normalizing effect upon body functions and helps the body adapt to stress.
Read about the science backing Damiana HERE.
Where is your damiana sourced?
We source our damiana from a family farm in Baja California sur Mexico. The farm grows organically and steam distills the plant biomass on site for an optimal quality extract.
What is cherry wine hemp? Will it make me high?
Cherry Wine is a cross-bred hybrid hemp strain of The Wife x Charlotte's Cherries. This cultivar boasts CBD potency of 15-25%, while maintaining <0.3%THC. Cherry Wine Hemp is non-psychoactive.
Find out what other people are saying about Cherry Wine Hemp HERE.
What makes cherry wine hemp flower special?
Cherry Wine has been praised for its consistent high yield of CBD while maintaining compliance of less than 0.3% combined THC/A.
With a robust terpene profile, Cherry Wine emits a berry-floral aroma with elements of black pepper, pine and citrus from the presence of B-Caryophyllene, B-Pinene and Limonene.
Is it full spectrum?
Yes, our hemp flower is extracted to retain all naturally occurring beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes.
Read more about the efficacy of full spectrum hemp oil HERE.
Where is your hemp sourced?
Our hemp is cultivated in San Diego County on a family farm using organic practices. The plants are hand harvested and the hemp flower processed for extraction in Southern California.
Do you lab test your products?
Is cannabis an aphrodisiac?
Cannabis has been used as an herbal aphrodisiac for thousands of years. Read more about this topic HERE.
What is anandamide?
Anandamide is a little-known brain chemical that’s been called the “bliss molecule” for the role it plays in producing feelings of happiness.