Upon preliminary research, both compounds (Pinocembrin and Acacetin in Damiana) sound promising. Both are readily available from sources in the US
Pinocembrin is found in honey and propolis, among other plant sources such as damiana. Not sure of the potency in honey or propolis as compared to damiana. It also has been proven to have antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory property. Add it to super-food might be a good idea. no?
Acacetin is found in the leaves of Robinia pseudoacacia (black locust -- native to South East US). It has potential as an anticancer drug.
edit: The compound has a ton of anecdotal data behind it. The scientific studies on it are inconclusive ti seems at this point. What I've read has lead me to decide to take the supplement. I plan to use the traditional means (which agrees with the anecdotal evidence) and steep cut leaves (i'm using dried, although I'm not sure if it was traditionally done with fresh leaves) in hot water and drinking the tea. What I've read indicates that it's traditionally.
(IMO this indicates it might help to lower estradiol (as an aphrodisiac possibly through negative feedback and boosting T temporarily) and prolactin (bed wetting is thought to be linked to prolactin -- although i could be wrong about that because I just rechecked that info as I can't rtemember where I read it originally -- though if prolactin was a concern a person could think about stacking the daminana with zinc if prolactin is thought to be an issue as zinc controls prolactin and MANY people are deficient in it - use chelated form (that's where the mineral attached ("chelated") to an amino acid, like in Elite Pro Mineral which is made by the company who's board you are reading this info for free on -- that's purely informational and not an attack at you OP or any reader).)