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CATUABA

(Erythroxylum Catuaba, Trichilia catigua)


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    CATUABA HERBAL DESCRIPTION

    Catuaba (Erythroxylum catuaba) is also known as Trichilia catigua, Anemopegma mirandum, angelim-rosa, caramuru, catagu, catigu, catigua, chuchuhuasha, pau de reposta, or tatuaba. It is a vigorous-growing tree that belongs to the Erythroxylaceae family, whose principle genus, Erythroxylum, contains several species that are related to the coca plant. The coca plant has long been the sources of cocaine, though Catuaba itself contains no active cocaine alkaloids.

    The Catuaba is a smaller flowering tree of the Amazon jungle that grows to about 12 feet high and produces yellow and orange flowers. These flowers produce a yellowish-brown, inedible fruit. It grows in the norther part of Brazil in Amazonas, Para, Perambuco, Bahia, Maranhao, and Alagoas. Catuaba is the most famous aphrodisiac plant in Brazil and has a long history of use and is specifically used to enhance the erection. This aphrodisiac quality was first discovered by the Tupi Indian tribe in northern Brazil and they have been singing its praises ever since. Trading the herb throughoug South America, the Tupis have made Catuaba the most popular of all the Amazonian aphrodisiac plants. It use is so prevalent in Brazile that there is a popular saying that goes "Until a father reaches sixty, the son is his; after that, the son is Catuaba's." This herb has been exported to the U.S.A. and Canada, where herbalists include it in their treatments for a variety of ailments.

    A large amount of confusion exists today regarding the actual species of tree that is harvested in Brazilian forests and sold around the world as Catuaba. Experienced Brazilian harvesters will refer to two species - a "Big Catuaba" and a "Small Catuaba." The confusion thickens when relating these trees to approved botanical species names. "Small Catuaba" is Erythroxylum catuaba (A. J. Silva ex. Raym.-Hamet - the name was accepted in 1936), which grows 2 to 4 meters tall and sports yellow-to-orange flowers and, in Brazil, is referred to as Catuaba. "Big Catuaba," in the mahogany family, is Trichilia catigua (A. Juss.), which grows 6 to 10 meters tall, has cream-colored flowers and - in Brazil - is referred to as catigua and angelim-rosa. Moreover, three other (unapproved) botanical names for catuaba are used incorrectly in herbal commerce today: Juniperus brasiliensis (which is thought to refer to "small catuaba"), and Anemopaegma mirandum and Eriotheca candolleana, which are completely different species altogether. Anemopaegma is a huge tree in the Bignonia family, growing to 40 meters tall and called Catuaba-verdadeira in Brazil. This species of tree is now harvested and exported out of Brazil by inexperienced or unethical harvestors (resulting in the incorporation in herbal products sold in the U.S. today) as just "Catuaba." Erythroxylum catuaba and Trichilia catigua are the preferred Brazilian herbal medicine species, with the longest documented history of use as "big and little catuaba." Both types are used interchangeably in Brazilian herbal medicine systems for the same conditions.





    Catuaba Bark (Trichilia catigua)


    CATUABA USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    Catuaba bark has analgesic, antibacterial, anti-viral, vasodilator, vasorelaxant, tonic, and central nervous system stimulant properties as well. Today, herbalists the world over considers Catuaba a highly effective aphrodisiac and central nervous system stimulant. The bark is used for sexual impotency, agitation, nervousness, exhaustion, and neurasthenia. Catuaba also helps sharpen the memory and strengthens the libido. It can also help nervous conditions such as insomnia, hypochondria, and pains related to the central nervous system.

