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  • Aswagandha

  • Satavari

  • Bala

  • Vidari Kanda

  • Musali (Musli)

Aswagandha (Withania somnifera) Indian Ginseng

Asvagandha is one of the best known medicinal herbs, said to be in use for thousands of years in India. The roots of this shrub Withania somnifera consist primarily of compounds known as withanolides, which account for its extraordinary medicinal properties. Much of Ashwaganda's pharmacological activity has been attributed to two main withanolides, withaferin A, D and withanolide G. In the traditional system of medicine Ayurveda, this plant is claimed to have potent aphrodisiac rejuvenative and life prolonging properties.

Ashwagandha is also considered to be an adaptogen, facilitating the ability to withstand stressors, and has antioxidant properties as well. Other studies have shown ashwagandha to have an immunostimulatory effect.

Withania is shown to reverse a number of adverse physiologic conditions including cognitive deficit, immunosuppression, sexual dysfunction, gastric ulceration, irregularities in glucose homeostasis, and changes in plasma corticosterone levels, resulting from chronic stress (CS). Aswagandha improves sperm count and quality.

(Ref: Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, Vol. 4, Suppl 1, 2011. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3863556/)


Satavari (Asparagus racemosus)

Shatavari is climber with tuberous roots found frequently in cool and dense forests of upto 8000 ft altitude. Shatavari to women is what ashwagandha is for men. It is a general and reproductive tonic and considered the best ayurvedic rejuvenating tonic for women. Itís however used for sexual deficiencies in both men and women, as also to relieve menopausal symptoms and to increase lactation.

The key active ingredients include a glycoside Shatavarin 1, isoflavones, asparagamine, polysaccharides, mucilage, alkaloids, proteins, starch and tannin.

Shatavari helps in treating for these conditions:

  • Infertility

  • Irregularities in ovulation

  • PMS symptoms such as those excessive bleeding, cramps, pain, bloating

  • Menopausal and other post menopausal symptoms

  • Reduced breast milk secretion in the nursing women

  • Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Leucorrhea and pelvic inflammatory diseases

  • Decrease in the libido


Bala (Sida cordiflia)  country mallow

Sida Cordifolia grows as a weed throughout tropical and subtropical regions of India and Sri Lanka. Its leaves are heart shaped [so the name cordi- (heart) -folia (leaves)]. It has been classified in ayurvedic texts under Balya (body strengthening herbs), Brimhaniya (body bulk increasing herbs), Prajasthapana (fertility-promoting) plants.

Sida (Bala) normalizes Vata and pitta, hence used in diseases caused due to vitiation of vata and pitta. Its Vrshya (aphrodisiac) properties enables bala as an important ingredient in medicinal preparations for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation (Bhavaprakasha).

The most important medicinally efficacious constituent in sida is ephedrine Ė an alkaloid - but it also contains pseudoephedrine, mucins, potassium nitrate, resins etc.


Vidari Kanda

Vidari (Pueraria tuberosa) is a climber with tuberous (kanda) roots. The root powder is widely used in ayurveda for treatment of various ailments.

Vidari has rasayana (rejuvenative) actions. It promotes strength (Balya), increases quantity of urine (Mutraprada), enhances lactation (Stanyajanana), and is a blood purifier (Raktadosha hara), and an aphrodisiac (Vrshya)

Hydroxytuberosone, Anhydrotuberosin, 3 - O-methylanhydrotuberosine, Tuberostan, Puerarostan, Puerarone, Tuberosin, B-sitosterol, Stigmasterol are some of the active ingredients in Vidari.

Vidari when taken with milk helps an emaciated patient to regain strength, muscle power and normal health. It also purifies blood and cures blood vomitting (Ref: Susrutha Samhitha, Chikitsa Sthana, 27/10).


SAFED Musli (Chlorophytum borivillianum)

Itís a tiny perennial herb found in tropical moist and dry deciduous forests.  It is widely distributed in India mainly in Southern Rajasthan, Western Madhya Pradesh, North Gujarat and few parts of Karnataka. It is now extensively cultivated due to its commercial value.

Dried root powder increases the lactation amongst the feeding mothers and lactating cows. It also removes the knee pains within a week if taken daily with milk . It is also widely used as a general health promotive  tonic and for delaying the ageing process. 

 Safed Musli is a safe and effective drug, with no known side effects. It normalizes Vata and pitta. Increases Kapha.

Roots of safed musli contain triterpenoidal saponins, sapogenins and fructans. They are rich in alkaloids, vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, steroids, minerals and simple sugars.  Safed Musli contains (approximately):

  • Carbohydrates (35-45%)

  • Proteins (5-10%)

  • Fibre (25-35%)

  • Saponins (2-20%)

  • Alkaloids (15-25%)

 The Saponins and Alkaloids are the primary source of its significant medicinal properties.

The roots of chlorophytum are used in hundreds of medicinal preparations, predominantly in management of erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and oligospermia.



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