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Safed Musli is a traditional medicinal plant found is natural forest. Safed Musli is among the 20-odd species of native medicinal plants that enjoy extensive therapeutic application and expansive global market. Safed Musli is celebrated as a “Divya Aushad” with unparalleled medicinal aphrodisiac properties. It is a chief ingredient in the preparation of over a hundred Ayurvedic formulations. Besides its extensive use in Ayurveda and other conventional medicinal systems in Asia, Safed Musli is also gaining increasing acceptance as a vitalizer and health-giving tonic, a curative for pre-natal and post-natal problems, a restorative for immunity-improvement and as a remedy for diabetes and arthritis.
Alongside, the recent discovery of Safed Musli as a natural and safe aphrodisiac agent has also opened up new channels of application and new demand for it. By virtue of being a herb, Safed Musli has been found to be an ideal aphrodisiac with no negative side-effects associated with chemical-based aphrodisiac.
It is a pretty herb of 1.5 feet high with erect lanceolate herbed leaves erect dense flowered racemoses of white color. Safed Musli belongs to the family of Liliaceae.
Safed musli contains saponin and alkaloids and these are the components that give safed musli its medicinal activity. Saponins are soap-like components found in plants that have can form foam. Two of the key saponins are hecogenin and stigmasterol. Stigmasterol is very similar in structure to testosterone. Consequently it can occupy the testosterone receptor sites -doorways to the cells, which can act like an aphrodisiac. Hecogenin has steroidal-like effects that help synthesize anabolic hormones. Anabolic hormones allow men to retain nitrogen more readily, which helps form larger more bulging muscles. Safed Musli is often referred to as Viagra without the side effects.
Musli Powder : 3-6 grams per day.
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