This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Nandan Biomatrix touts Safed Musli, also known as Chlorophytum borivilianum, as a product that will "enhance sexual desire, improve vitality, increase cognitive abilities, build immunity and treat oligospermia (low sperm count)," Hyderabad, India-based firm says Sept. 9. Nandan has undertaken phytochemical profiling and studies to examine the herbal's curative effects, the firm adds, noting it has been used throughout India for 2,000 years. Safed Musli can be purchased in bulk as a dried root or powder, or as a solvent extract for use in drinks or formulas...
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