Shatavaryadi Ghrita: Herbal Remedy for Low Sperm Count
Sathavaryadi gritham is ayurvedic medicine used in the treatment of female reproductive disorders and strengthening uterine muscles. It is beneficial in vaginitis, burning micturation, urinary tract infection, excessive uterine bleeding and painful periods. In men, it improves sperm count in semen.
Main Ingredients of Shatavaryadi Ghrita
The main ingredient in Sathavaryadi gritham is asparagus. It is rejuvenating to female reproductive system and has cooling and emollient properties. Other ingredients present in Sathavaryadi gritham are Indian ginseng, long pepper, licorice, Indian abutilon etc.
Pharmacological action of Shatavaryadi Ghrita
Sathavaryadi gritham is coolant in its nature and action. It has some astringent action as well. Therefore, it is used to stop excessive vaginal bleeding. It also has characteristics of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. Therefore, it is beneficial in inflammatory conditions of the uterus or female reproductive system.
It gives strength to the muscularity of the uterus and aids in fetus implantation if taken during the time of conception or planning for being pregnant. In men, it increases healthy sperm count so it is also beneficial in male infertility.
Uses and indications of Shatavaryadi Ghrita
Difficulty in urination
Excessive uterine bleeding
Low sperm count in men
Side effects and precautions of Shatavaryadi Ghrita
There are no side effects reported with Sathavaryadi gritham.
Dr. Gurnam Saini has over 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments in Melbourne, Australia. He has completed his bachelor degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India. He has done MD in Alternative Medicine and certificate courses in Panchakarma Detox, Pulse diagnosis and skin care. In Australia he pursued post graduate degree in mental health from La Trobe University, Melbourne (Australia). He has worked as associated Nurse Unit Management in Eastern Healths, Melbourne for 9 years. He is also a member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA). He has won awards for ground-breaking work in Ayurveda globally. Read More