Ayurvedic Remedies for fertility That Doctors Don't Want You to Know 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)


We'll explore some lesser-known Ayurvedic practices and natural remedies that offer potential benefits beyond conventional medical approaches. 

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1. Swedanam - Inducing Sweating 

A practice of inducing heavy sweating, has been utilised by Ayurvedic doctors to enhance fertility. This process helps eliminate toxins from the body, promoting overall health and creating an environment conducive to fertility factors. 

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2. Banyan Tree Bark - Nature's Secret  

Benefits of banyan tree bark in treating infertility. When mixed with sugar and dried into a powder, it can stimulate the production of growth hormones, potentially enhancing fertility factors. 

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3. Ashwagandha & Kapikacchu 

These natural remedies have shown promise in increasing sperm counts and supporting male reproductive health.

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4. Phala Gritam 

A medicine aimed at treating female fertility. This unique remedy, a blend of liquefied butter and milk, addresses certain functional issues in the female body, contributing to improved fertility. 

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5. Guduchi, Gokshura, Triphala Churna 

The power of Guduchi, Gokshura, and Triphala Churna in addressing male infertility. By removing blockages in the shukra dhatu and promoting sperm flow, these remedies can potentially enhance the fertility process. 

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6. Shatavari  

A renowned Ayurvedic remedy for women's fertility. Widely used in various Ayurvedic formulations, Shatavari offers specific benefits for female reproductive health. 

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7. Ghee (Clarified Butter)

Ghee's nutrient-rich profile, healthy fats, digestive aid, and cultural significance contribute to fertility by supporting hormone regulation and overall health.

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8. Urad (Black Gram)

Urad dal's protein-rich content, energy support, hormone-regulating phytoestrogens, and Ayurvedic fertility-enhancing properties promote reproductive health.

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