    CATUABA
    HERBAL PROPERTIES AND ACTIONS
    Main Actions
    Other Actions
  • Increases libido
  • Relieves pain
  • Calms nerves
  • Kills bacteria
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Kills viruses
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  • Dilates blood vessels
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  • Relaxes blood vessels


  • TRIBAL & HERBAL MEDICINE USES

    In Brazilian herbal medicine today, Catuaba is considered a central nervous system stimulant with aphrodisiac properties. A bark decoction is commonly used for sexual impotency, agitation, nervousness, nerve pain and weakness, poor memory or forgetfulness, and sexual weakness. In Brazil it is regarded as an aphrodisiac with "proven efficacy" and, in addition to treating impotence, it is employed for many types of nervous conditions including insomnia, hypochondria, and pain related to the central nervous system (such as sciatica and neuralgia).

    In European herbal medicine Catuaba is considered an aphrodisiac and a brain and nerve stimulant. A bark tea is used for sexual weakness, impotence, nervous debility, and exhaustion. Herbalists and health practitioners in the United States use Catuaba in much the same way: as a tonic for genital function, as a central nervous system stimulant, for sexual impotence, general exhaustion and fatigue, insomnia related to hypertension, agitation, and poor memory.

    According to Michael van Straten, noted British author and researcher of medicinal plants, Catuaba is beneficial to men and women as an aphrodisiac, but "it is in the area of male impotence that the most striking results have been reported" and "there is no evidence of side effects, even after long-term use."

    PLANT CHEMICALS

    The chemical constituents found in catuaba include alkaloids, tannins, aromatic oils and fatty resins, phytosterols, cyclolignans, sequiterpenes, and flavonoids. One Brazilian researcher documented (in 1958) that catuaba contained the alkaloid yohimbine (but it was unclear which species of tree he was studying). A mixture of flavalignans, including cinchonain (also found in quinine bark), was isolated from the bark of Trichilia catigua and reported to have antibacterial and anticancerous properties.

    BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES & CLINICAL RESEARCH

    Clinical studies on catuaba also have shown results related to its antibacterial and antiviral properties. A 1992 study indicated that an extract of catuaba (Erythoxlyum catuaba) was effective in protecting mice from lethal infections of Escherichia coli and Staphlococcus aureus, in addition to inhibiting HIV significantly. The study found that the pathway of catuaba's anti-HIV activity stemmed (at least partially) from the inhibition of HIV absorption into cells, and suggested that catuaba had potential against opportunistic infections in HIV patients. A U.S. patent was granted (in 2002) to a group of Brazilian researchers for a catuaba bark extract (Trichilia catigua). Its patent refers to animal studies it conducted that reported that it relieved pain and relaxed and dilated blood vessels in rats, rabbits and guinea pigs. A study published in 1997 reported that catuaba bark had significant pain relieving activity in vivo.

    CURRENT PRACTICAL USES

    While no clinical research has validated the traditional use of catuaba as an aphrodisiac, it continues to be used widely for its ability to enhance sexual drive and increase libido in both men and women. In the last several years, its popularity has grown in the North American herbal market, with various products (especially libido formulas) now available in health food stores. Catuaba is also showing up in other formulas for depression, stress and nervous disorders. (The jury's still out as to which species is being sold, however!) Interested consumers should seek a reputable manufacturers and products - with a verified plant source and botanical species for the herbal ingredient being sold.

    WORLDWIDE USES OF CATUABA

    Brazil: It is used as an aphrodisiac, central nervous system stimulant, and tonic; for exhaustion, fatigue, forgetfulness, frigidity, genitals, general pain, hypochondria, impotence, insomnia, nervousness, nerve pain, poor memory, sexual weakness, sleep, syphilis. In Brazilian herbal medicine today, Catuaba is considered a central nervous system stimulant with aphrodisiac properties. These aphrodisiac properties have been shown to be both stimulating to a male and a female. A tea made from the bark is used for sexual impotency and lack of sexual interest, weakness, poor memory or forgetfulness. In Europe this herbal medicine is considered an aphrodisiac as well as a nerve and memory stimulant. The use of Catuaba bark can help cause increased erotic dreams, also thought to normalize prostate function. In 2002 a Brazilian company was awarded a patent for an HIV prevention formula based on an extract of the Catuaba herb. Research is still in progress.

