Chlorophytum Borivilianum, also called White Musli, is a potent aphrodisiac and string adaptogenic herb used in ayurveda and herbal science. It is effective for improving male performance, inducing spermatogenesis and providing strength to the muscles.
Musli Tuberous Roots and Seeds are used for therapeutic purposes. The roots are most commonly used in ayurvedic aphrodisiac formulation. The most common formulation is Musli Pak.
The Musli roots contain around 25 types of alkaloids, vitamins and minerals like calcium, potassium, and magnesium. It also contains polysaccharides, resins, phenol, and mucilage content. The simple sugars like fructose, glucose, galactose, sucrose, xylose and mannose are also found in the Musli roots.
Most frequent questions and answers
- General debility due to Diabetes.
- As a remedy in Arthritis & Joints pain.
- Great helpful in Men and Women sexual problems.
- Tonic for physical weakness and many other illnesses.
- Powerful sex tonic.
- Natal and post-natal problems.
Safed musli contains chemicals that might have effects in the body. Research in animals shows it might decrease swelling (inflammation). Animal research also shows that it might increase sexual activity and might possibly have effects similar to testosterone.