Happiness through health & vitality
It improves the quality and quantity of semen. impotent sexual weakness, functional, psychic & idiopathic sexual and senile debility.
A Safed Musli ( Asperagus Adsendenshas ) Product
Safed Musli ( Asperagus Adsendenshas ) : very good Ayurvedic medicinal use. It is rich source of over Many alkaloids, vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, seponins and polysaccharides etc Used for Sexual weakness, low libido, low sperm count etc. It is also found to be effective as a energetic one in cases of cough and asthma.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera ) is its ability to boost the immune system. In fact, several studies have reportedly shown it to greatly boost the immune system, increasing white blood cell production, helping to ward off illness and disease. It’s these benefits that make it a go-to choice in Indian herbal medicine for people in recovery who are looking to rebuild their internal system after illness.But, immune-system benefits are far from the only perks of this plant. In addition, increasing fertility and even sperm count. It has also been traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. However, the roots may actually decrease fertility for women, so be forewarned.
Kaunch Beej( Mucuna pruriens): Mucuna pruriens have been long used to increase the sexual libido in both men and women.
The beans of Mucuna pruriens is being also used on sportspersons to increase their muscle mass. These seeds also help in improving the memory power and help to gain weight which is lost due to excessive exercise. Prolactin is a hormone released by the pituitary gland which is considered to be the cause for erection failure in men.
Shatavari(Asparagus racemosus) has been used for centuries in Ayurveda as an aid for the reproductive system, particularly for females, and as a support for the digestive system, especially in cases of excess pitta. Translated as “having one hundred roots” and also referred to as meaning “having one hundred husbands”,Shatavari’its traditional use as a Rejuvenative tonic for the female reproductive system. This support is not only for the young woman, but also for the middle aged and elder lady, to help a woman gracefully transition through the natural phases of life,
Goukharu ( Tribulus Terrestr ) is plant also called as “puncture vine” has long been used all around the world for various diseases. Tribulus Terrestris popularly claimed functioning to improve human rejuvenative. It is widely used to treat ailments such as headache, nervous disruption, constipation, and sexual dysfunction. Tribulus terrestris L is used in the Arabic folk medicine to treat various diseases, mainly diabetes. Extract of Tribulus Terrestris plant stimulated the power production in the body and brings fitness and happiness to life.
The most noted benefits of tribulus terrestris is it’s use in treating rejuvenative deficiencies. It has been used for years to treat libido and infertility problems. Gokharu (Tribulus terrestris) seeds are useful in the diseases of Impotence, Rheumatisms. Urinary disorders and Urinary stones Swelling
- Loss of libido
- Sexual Neurasthenia
- Erectile dysfunction
- impotence- idiopathic/ psychogenic
- to increase the sperm count in males
- Increase sperm fertility
- Premature Ejaculation
- General Debility Lethargy
- It nourishes and strengthens immunity
|Sr. no.||Ingredient||Use of Part||Botanical name||Reference Book||Quantity|
|Composition: each HPMC Capsule contains.|
|1||Jatifal||Fruit||Myristica Fragrans.||A.B.||70 Mg|
|2||Musli||Root||Asparagus Adscendens.||A.B .||70 Mg|
|3||Kavchabeej||Seed||Mucuna Pruriens.||A.B.||70 Mg|
|4||Ashwagandha||Root||Withania Somnifera.||A.B.||50 Mg|
|5||Gokharu||Fruit||Tribulus terrestris||A.B .||50 Mg|
|6||Vidarikand||Root tubar||Pueraria tuberosa||A.B.||45 Mg|
|7||Abhrak Bhasma||R.T.S.P.S.Part.1||40 Mg|
|8||Satavary||Root||Asparagus Racemosus.||A.B .||40 Mg|
|9||Pipali mul||Stem||Pipar Longum||A.B .||40 Mg|
|HPMC. Capsule Approved Color Used in Capsule Shell.|
In Container Pack of
1 x 10 Cap
Adult:-2 capsule 2 to 3 Times a day or As directed by the physician