Arabic Name : Musli Aswad
Bengali Name : Talmalu, Talmuli, Sada Musli, Tallur
English Name : Black Musale
French Name : Musale noir
Gujarati Name : Kalimusali
Hindi Name : Kali Musli, Kali Mushli, Siah Musli
Kannada Name : Neltal, Neltathigodde, Nelatale, Nelatelegadde
Latin name : Curculigo orchioides Gaertn.
Marathi Name : Kali Musli, Bhuimaddi
Persian Name : Musli Siah
Punjabi Name : Syah Musli
Sanskrit Name : Hemapuspi, Talamulika
Urdu Name : Musli Siah
Description : The dried tuberous roots are alterative, antitussive, aphrodisiac, aromatic, bitter, carminative, demulcent, diuretic, rejuvenating, restorative, spermogenetic and tonic to all vital functions of the body, including liver, lungs, cardiovascular system, spleen and kidneys. Useful in gonorrhoea, dysuria, menorrhagia, leucorrhoea and menstrual derangements. The tuber forms an ingredient of several medicines intended to act as aphrodisiacs. Its preparations are widely used in treating erectile dysfunction, low libido, low sperm count and low sperm motility. Ayurvedic texts immensely praise its properties of enhancing quality and quantity of semen. It is also effective in the treatment of hepatitis. It rejuvenates the liver and normalises its function. Its has a long history in the treatment of postmenopausal osteoarthritis in traditional Chinese medicine.
Recommended Dosage : 3 to 6 g powder of dried tuberous roots.
Contraindication : This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.