Mucuna Pruriens is a tropical vine that grows bean pods covered in prickly velvet hair (hence the name “velvet bean”). The seeds inside of these pods are the most valuable part of the plant from a medicinal point of view. Also known as “Kapikachhu” and Cowhage” , Mucuna Pruriens has been used for centuries in many traditional cultures as a healing plant for a variety of different ailments.
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Ingredients: 100% organically grown Mucuna (Kaunch Beej) Powder
Country of origin: India
Directions to use: Take ¼–½ teaspoon, once or twice daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. It can be taken with liquids (water, juice, milk), mixed in smoothies recipes or even added to meals.
More about Mucuna Pruriens:
Mucuna, also widely known as the “Velvet bean” is a wildly grown legume indigenous to Southern China & Eastern India. It first gained popularity in 1981 during the reign of King Duke and was used as a daily vegetable source.
Since then the remarkable bean has spread internationally for assist with various ailments such as support for the Central Nervous System (CNS), a natural anti-depressant, supports the body’s ability to handle stress, supports physical balance & posture, promotes healthy motor skills, improves energy & endurance, enhances libido, revitalizes both the male & female reproductive systems.
Among these benefits, Mucuna assists a healthy digestive tract too. Because it promotes smooth muscle contractions and ushers in a spreading quality, Mucuna pruriens can help foster healthy digestive function and promote proper elimination. Mucuna is also known to support healthy blood sugar levels. In addition, the seeds are considered to be highly nutritive, with qualities similar to other commonly consumed legumes. It enhances HGH levels in turn and promotes lean muscle mass.
Mucuna is one of the best natural sources of L-Dopa amino acid, which is a direct precursor to several neurotransmitter, including adrenaline, noradrenaline, and dopamine. Dopamine is a very powerful neurotransmitter in human brain involved in mood, alertness, sexuality and many other important functions.
Not to be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women.
People suffering from schizophrenia, manic-depression and other mental illnesses should avoid Mucuna.
Patients with depression and Parkinson’s disease should use Mucuna under doctor’s supervision
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