The use of Salamisri / salep (Orchis mascula) has a very long history dating back to centuries mainly as an alternate to Arrowroot and Coffee. Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) has also rich Medicinal properties as potent Aphrodisiac and Tonic. Review of Siddha literature reveals Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) to be a promising food supplement / medicine especially to the sex related
problems like premature ejaculation and sexual weakness. Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) is really a blessing for patients with sexual dysfunctions. To further explore the wonderful medicinal qualities of Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) , read on:
Qualities of our Salabmisri (Orchis Mascula) Powder :
- Derived from Heigh Quality pure Salabmisri (Orchis Mascula) .
- Powdered By Hand in India to retain best medicinal Properties…!!
- Rich in active alkaloids.
- Improves Libido, Increases Ejaculation Time and Enhances sexual performance!
This name orchis comes from the Greek word orchis, meaning “testicle”, due to the appearance of the paired subterranean tuberoids. For many centuries starch has been extracted from the tubers of various kinds of Orchis and exported under the name of Sahlep for making a wholesome and nutritious drink of the same name. Before coffee supplanted , Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) was sold at stalls in the streets of London.. The best English Salep came from Oxfordshire, but the tubers of Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) were chiefly imported from the East. According to Dioscorides, an early Greek physician, married couples used Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) to determine the sex of their unborn child. When the man ate the larger tuber, they would have a boy; If the woman ate the smaller tuber, they would have a girl.
The Early Purple Orchid (Orchis mascula) is a species in the orchid genus Orchis.
Glucoside, Bitter substance, Starch -27%, Mucilage- 48%, Sugar, Albumen, A trace of volatile oil and ash containing chiefly of phosphates and chlorides of potassium and lime. The most important is mucilage and starch.
Uses & Benefits of Salep
Medicinal qualities of Orchis Mascula (Salabmisri):
Astringent, Demulcent, Expectorant, Nutritive, Restorative, Invigorator and Sexual tonic.
Actions of Orchis Mascula (Salabmisri / salep):
Aphrodisiac Tonic, It increases production of Semen, It gives strength to the body.
Uses of Salab Misri / salep:
- It has been used as a diet of special value for children and convalescents, being boiled with water, flavored and prepared in the same way as arrowroot.
- Rich in mucilage, it forms a soothing and demulcent jelly that is used in the treatment of irritations of the gastro-intestinal canal.
- One part of Salep to fifty parts of water is sufficient to make a jelly.
- Orchis ascula is an aphrodisiac. It provokes lust exceedingly.
- It cures worms in children. It heals Scrofula (Scrophula or Struma) which refers to a variety of skin diseases; in particular, a form of tuberculosis, affecting the lymph nodes of the neck..
- It is given in all forms of wasting diseases such as Phthisis, Diabetes Mellitus, chronic diarrhea and dysentery. Salep has long been estimated in India as a grate restorative and invigorator and a tonic aphrodisiac in diseases, characterized by weakness or loss of sexual powers.
- It was recently tried in cases of nervous debility and found beneficial (Indigenous, Drugs report, Madras)
- It is also much prescribed in hemiplegia and paralytic affections following confection is used in DM and seminal weakness.
- Salamisri (Orchis mascula), an orchid is used for a wide variety of diseases including worms in children, skin diseases; a form of tuberculosis, affecting the lymph nodes of the neck etc, besides its tremendous value in serving as a special diet.
- It’s role as aphrodisiac and tonic is note worthy.
Sabmisri (Orchis mascula) powder should be taken 5 Gms (one teaspoonful) in the morning and evening with luke warm milk.