Ayurveda Mango Smoothie For Men

Ayurveda Mango Smoothie For Men, Mango the king of fruits is known as “Aamra Phala” in Ayurveda. Its medicinal properties are eulogised by Ayurveda acharyas. Ripe mango is sweet in taste and normalises vitiated vata and pitta. It relieves constipation and satiates the taste buds. Texts of Ayurveda recommend this fruit in condition where Shukra dhatu is reduced. (shukra kshaya). Based on principles of Ayurveda reduction in shukra dhatu leads to low sperm count, low sperm motility, less semen volume and sexual dysfunction.

Using this fruit as base, a tasty smoothie can be prepared to boost shukra dhatu.  Take 2 fully ripe sweet mangoes. Peel its skin and collect its pulp. Throw its seed out. Add a tea spoon of sugar, ½ tea spoon of dry ginger powder. Mix these well in a blender. Do not add milk. Milk and Mango are opposite foods. Add finely chopped dry fruits like raisins, almonds, walnuts and cashews. Savour this smoothie after lunch. Mango smoothie along with dry ginger powder and dry fruits acts as best Ayurveda remedy for erectile dysfunction.

Ayurveda Mango smoothie relieves constipation and increases healthy body weight. It boosts immunity and increases glow of skin. The anti-oxidants which are present in this fruit in plenty help to slow down aging process. Hence mango is also praised as “rasayanakara” (which increases nutrient level of tissues and overall health).  The iron content in this fruit helps to fight anaemia. It supplies Vitamins and Minerals needed for sperm production. This recipe helps to boost the male hormone testosterone.

Mango smoothie is not recommended for persons who have diabetes. It may increase the blood sugar level and worsen the erectile dysfunction which happens in diabetes.

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