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Men: Brazilian ‘love plant’ turns YOU into the gift that keeps on giving

The holiday gift exchanges are over… and all the “white elephants” have been regifted or returned.

But how would you like to give your wife EXACTLY what she wants… any time, any day of the year?

I’m talking about being ready for romance whenever she is… and lasting until you’re BOTH satisfied.

Every culture around the world has its “sex secrets”…

And here’s one that comes from deep within the rainforests of Brazil.

You’ll notice a difference in the bedroom right away… and so will your wife!

Regain your sexual prime with this rainforest secret

Herbal extracts, botanical blends, even vegetable roots have been used to promote desire, stamina, and satisfaction for THOUSANDS of years.

One of the steamiest “sex boosters” comes from the peeled bark of the catuaba tree.

Known as both Trichilia catigua and Erythroxylum vaccinifolium to scientists, catuaba trees grow in the Amazon rainforest.

And for generations, the indigenous Brazilian Tupi tribe has used an infusion made from the bark as an aphrodisiac.

The way it works is simple…

It helps get the wheels of your body’s natural arousal process in motion.

And a big part of that is increasing blood flow… “down there.”

Researchers attribute the arousing effects of catuaba to an alkaloid compound it contains, called catuabine.

But catuaba doesn’t just work on your manly parts…

It also affects your brain, by stimulating the production of the neurotransmitters responsible for feelings of happiness (a.k.a. serotonin) and pleasure (a.k.a. dopamine).

That way, you can keep your “head in the game”… leave your worries behind… and just ENJOY yourself.

And you don’t have to worry about it working TOO well… or causing any side effects that will leave you on the bench instead of hitting a home run in the bedroom.

You can find dried catuaba bark whole or as a powder… or as an herbal extract preserved in alcohol as a tincture.