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Clavo Huasca (Tynanthus panurensis)

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Clavo huasca (Tynnanthus panurensis) means clove vine, and refers to the strong clove-like scent of the trunk and leaves. It is a large woody vine indigenous to the Amazon rainforest and other parts of tropical South America. In Peru, Clavo huasca is traditionally prepared by macerating the vine bark and wood in alcohol or most commonly, the local sugar cane rum called aguardiente.


Clavo huasca is known to give relief when suffering from rheumatism and it works as a sexual stimulant. It is used effectively to relieve toothache as well.

In Peruvian herbal medicine, Clavo huasca is widely respected as an aphrodisiac for both men and women. Amazon indigenous peoples in both Peru and Brazil highly regard clavo huasca as an impotence remedy. Nowadays it is a cornerstone of the two most popular aphrodisiacs/potency formulas in South America.

Clavo huasca is also used as a digestive aid, for fevers - for rheumatism and arthritis and as a muscle relaxant and tonic (it tones, balances, strengthens overall body functions).

It is also known as an adjunctive ingredient in various ayahuasca recipes (or taken shortly after taking the concoction) to settle the stomach. While clavo huasca itself is not a hallucinogen, the ayahuasca brew can be quite purgative - causing vomiting and diarrhoea. Clavo huasca is sometimes added to the brew or taken simultaneously to help reduce these effects.

Clavo Huasca - Usage

When using Clavo huasca for it’s aphrodisiac qualities it is best to prepare the herb as an alcohol tincture (the traditional method). This is an alcohol and water extract which is used when plants have chemicals that are not easy soluble in water.

In the Amazon, a sugar-cane alcohol resembling rum, called 'aguardiente', is often used to prepare plant tinctures and it is 40% to 50% alcohol. To prepare a tincture with a shelf-life of at least one year this proof is really necessary. It does not really matter what type of alcohol you use.

The best way to make a tincture is to use distilled water. Use also a clean glass bottle (dark coloured or plan to store it in dark place out of the sunlight) with tight fitting lid. Because we offer cut herb, you should use 50 grams of Clavo huasca for every 200 ml of liquid (1 cup).

To prepare approximately 1 cup (200 ml) of tincture (some of the liquid will be absorbed by the dry plant material) place 50 grams of Clavo huasca (cut up or powdered) into your clean glass container. Pour ½ cup (100 ml) of distilled water and ½ cup (100 ml) of 90 proof alcohol into the container (or just use 1 cup of straight 40 proof vodka and no water). Seal the container and store at room temperature away from direct sunlight. Extract the liquid for at least two weeks.Shake the bottle daily. Pour the tincture off the top through a piece of cheesecloth to filter it. Use 3-4 ml of this extract twice a day.

Clavo huasca is also used as an adjunctive ingredient in various ayahuasca recipes (or taken shortly after taking the concoction) to settle the stomach. Don't use the tincture when you are trying to settle your stomach. In this situation use Clavo huasca as an infusion. Take 1-2 teaspoons of the cut Clavo huasca and mix it with a cup of (hot) water. Let the cut herb settle to the bottom of the cup, then drink the mixed liquid from the top (leave the sediment in the bottom).


Due to lack of scientific research, as a precaution, do not take during pregnancy or breast feeding. Clavo huasca contains eugenol which is an irritant to eyes, respiratory system, gastrointestinal system and skin. Eugenol is a sensitizer by inhalation and skin contact.

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Knowing What is an Aphrodisiac is important; we all have probably heard a lot of things about aphrodisiacs, or even used them before having sex with someone. Some people do not know what is an aphrodisiac and that is important nowadays. Let me tell you the truth about what is an aphrodisiac in this article and you will stop having doubts about this topic and on top of that I will provide you with a list of aphrodisiacs, some of them famous, some of them not so famous, so you can use them whenever you want to try them on you. What is an aphrodisiac...know you will know!

To get started, let me tell you what is an aphrodisiac: it is a substance or activity which is supposed to heighten sexual interest and desire. There are currently many substances throughout history have been used as aphrodisiacs, and some cultures have built up their own aphrodisiac rituals such as dances which purpose is to highlight female beauty arousing the audience. The efficacy of various products that are currently included in the list of aphrodisiacs is a subject of debate, for the reason that scientific studies have been performed on these substances and on top of that there is a greater concern taking into consideration the fact that some aphrodisiacs, such as rhinoceros horn, are putting endangered animals at risk of extinction. So, besides knowing what is an aphrodisiac you have to make the right choices.

So after knowing what is an aphrodisiac you have to know that the term comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sensuality and love, and so the Greeks referred to sexual pleasure as aphrodisia, and that is why it stands to reason that a substance which enhances this experience would be known as an aphrodisiac.

Many foods are part of the list of aphrodisiacs, including some surprising foods like arugula, garlic, mustard, and asparagus and in some cultures the consumption of specific herbs is supposed to enhance sexual desire, and many societies also include animal products in the list of aphrodisiacs. Tiger penis and rhinoceros horn, for example, are part of the list of aphrodisiacs because these animals are virile and strong and so people want to get those qualities out of them by using their products.

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I can only recommend taking this with ayahuasca. The first 2 times i drank ayahuasca, i vomitted. But on the 3rd time, i mixed it with clavo huasca, and i havent vommitted :)

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