Safed Musli is a popular Ayurveda medicinal plant and has much value. It has small sized white flowers in them and can be used to treat several body ailments on its own. It is also mixed with other varieties of medicines and thus a powerful medicine is prepared.
Safed Musli happens to be a Hindi name and is commonly made use of to treat impotence as well as sexual weakness among males. It also enhances the performance level of one’s immune system and helps in increasing the production of testosterone. It also enhances the working of the adrenal gland in order to ensure proper sexual arousal.
Safed Musli also helps in improving blood circulation and also increases one’s energy levels by treating fatigue. It is extremely useful for a healthy life. It is known also as a divine medicine as it has medicinal properties.
Safed Musi Benefits
1. Treats Oligospermia:
It increases the count, liquefaction time, motility as well as volume. It does help in improving testicular functions and also highly improves the levels of one’s testosterone.
2. Eliminates Fatigue:
When it is consumed with sugarcane brown sugar it provides strength and also reduces fatigue. It can be much used by those who are feeling tired. One has to mix the elements together in equal proportion and consumed with milk as well as the dose of a single teaspoonful every day which is very effective in combating fatigue.
3. Reduces Nocturnal Emission:
Safed Musli is very useful in preventing nocturnal emission. It helps calm one’s mind and also eliminates low backache, weakness, loss of energy as well as strength after nocturnal emission. It helps in revitalizing one’s body and also effectively reduces the frequency with which nocturnal emissions occur.
4. Joint pains and arthritis:
Its anti-inflammatory properties that are rather present reduce the inflammation at the joints that occur during arthritis. It is also useful for the production of the synovial fluids while stopping any further deterioration. Obese people must not make use of it as its body weight does increase a bit after consumption.
5. Helps in Lactation:
Safed Musli which is a galactagogue does help in the production of milk. When it is made use of with some other specific herbs such as sugarcane brown sugar and cumin much in quantity it increases the supply of milk.
6. Prevents erectile dysfunction:
It offers strength to the penile tissues. It also helps sustain the erection for a longer period of time while thus improving the hardness. It also promotes spermatogenesis and also helps in the improvement of the hormone profiles.
7. Provides Nourishment:
It is good for those who are underweight. Safed Musli is indeed a very useful remedy as it nourishes one’s body that is suffering from malnutrition.
8. Treats Diabetes Mellitus:
Safed Musli happens to be a potent antioxidant and it has anti-diabetic and anti- hyperglycemia effect. It can treat diabetes in a thin patient. It needs to be taken with milk at a dosage of half teaspoonful daily. It manages blood sugar levels and the treatment varies according to the health of the patient. But it is not advisable for obese patients
9. Treats Oral Infections:
It helps treat oral infections. It needs to e deep fried in clarified butter (ghee) and is also consumed to alleviate throat and mouth infections.
10. Oral infections:
Ayurveda has explained the power or Safed Musli in treating oral infections. The root powder of Safed Musli can be deep fried in clarified butter (ghee) and consumed to alleviate throat and mouth infections.
11. Treats Diarrhea:
It also helps treat diarrhea and dysentery. One can administer small dosage to babies.
Safed Musli Side Effects:
Safed Musli is scientifically referred to as Chlorophytum Borivillianum is not known to have any specific side effects. It is rather safe to consume and is easily tolerated by most individuals.
1. It increases weight
2. Difficult to digest.
3. Leads to loss of appetite.
4. Overdose can be harmful.
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