Musli (موصلی) known by its scientific name Chlorophytum Borivilianum is a rare herb from India. It is used in traditional systems of medicine including Ayurveda, Unani, and homeopathy. It is traditionally used for arthritis, cancer, diabetes, boosting vitality, improving sexual performance, and for many other uses. It is also gaining increased importance as a health-tonic, which boosts the general immune system of the body. Today it is also showing up in supplements promoted for bodybuilding. Due to its diverse medicinal benefits, the plant has been recognized as the sixth most important herb by the Medicinal Plants Board, to be preserved and protected.
- English Name: Musli
- Urdu Name: موصلی
- Scientific Name: Chlorophytum Borivilianum
Uses & Health Benefits:
- The herb improves the quantity and flow of breast milk, in feeding mothers.
- It has many health promotional benefits. It is used to control and prevent obesity and its side effects.
- Strengthen the general immune system of the body
- Used to treat of natal and postnatal problems
- Used for individuals with low sperm count
- Energy booster in asthmatic conditions
- Improves the quantity and flow of breast milk
- The tuber roots of the plant have been used since ancient times, to prepare nutritive tonic for sexual weakness and is used in Ayurvedic medicines even today.
- Musli proves useful as a nutritive tonic for both the mother and the fetes, during pregnancy and is also used to replenish the body fluids during the postpartum stage.
- The activities of vitamin C and antioxidant enzymes are also enhanced by the use of this plant species.
- Research has indicated that the plant species is used for curing diabetes and arthritic conditions.
- Musli is also beneficial in the treatment of natal and postnatal problems.
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