Safed Musli


What Is Safed Musli?

Musli which goes by the botanical name Chlorophytum Borivilianum belongs to the Asparagaceae family. It is a tropical herb that is spread throughout the wet forests of peninsular India. The herb has erected lanceolate-shaped leaves and dense racemosus white-coloured flowers. It usually grows to a height of 1.8 ft.

The holistic science of Ayurveda characterizes Musli as one of the pivotal herbs used for the Brihana Therapy, an ayurvedic treatment that includes different types of herbs, that not only enhance strength but also boosts physical performance and improves body endurance. The Brihana therapy is extremely beneficial in treating diseases like diabetes, osteoarthritis, muscular weakness, fatigue, body-building, male weakness, etc.


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Synonyms Of Musli:

This popular aphrodisiac herb is known by several names including Safed Moosli, Indian Spider plant, Land-Calotrops, Asparagus adscendens, Dholi Musli, Swetha Musli, Taniravi Thang, Khiruva, and Shedheveli.

What Are The Ayurvedic Indications Of Musli?

The holistic science of Ayurveda knows this potent herb as ‘Safed Musli’. Also termed as “Indian Viagra” or “Herbal Viagra”, this herb has been used to treat various sexual problems and other disorders in both men and women since ancient times. This powerful herb is extensively mentioned in ancient ayurvedic scriptures of Charaka Samhita and Raj Nighantu for treating various problems including Vrushya (acts as an aphrodisiac), Prameha (manages diabetes), Trutahara (relieves excessive thirst), Rasayani (rejuvenates the whole body), Balya (improves muscle strength), Shonitasthapana (prevents bleeding), Dahahara (relieves burning sensation), Mehahara (treats urinary tract disorders), Rasayani (rejuvenates the whole body), Balya (improves muscle strength), Deepana (enhances stomach fire), Pachana (helps in digestion), Kustha (treats skin disorders), Kamala (prevents jaundice), Varnya (improves complexion), Dugdhya (improves lactation), Rochana (stimulates appetite), Amahara (treats indigestion), and Vamana (prevents nausea and vomiting).

What Are the Chemical Components Of Musli?

Touted as a potent spermatogenic and adaptogenic herb, musli is imbued with a rich source of proteins, vitamins, alkaloids, steroids, carbohydrates, and polysaccharides. Owing to the abundance of saponins, fibres, potassium, calcium, magnesium, resins, phenol, and mucilage content, the Medicinal Plants Board has even certified this herb as the sixth most valuable plant to be conserved and protected.

The foamy texture of this herb powder comes from the high levels of saponin content in them. The two active saponin constituents present in musli are stigmasterol and hecogenin, out of which stigmasterol possesses aphrodisiac properties and shows activities similar to the hormone testosterone, whereas hecogenin helps in the synthesis of anabolic hormones, which allows men to build strong muscles

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