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damiana

(ˌdæmɪˈɑːnə)
n
(Plants) a small shrub native to Central and South America as well as the Caribbean: the leaves are commonly prepared in tea and consumed as an aphrodisiac
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Translations

damiana

n. damiana, planta originaria de Mex. cuyas hojas tienen acción diurética.
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damiana

n (bot) damiana
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