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Ayurvedic Medicines For Female Sexual Health

Studies have found that the Vajikarna wing of Ayurveda specifically addresses sexual dysfunctions among men and women alike. The subject matter of this discipline includes aphrodisiacs, natural Ayurvedic herbs that increase virility and improving overall sexual health.


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Ayurvedic Medicines For Female Sexual Health


Men often face sexual problems like erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. In contrast, the case for women is slightly different. One of the most common sexual disorders women face is the loss of libido or sexual desire. Medically referred to as HSDD or Hypoactive sexual desire- it is highly prevalent among women of all ages.

Women's sexual desires are indeed harder to pin down when compared with men. Many factors such as relationship stress, hormonal imbalances and job stress take a toll on female libido.

Studies have found that the Vajikarna wing of Ayurveda specifically addresses sexual dysfunctions among men and women alike. The subject matter of this discipline includes aphrodisiacs, natural Ayurvedic herbs that increase virility and improving overall sexual health.

Don't miss these fantastic Ayurvedic herbs that correct loss of libido among women and help with reproductive concerns such as PCOS and delayed periods as well!

Kaunch Beej for female sexual health

Kaunch beej is popularly recognized for removing hyperpigmentation of skin and getting rid of bloating during periods. However, Kauch beej successfully enhances female libido and sex drive as well.

Precaution: Don't take more than the recommended portion. Kaunch beej may increase acid secretion, and at the same time, you may feel mucosal irritation.

How to use:

  • Take 1/4th teaspoon powder.
  • Mix it with milk or honey.
  • Drink it once daily after food.

Also read: Best sex positions for a female orgasm

Ashwagandha for female sexual health

There are plenty of reasons why Ashwagandha, as an Ayurvedic herb, is a woman's best friend. Firstly, it chronically reduces stress that ensures a timely menstrual cycle and a balance of hormones. In addition, balanced hormones lead to stellar reproductive health.

Ashwagandha is known to combat depression and anxiety, a significant contributor to low libido among women.

How to use it: Mix less than 5 gram of powder with water, honey, and ghee and take it.

Precaution: Larger doses than 5 gram can upset your stomach and might cause vomiting and diarrhea.

Safed Musli for female sexual health

Did you know Safed Musli is one of the best ayurvedic medicines to reduce mental stress and stimulate female libido hormones? Moreover, it also treats stress, female infertility issues and corrects female reproductive health.

How to use it: The recommended dosage is 3-5 grams (powdered)—suited best when taken with milk after your first meal. One can consume it twice a day.

Precaution: If you have poor digestion or liver disorders, it is good to see a doctor before consuming it.

Moringa for female sexual health

For starters, Moringa is an excellent way for a pregnant woman to meet her daily calcium needs. Vitamin A, B2, B3, and many more from the impressive nutritional profile of Moringa assist female fertility. All these nutrients keep the body healthy and also help women to conceive.

How to Use: One can consume Moringa as tablets, capsules, syrup, or powder in juice or tea. Please consume these after breakfast.

Precaution: Pregnant women must not consume Moringa without sexologist supervision.

Shilajit for female sexual health

One reason for irregular periods is irregular weight gain induced by hormones. Shilajit makes sure no excess fats accumulate in your body. This Ayurvedic herb also helps to regulate the menstrual cycle and acts as a food to induce periods. This makes sure you don't have to worry about delayed periods.

How to Use: Take shilajit powder or capsules twice a day with milk.

Precaution: It may increase the iron level, so people with hemochromatosis should avoid it.

Shatavari for female sexual health

The word 'Shatavri' means 'she who possesses 100 husbands.' While many may pick this phrase apart in contemporary times, one must view it for what it is- an indicator of accentuated female fertility.

In addition, research has discovered that psychological and physical stressors have a dire impact on female reproductive health, and Shatavari has beneficial effects in such scenarios.

How to Use: Consume 2 Shatavari capsules with hot, spiced milk

Precaution: Shatavari may damage kidneys if consumed incorrectly.

Jaiphal for female sexual health

Interestingly, one can refer to Nutmeg or Jaiphal as 'women's viagra.' By nature, a women's reproductive area is warm as it can give life. Nutmeg is not only an anti-depressant but also poses as a natural aphrodisiac.

How to Use: Take 1-2 pinch of Nutmeg Powder and swallow it with honey after major meals

Precaution: If you take more than 120 grams, it can lead to hallucinations and other similar mental side effects. Nutmeg must not be consumed excessively by pregnant women as it is a food that can lead to miscarriage.

Gokshura for female sexual health

Gokshura has succeeded in treating sexual dysfunction among women. In a recent study, women recorded improved lubrication, arousal, sexual desire and satisfaction by consuming this herb for only four weeks.

How to use: Consume a ¼-½ teaspoon of Gokshura Churna with honey or milk twice a day

Precaution: It has diuretic effects that increase urine flow and may lower blood sugar levels.

Also read: Self-sex- what is it and why do girls do it?

References

P. K. Dalal, Adarsh Tripathi (2013) Vajikarana: Treatment of sexual dysfunctions based on Indian concepts (Indian Journal of Psychiatry) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3705695/

Amritha. E. Pady, Abdulkhader (2017) UNDERSTANDING OF FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN AYURVEDA W.S.R TO FEMALE AROUSAL DISORDER- A CONCEPTUAL STUDY (INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDIC MEDICAL JOURNAL) http://www.iamj.in/posts/2017/images/upload/447_452_1.pdf

Ajai K Pandey, Anumegha Gupta (2018) Impact of stress on female reproductive health disorders: Possible beneficial effects of shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) (National Library of Medicine) https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29635127/

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