Kapikachhu or Mucuna pruriens is a well-known aphrodisiac. The seeds are useful in increasing sperm count. Kapikachhu acts as a nervine tonic, helpful in Parkinson's disease.
The herb's prophylactic action against oligospermia is useful in increasing sperm count. Kapikachhu also regularizes ovulation in women and helps prevent male and female sterility. In addition, the herb acts as a nervine tonic. Its seeds contain L-DOPA which is a neurotransmitter precursor useful in relieving Parkinson's disease. The seeds also have well-known aphrodisiac properties.
- Oligospermia (low sperm count).
- As an aphrodisiac.
- As an adjuvant in Parkinson's disease.
One capsule, twice a day, after meals.