Overview

Winter savory is an herb. The leaves and stems are used to make medicine.

People take winter savory for early orgasm in men (premature ejaculation), as well as for intestinal disorders including cramps, indigestion, diarrhea, nausea, and intestinal gas. They also take it to treat cough and sore throat, reduce sex drive, and as a tonic.

In manufacturing, winter savory oil is used as a flavoring agent.

In foods, winter savory leaves are used as a flavoring agent.

How does it work ?

Winter savory might work by increasing the production of urine (as a diuretic) and by opening (dilating) blood vessels. It is not known how winter savory might delay orgasm in men.

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