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Yumbina: what is it and what is it for

by Alivia Nyhan
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Thanks to modern advances, there are specialized drugs and products for various purposes, thereby expanding the range of possibilities not only for health but for social experiences and, in some cases, for disease if not used properly.

Among these products, one can benefit from any of the purposes above: Lumbini. This is a powerful drug used in animals and humans with various intentions. Still, due to the ambitions that it can produce thanks to its effects, it is essential to be informed and prudent before its administration. At FastlyHeal, we explain the Lumbini: what and what it is for.

Origin of the Lumbini and ancestral uses

The origin of the Lumbini (also traditionally called yohimbine and yohimbé) is found in trees in Africa. This substance is extracted from the trunks of these trees and used by generations of shamans and spiritists in these regions to facilitate entry into trance states, especially those rites that involve orgies or sexual stimulation.

What is yumbina

Currently, pharmacology considers it an efficient, competitive antagonist of adrenergic receptors. This means that when used, the impression is produced in the body that there are deficient levels of the hormone adrenaline, which naturally induces the activation of the sympathetic nervous system and the reactions of excitement and alarm.

Faced with this situation, the neuroendocrine system responds by rapidly increasing adrenaline levels in the blood. This produces a more excellent peripheral blood supply (muscles and extremities) and also, especially in this case, in the genital organs: penis in men, vagina, and clitoris in women. In addition, it favors the lubrication of these organs and the mouth by stimulating greater salivation.

What is yumbina for

Thanks to the effects above, the most critical and everyday use of yohimbine today is in female animals such as equines (mares and donkeys) and bovines (cows and buffaloes) when they refuse to reproduce with males. Or with a specific male. The administration of this drug makes it easier for them to consent to procreation voluntarily.

When we take this compound to human use, it can be used for very similar purposes, but being aware that the doses and precautions are different and even more delicate.

Medical uses of yumbina

Lumbini can be prescribed as a medicine in the following cases, although it is not one of the most popular:

The most common presentations of yohumbina are:

  • Tablets
  • Consumable extract in drops.
  • It is found in topical products (creams) and commonly has fat-burning functions.

The widespread use of yumbina

However, the popularly known use of this product is that of female sexual stimulation, that is, as an aphrodisiac. They also frequent nicknames for this product, such as ‘aphrodisiac’ or, the most common and vulgar: ‘calientaburras.’ In some couples, it is used to promote stimulation of the woman, as well as more excellent lubrication. Certain people have dared to apply it without the woman’s prior permission or consent, which can be considered a crime if proven.

For these and even more reasons, considerations should be taken in its application or consult with a health professional before use. Even though it is usually sold and consumed without a prescription in most countries, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies it as a risky product. Let’s say that it is not tricky for effects to occur secondary if not used wisely.

Lumbini: side effects and contraindications

Side effects

If you do not consult a doctor or take care of the dose and hours of administration of the product, the following side effects may occur:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Insomnia.
  • Irritability and panic attacks.
  • Psychomotor agitation (tremors).
  • Headaches.
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting
  • Suffocation, sweating
  • Poisoning.


Lumbini is contraindicated in the presence of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  • Arterial hypertension and cardiac arrhythmias.
  • History of cardiovascular accidents.
  • Anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorders.
  • Bleeding
  • Renal insufficiency.

This article is merely informative, at FastlyHeal .com we do not have the power to prescribe medical treatments or make any diagnosis. We invite you to see a doctor in the case of presenting any condition or discomfort.

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