Birch (Betula pendula L.) is a native tree to cold, northerly climates of Europe. Birch is also called cherry birch, sweet birch, and white birch. Silver birch is often planted in parks and gardens, grown for its white bark and gracefully drooping shoots. Birch wood is believed to ward off evil, banish fears and build courage.
Buckthorn Bark comes from a shrub native to Europe, Western Asia, and the Middle East.
Cat's Claw is a vine with hook-like thorns that resemble the claws of a cat. Native to the Amazon and Central American rainforests, Cat’s Claw Bark has been used for centuries by South Americans.
Catuaba is a medium-sized tree found in the Amazon forests of northern Brazil and traditionally has been used as an aphrodisiac, increases women and men’s libido. It is recognized as one of the strongest natural aphrodisiacs that do not cause side effects.
Cramp Bark is a plant that grows in North America.
Lapacho tea is called the “tea of the Incas.” This herbal tea, which is popular in South America. It is made from the inner bark of the lapacho tree called the Pink Ipe.
An oak tree grows commonly in Europe. Oak Bark (Quercus cortex) is the most popular remedy that is obtained from young stumps and branches of the English oak.
White Willow Bark is most commonly derived from the bark of the white willow tree. This tree is native to Europe and Central Asia and has been in use as a medicinal element for nearly 5,000 years.
Muira Puama is a South American plant, known also as ‘potency wood’ and ‘Viagra of Amazon’ and is regarded as a very effective aphrodisiac and also remedy for sexual dysfunctions in men as well as women.
European Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) is also known as common ash, weeping ash, bird’s tongue or just ash. It is a native tree throughout mainland Europe and western Asia. It is a large tree that can grow up to 40 meters. Nowadays, European Ash Bark is also used in herbalism, and because of its decorative qualities - European Ash is eagerly planted in...
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.) tree is commonly known as horse-chestnut or conker tree and it is native to South-East Europe. It can be found in many parts of Europe, as well as in many parks and cities in the United States and Canada. The Horse Chestnut tree is a favourite subject for bonsai.