Low sperm count and low sperm motility are major causes for male infertility. Ayurveda the age-old Indian health science recommends various herbs and medicines to increase sperm count and motility. This article throws light on such herbs which help in male infertility.
Garlic is one of the oldest and famous medicinal plants used as a spice and other varieties of healing medicine. Over times, garlic has been employed in Indian and China medicine to help in breathing problems, digestion, cancer, to treat parasitic diseases, and much more. It is a Central Asia healthy herb belonging to genus Allium.
It is equipped with an essential chemical compound known as allicin, an excellent therapeutic ingredient that contains medicinal quality to offer numerous health benefits. Allicin compound in garlic has sulfur to give out its unique smell and pungent savor, as well as other innumerable health benefits.
This article aims at discussing the ayurvedic health benefits of garlic, but before that, we will look at the nutritional values of the herb.
There are millions of reasons for men to eat carrot daily. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”, but carrots are more beneficial for men than apple. Yeah, carrot offers numerous health benefits to men than many other vegetables in the same class. One will be wondering what is so unique in carrots to offer so much essential benefits to men.
Carrot has been studied to contain beta-carotene which is advantageous to men. Based on the experts’ research, it was believed that carrots should be eaten at least two times in a week due to their essential health benefits to men.
Carrot has been researched and singled-out to have high sperm-boosting properties to enhance sperm motility by 6 to 8 percent. Apart from this, carrots are healthy vegetables to prevent you from any forms of diseases and illness. This paper will discuss health benefits of carrots to men. Let’s proceed to discover these benefits.
Nausea has always been one of the most worrisome problems affecting many people. People have tried many means such as medications to treat this ailment but not completely cured. However, ginger has been discovered to be the solution not only to nausea but an effective antidote to many other health issues.
Ginger which has botanical name “Zingiber officinale” is referred to as the most dietary spice widely used in the whole nations. It belongs to the same family as cardamom and turmeric. The health benefits of ginger are numerous ranging from treatment of nausea, diabetes, pains, and much more.
Ginger is a rhizomes plant with underground stem, forming roots downward with its stem and leaves sprout on top of the plant. The Indian have been using ginger tonics and herbs to cure numerous diseases, and it is still serving the healing function till now. However, after thorough research, it was observed that ginger contains a special and essential nutrient called gingerol. Most of the therapeutic benefits of ginger come from this gingerols. Gingerol is the oily resin extracted from the ginger root, and it acts as an anti-inflammation and antioxidant agent to offer many health benefits. These benefits will be discussed in this content.
Ghee which is also known as clarified butter in Ayurveda is used as an alternative to butter as well as ideal cooking fat which does not unnecessarily burnt unless excessively heated. It is widely employed in the system of Ayurvedic medicine as means of apply herbal preparation treatments to the patients. Ghee is an excellent natural fat which serves as a moisturizer to treat skin conditions such as rashes, burn, and much more after the patients have been diagnosed with these diseases.
Lotus seeds also known as kamal gatta in hindi and are popularly referred as Padma Beeja in Sanskrit. Padma Beeja means seeds of lotus flower. Lotus flower belongs to the genus Nilumbo and species Nilumbo Nucifera. These seeds are very popular in East Asia and they are used in their cuisine. Lotus seed paste is used in pastries and desserts of china and Japan. The age old Chinese and Indian medicine texts also recommend these seeds in their preparations. Lotus seeds are store house of vitamins, minerals and protein. They are very low in saturated fats.
The herb Kiratatikta which is explained in Ayurveda has been identified as Swertia Chirata, also known as Chirayata or Chiretta in India. It is known by other name Nepali Neem as it is abundant in Nepal. This is an annual herb and grows well all over India. It reaches a height of about 1.5 meters.
Gymnema sylvestre or meshashringi is an herb of tropical forests of southern and central India and Sri Lanka. It is also known as Gymnema, Cowplant, Australian Cowplant, and Periploca of the woods.
This herb has different name in different languages of India
- Bengali -meshashrunga
- Gujarati -gudmar, madhunashini
- Hindi -gurmar
- Kannada -madhunashini
- Konkani -kawli
- Malayalam– chakkarakolli
- Marathi -bedakicha pala , gudmar
- Oriya -lakshmi , mendhasingia ,nagapushpi
- Sanskrit -madhunaashini , meshasringa
- Tamil -sirukurinjan, kokilam,
- Telagu -Podapatri –
- Urdu -gurmar
Jamun fruit is very abundant in India and has a botanical name Syzigium cumini. It belongs to family of Myrtaceae . This fruit is main ingredient of various ayurvedic preparations. Usually fruit, seeds, bark and leaves of this tree are used in ayurvedic preparations. Jamun fruit is known by various names in India. They are as follows
Bitter gourd or Bitter melon has a botanical name Momordica Charantia . As the name indicates the fruit is very bitter to taste. These fruits are regularly used as vegetable in Indian cuisine.