Musli Pak is an ayurvedic concoction that acts as a nourishing tonic and a physical rejuvenator. It helps in restoring physical strength and helps sportspeople by improving endurance and performance. It also increases the stamina, strength in men.Musli Pak has an androgenic action.
It improves testosterone level and helps men with testicular spermatogenic failure. The overall action of Musli Pak is to provide strength to the male reproductive system and maintain its natural functions. It improves fertility by inducing spermatogenesis and improving motility. It also provides nourishment and good medicine for BRIHANA CHIKITSA (Nourishing Therapy). It may also increase body weight, so it can help underweight people.
Indications of Dabur Musli Pak
Helps increase muscle strength; reduces muscle tiredness and fatigue.
Increases body weight for those who are underweight.
Helps in male fertility
Helps women with leucorrhoea
Helps in erectile dysfunction
Ingredients Of Dabur Musli Pak
Safed Musli (Chlorophytum Borivilianum)
Sautéed Mochras (Semal Gond)
Tumbaru (Toothache Tree) – Zanthoxylum Alatum
Jatamansi (Spikenard) – Nardostachys Jatamans
Kaunch Beej (Velvet bean) – Mucuna Pruriens
Elaichi (Cardamom) – Elettaria Cardamomum
Tejpata (Bay Leaves)
Kali Mirch (Black Pepper)
Pippali (Long Pepper)
Dosage Of Dabur Musli Pak
Musli Pak should be consumed twice a day orally with milk or water.
It should ideally be taken 2-3 hours after a meal.
Adults (19-60 years)- 3-24 gms
Geriatric (above 60 years)- 3-6gms
Precautions of Dabur Musli Pak
Self medication of this medicine is not advised.
Over-dosage may cause adverse effects.
Take this medicine in precise dose and for limited period of time, as advised by doctor.
Keep away from children's reach.
Terms and Conditions
We have assumed that you have consulted a physician before purchasing this medicine and are not self medicating.
Musli Pak is one of the best herbal medicines for improving debility and sexual weakness. It is generally used for males but females can also take Musli Pak in extreme weakness.by Dr. Aggarwal on Dec 14, 2016