White Musali

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Biological Name: Asparagus adscendensWhite Musali

Other Names: Safeta Musali, Shweta Musali, White Musali

Additional Info: The plant is indigenous to India. It is closely linked with satavari, another herb, used in Ayurvedic medicine.

Elements Applied: The rootstock or tuber is applied in herbal medicine

Used For: The herb is known to relieve pains, induce lactation, and nourish the digestive system. The range of conditions in which White Musali is applied includes wasting diseases, spermatorrhea, sexual debility, leukorrhea, general debility, and diarrhea.

Additionally, the plant is applied as an aid in pregnancy and postnatal period. It is essential for fetus nutrition. Moreover, it promotes sufficient lactation.

Preparation and Intake: The herb is used in form of confection, powder, and milk decoction.

Safety: White Musali may lead to congestion. There is no further data concerning the herb’s safety level. Exercise care. Ayurvedic plants are commonly used in conjunction with other plants to reduce the toxic effect one of them may produce on the body. Use the herb only under medical control.