How to Prepare Musli pak at Home

Musli pak, how to prepare musli pak, musli pak uses, musli pak preparationMusli pak is a recommended ayurvedic preparation which is used in Vajikarana Therapy. Musli pak is a recipe which includes various aphrodisiac herbs. The main ingredient of musli pak is the herb Musli. Musli is eulogized for its aphrodisiac properties. There are two types of musli i.e safed musli musli or Shweta musli and black musli or Krishna musli. The benefits of this recipe are numerous. Regular consumption of this Vajkarana food increases sperm count, sperm motility and is a best herbal remedy for erectile dysfunction.  It is indicated in male infertility.

This recipe can be prepared at home using the herbs available on kitchen shelves. Here goes the detail.

 

 

Ingredients:Musli pak, how to prepare musli pak, musli pak uses, musli pak preparation

  1. Safed Musli Powder – 400 gms
  2. Black musli powder – 400 gms
  3. Milk – 800 ml
  4. Sugar – 800 gms
  5. Ghee – 400 gms
  6. Gokshura or tribulus powder – 50 gms
  7. Shatavari powder – 50 gms
  8. Haritaki powder – 50 gms
  9. Long pepper or pippali powder – 50 gms
  10. Kapikacchu powder – 50 gms
  11. Clove – 50 gms
  12. Dates – 50 gms
  13. Raisins – 50 gms
  14. Dry coconut – 50 gms
  15. Powdered Almonds – 50 gms
  16. Powdered Cardamom – 50 gms
  17. Powdered Bay leaves – 50 gms

Method of preparation: Mix powders of safed musli and black musli with milk. Boil this milk till it condenses and becomes thick like khoa. Now add ghee to this and stir to avoid lumping. Keep stirring till the milk mixture attains golden brown color. Prepare sugar syrup of three thread consistency in another vessel. Add milk mix and other ingredients to the sugar syrup little by little and continue stirring. When the mixture becomes homogeneous allow it to cool. Roll this mix to round balls or laddus of 10 gms weight and store them in an air tight container.

Dosage : 20 gms of this preparation has to be taken twice daily after food preferably with milk, honey and ghee.

Note: Patients with diabetes and high blood cholesterol should not consume this preparation.

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