Scientific Name: Chlorophytum Borivilianum.
English Name or Common Name: Safed Musli. Safed Musli is a very rich source of vitamins, proteins and carbohydrates and that is why its market, whether be it on the domestic front or international one is expanding at a fast pace. Seeds of Chlorophytum Borivilianum are black in color and have sharp ends.
Marketable Use: For all commercial purposes, seeds and roots of this safed musli plant are used.
In many countries, separate training for the sowing of safed musli’s seeds, cultivation of the plant and the selling of the produce is also provided.
Environment: It needs a warm climate with lots of water for its proper growth. Safed Musli plant is grown mostly in North and Western India, especially Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh Himachal Pradesh and Kerala.
Seeds for the plant are normally sown after the first rainfall of the season and actual irrigation is done after 12-15 days.
Utilization: Safed Musli is considered as a high-quality herbal plant and is used all over India and in many parts of the world for the treatment of various diseases.
For instance, this herbal plant is used to treat sexual disorders, general weakness, is also used as energizer and ache mitigator.
It has been a magical discovery in the medical world that is extensively used in Ayurvedic medical world.
In some medicines, it also acts as a good healing agent and acts as an excellent anti-ageing constituent in many medicines.
It is infact a good boost up for a person’s health. Safed Musli is also used in maintaining good hemoglobin level.
It prevents fatigue in human beings and augments their resistance to pressure if taken in proper dosage. Safed Musli forms an important part of diabetic patient and helps in maintaining sugar level in the blood.