How to Make a Love Potion to Reignite Sexual Desire?

Love Potion

Herbs come in to help in many ways. Now we are going to focus on nourishing a relationship, enhance your own energy and personal power. The Love Potion concoction is a delight for the senses. The ritual and ceremony of creating Love Potion help you concentrate your will and focus it on attaining your goals.

The Mother Nature brings us one of the strongest natural love tonics. It is Catuaba from the Amazonian forest cherished for many years by the Tupi people. Catuaba has been used in combination with Muira puama since ancient times. The bark of this Brazilian rainforest tree is a famous aphrodisiac that aids in strengthening erections. The Tupi people who were the first to discover its sexually stimulating qualities used to celebrate it by singing songs about it. Well enough, this herb can serve to be an invigorating tonic in both men and women. Studies conducted by the World Health Organisation are showing that it also has an anti-depressant action.

Prepare yourself and your environment before you begin making your love potion. The fewer distractions around you, the easier it will be for you to concentrate your energies on the potion you are infusing with your will.

A Love Potion’s power is in the act of making it, however if you want to strengthen it, here is the chant:

Warm seed

Warm heart

Let us never

Be apart


  • To make Love Potion, you can use 1 tablespoon with 250 ml spring water, simmer for 5-10 minutes. Leave to cool for about 10 to 15 minutes before straining into a cup.
  • To increase the intensity of your Love Potion, steep the herb in water, cover the top and leave for 8 hours. If you want to feel the full effects of Catuaba, consume between 1 to 3 cups a day.

In Brazil, Catuaba is often mixed with Muira Puama and sweetened with honey.


Side effects

Studies and reports are insufficient to establish Catuaba side effects for adults.

Special Precautions & Warnings:

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There are no sufficient studies done to determine the safe use of Catuaba herbal medicine during pregnancy and breast feeding. It is best to avoid its use.