    Peru: Catuaba is used for skin cancer.

    United States: Catuaba is used as an aphrodisiac, stimulant and tonic; for fatigue, impotency, insomnia, nervous exhaustion, nervous system weakness, pain, poor memory, sleep, weakness.

    Elsewhere: Catuaba is used for brain, circulation, fatigue, genitals, impotence, low libido, nervous system.





    CATUABA DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Catuaba actions include aphrodisiac, nervine (balances/calms nerves), anti-anxiety, central nervous system tonic (tones, balances, strengthens the nervous system), antiviral. Its main uses are an aphrodisiac and libido stimulant for males and females to tone, balance, and calm the central nervous system (and for nerve pain, exhaustion, over stimulation) for nervousness, emotional stress, and insomnia (related to overactive neurotransmitters) as a general tonic (tones, balances, strengthens overall body functions) for poor memory, Alzheimer's disease, and dementia.

    Properties and actions documented by research include analgesic (pain-reliever), antibacterial, antiviral, vasodilator, vasorelaxant.
    Properties and actions documented by traditional use include anti-anxiety, aphrodisiac, cardiotonic (tones, balances, strengthens the heart), central nervous system tonic (tones, balances, strengthens), nervine (balances/calms nerves), tonic (tones, balances, strengthens).

    Catuaba comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions.

    Constituents: Some varieties of catuaba contain yohimbine. The antibacterial constituent of the herb is cinchonain. Also contained are fatty acids, phytosterols, and antioxidant flavonoids.

    Parts Used: Bark.
    Typical Preparations: Catuaba is used in capsules, teas, and tinctures.

    The native peoples of the Amazon who use Catuaba combine it with Muira Puama, allowing the mixture to stand in warm water overnight to make an amber medicinal infusion.

    Traditional Preparation: Generally in Brazil, a standard infusion (bark tea) and an alcohol tincture are employed.

    Infusion: 1 cup of infusion once to three times daily.
    Tincture: 2 to 3 ml of a standard alcohol tincture extract twice daily.





    CATUABA SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS INFORMATION

    There are no safety issues or interactions associated with Catuaba when taken in the recommended doses. Cautions: none. Contraindications: None known. Drug Interactions: None known. To date, no toxicity studies have been done on catuaba - but its long history of use in Brazil has reported no toxicity or ill effects. In fact, according to Dr. Meira Penna, the only side-effects are beneficial - erotic dreams and increased sexual desire!

    To date, no toxicity studies have been done on Catuaba at this time. Its long history of use in Brazil has reported no toxicity or ill effects. In fact, according to Dr. Meira Penna the only side effects are beneficial, such as erotic dreams and increased sexual desire.





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    In laboratory experiments, Catuaba causes HIV to become inactive. It prevents staph infections. Catuaba bark has analgesic, antibacterial, anti-viral, vasodilator, vasorelaxant, tonic, and central nervous system stimulant properties as well. The native peoples of the Amazon who use catuaba combine it with muira puama, allowing the mixture to stand in warm water overnight to make an amber medicinal infusion. There is laboratory evidence that catuaba enhances male sexual performance by increasing the brain's sensitivity to dopamine, making the sex act more pleasurable, as well as by vasodilation, enhancing erectile strength. The aphrodisiac qualities are said to be beneficial not only to men, but women as well. Today, herbalists the world over considers Catuaba a highly effective aphrodisiac and central nervous system stimulant. The bark is used for sexual impotency, agitation, nervousness, exhaustion, and neurasthenia. Catuaba also helps sharpen the memory and strengthens the libido. It can also help nervous conditions such as insomnia, hypochondria, and pains related to the central nervous system. In 2002 a Brazilian company was awarded a patent for an HIV prevention formula based on an extract of the Catuaba herb. Research is still in progress. For HIV: Use the tincture and take 1/2 teaspoon in 1/4 cup water twice daily, or as directed on the label.

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