There are many factors that can affect a man’s sperm count, including excessive sex, poor diet, being overweight, and wearing tight underwear. But, you can increase your sperm count using dietary tips, physical exercise, and Ayurvedic supplements.
- Known as the “herbal viagra” for a reason, safed musli naturally increases the sexual potency of a man.
- Sweet Ghee Milk is a potent drink that helps increase sperm count and quality.
- Having Shilajit in milk boosts not just the count of the sperm, but its quality as well.
Low sperm count can occur due to a number of reasons such as wearing tight underpants, bathing with steaming hot water or exposing your testicles to extreme heat temperatures. Being overweight, ejaculating frequently, imbalance in your doshas, and prostate infections can also contribute to the problem.
Serious though the problem may be, there are a number of ways to naturally increase sperm-count such as dietary tips, physical exercise, and Ayurvedic supplements.
Known as the “herbal viagra” for a reason, safed musli is a strong aphrodisiac that naturally increases the sexual potency of a man. You can have 1 teaspoon mixed in a glass of milk in the morning.
This little Himalayan resin has been long used in India to boost not only the sperm count but also to improve the quality of the sperm. It also has anti-ageing properties that help counteract the natural strain that affects a man’s sex life as he ages. 100 gms of shilajit with ghee is recommended.
Sweet Ghee Milk
By simply mixing together 1 tablespoon of ghee and 1 teaspoon honey in a cup of warm milk, you create a potent drink that helps increase sperm count and quality due to its sweet, fatty and nutritious qualities. It also promotes ojas (immunity)
All In One Capsule
Try the Jiva Ojas Capsules for a one-stop solution to your problems. Combining together safed musli, shatavari, and ashwagandha, it boosts fertility and vitality.
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