Improves Cardiorespiratory Endurance And Maximal Aerobic Capacity (VO2 max)
Enhances Metabolic Equivalents (METs) And Respiratory Exchange Ratio (RER)
Raises Serum Testosterone Levels
Increases Semen Volume, Sperm Count, Motility And Morphology
Improves Cortical Muscarinic Acetylcholine Capacity
Lowers Levels Of Cortisol
Safed Musli belongs to the Liliaceae family of herbs. The herb has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for millennia and it is the rhizome or tubers that are most useful. They are a rich source of steroidal and triterpenoidal saponins, fructans and sapogenins. In addition, the herb is packed with vitamins, minerals like potassium, calcium, and magnesium, proteins, carbohydrates, phenols, resins, polysaccharides, resins, and it also contains simple sugars such as glucose, sucrose, fructose, xylose, and galactose. The herb’s immense therapeutic potential is primarily linked to its complex phytochemical profile and the saponins. Notable therapeutic properties of safed musli include adaptogenic, aphrodisiac and antioxidant effects.
Traditionally, safed musli has mainly been used as a rejuvenative tonic for the male reproductive system. This traditional use is also supported by clinical research that points to benefits for treating male dysfunction. Safed musli extracts have been found to boost libido levels, also increasing vigor and vitality. In addition to revitalizing and boosting energy levels, the herb is also beneficial for immune system function, lowering the risk of frequent infections. The immunostimmulatory effects of safed musli may also be linked to proven antioxidant and adaptogenic effects, which can improve the ability to cope with stress, thereby reducing feelings of fatigue.
Ashwagandha, which is also known as Indian Winter Cherry or Indian Ginseng, is one of the most highly regarded herbs in Ayurveda. Today, it is most popular among fitness enthusiasts for proven benefits in the context of increases in strength and endurance. However, the herb offers a wide range of therapeutic benefits. These are linked to biologically active chemical constituents such as alkaloids, steroidal lactones and saponins in ashwagandha. Primarily classified as an adaptogenic herb that improves the body’s ability to cope with both physical and mental stress, its anti-stress effects are primarily linked to sitoindosides and acylsterylglucosides. Many of these same constituents also support immunomodulatory actions, enhancing disease protection benefits.
When it comes to men’s health, ashwagandha is particularly valuable and not just because of its positive effect on testosterone levels. As an adaptogen, it lowers cortisol levels, which improves energy levels, boosts performance, and relieves various forms of male dysfunction. By also improving the ability to cope with physical stress, ashwagandha improves performance in terms of intensity and duration. The herb’s potent antioxidant properties are known to protect against free radical damage, especially benefiting brain function. Some clinical studies suggest that ashwagandha supplementation could mitigate the risk of degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimer’s. Antiinflammatory properties of ashwagandha can also increase protection against inflammatory conditions like IBS, arthritis, and so on.
While Shatavari and Gokshura are Ayurvedic herbs, Shilajit is actually an exudate from rocks that are mainly found in the Himalayan foothills. All three ingredients are imbibed with therapeutic properties. While Shatavari and Gokshura get most of their therapeutic properties from saponins, Shilajit’s health benefits are linked to its high content of fulvic acid and more than 80 minerals.
These natural ingredients give you a strong dose of antioxidants that are known to offer immune benefits and are especially effective at boosting energy levels. Studies have found that shilajit may even help relieve chronic fatigue syndrome. The exudate can also help relieve weakness associated with anemia thanks to its high mineral content. Similarly, Shatavari and Gokshura are known to support immune function, with both herbs helping in the regulation of blood sugar levels, which can prevent sudden energy spikes.
All three ingredients are beneficial for male reproductive health and fertility. Clinical studies have found that they work through different mechanisms, including promoting testosterone production, lowering stress levels and so on. These actions can ameliorate problems with infertility or performance. Some studies have shown that the ingredients can promote an increase in sperm count and libido levels. They are regarded as essential herbs for virility. Health benefits that are associated with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of the ingredients influences overall energy levels and general health. For example, the reduction in blood sugar levels associated with shatavari and gokshura can mitigate the risk of blood vessel damage. Not only does protect against increases in blood cholesterol, but it also protects against physiological male dysfunction caused by impaired blood flow.
With the exceptions of Trivanga Bhasma and Makardhawaj, which are herbomineral formulations, Akarkara, Vidharu, Bala, and Jaiphal are notable Ayurvedic herbs. In combination, all of these ingredients deliver a wide range of therapeutic properties including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, hypoglycemic, hepatoprotective, aphrodisiac, spermatogenic, and antidepressant properties. All of these ingredients work to rejuvenate and revitalize the system through a variety of mechanisms. Many of these herbs also act on the central nervous system, affecting mood and performance.
1 Capsule a day with your main meal.
Store in cool dry place at temperature not more than 30°C