Male Repro #22 - KapiKachhu Rasayana
SKU: 22324Regular price $32.99
Male repo supports sexual stamina, the male reproductive system glands, kidneys, circulation, libido, immunity, energy, sexual hormones, sperm, mobility, bones, nerves and all organs. Balances Vata dosha body types in Ayurveda. Take 45 minutes before intercourse. Make into tea, or make into an ayurvedic smoothie.
KapiKachhu (Macuna pruriens) is one Ayurveda's strongest herb. It is very little known in the west; however, Ayurvedic physicians swear it has many additional health benefits. Ashwagadha which is also used in this product has been studied in clinical pilot trials and claims the following. In the present study, treatment with a high-concentration, full-spectrum root extract of Ashwagandha resulted in significantly improved semen parameters in concert with improved and regulated sexual hormone levels in oligospermic males. The analyses of our data indicated significantly increased sperm concentration and overall motility, which are regarded as the most important criteria for normal fertilizing ability of the spermatozoa. Our study outcome showed significant enhancement of the semen volume in the Ashwagandha-treated infertile males. (see reference below) 1.
In addition, the following Essential Oils can be used in an essential oil diffuser for added support: Neroli, Ylang Ylang, Clove, and Ginger.
Kapi-Kachu Rasayana is in the form of a "food jam" consisting of herbs and spices in a base of honey, rice syrup, and ghee.
Instructions: Eat directly from the jar or dissolve 1 tablespoon or more in a cup of warm to hot water and take on empty stomach or with hot milk or tea.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent and disease. These statements are not FDA approved. Additionally, we are required to label these products as "dietary supplements."
Vijay R. Ambiye, Deepak Langade, Swati Dongre, Pradnya Aptikar, Madhura Kulkarni, Atul Dongre, "Clinical Evaluation of the Spermatogenic Activity of the Root Extract of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) in Oligospermic Males: A Pilot Study", Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2013, Article ID 571420, 6pages, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/571420
No clinical proof has been established; however KapiKachhu Rasayana may help support the following:
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