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Balance Ayurveda

Safed Musli Capsules

60 Ayurvedic capsules for vitality and well-being | Crafted from premium Safed Musli Rhizome | Reproductive Health | Single Herb Antioxidant Powerhouse

Safed Musli, scientifically known as Chlorophytum borivilianum, is a cherished herb in Ayurvedic tradition. Modern research validates its potential in promoting health.

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Vitality and Energy

Safed Musli is celebrated for its ability to enhance vitality, energy, and overall well-being.

Reproductive Health

Research suggests that Safed Musli may support reproductive health in both men and women.

Antioxidant Properties

Safed Musli is rich in antioxidants, which combat oxidative stress and support overall well-being.

Anti-Inflammatory Effects

Some studies indicate that Safed Musli may have natural anti-inflammatory properties, contributing to overall health.

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  • Approved by AYUSH
  • ISO Certified
  • GMP Certified
  • HACCP Certified
  • Stronger Formulations
  • Super Herbs
  • No Added Chemicals
  • 0% Adulturation
  • Cruelty Free
  • Sustainable Packaging
  • No Side Effects
  • 100% Ayurvedic

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Thakur, Mayank, et al. "A comparative study on aphrodisiac activity of some ayurvedic herbs in male albino rats." Archives of Sexual Behavior 40.6 (2011): 1309-1315. ↩

Patel, Shivani, Shilpi Mishra, and R. K. S. Baghel. "A review on pharmacological and analytical aspects of Chlorophytum borivilianum: a critically endangered medicinal herb." Journal of applied pharmaceutical science 5.3 (2015): 148-155. ↩

Prakash, Ashish, et al. "Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential of Chlorophytum borivilianum root extract in vitro and in vivo." Pharmacognosy Magazine 14.55 (2018): 48. ↩

Sharma, Vijay K., et al. "Pharmacognostic evaluation of roots of safed musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum)." International Journal of Ayurveda Research 2.3 (2011): 109. ↩