also known as Velvet bean, Cowage, Cowitch, Lacuna bean, and Lyon bean.
Composition of Mucuna Beans
The plant is notorious for the extreme itchiness it produces on contact, particularly with the young foliage and the seed pods. It has value in agricultural and horticultural use and has a range of medicinal properties. Velvet beans consist of a number of alkaloids which are recognized for revitalizing testosterone secretion to make sure better accessibility of gonads. This process leads to a boost in testes size and sperm count too.
Health benefits of Mucuna Beans
Perhaps it is best known as a potent herbal aphrodisiac. Mucuna beans build fertility in men, increasing semen volume, sperm count and sperm motility.
It is very potent at increasing libido for both men and women.
Mucuna beans help men last longer sexually. It is used to build muscle in those who are weak.
The entire process of sperm creation, spermatogenesis, is generally administered by testosterone. Improving the testosterone levels as a result results in higher manufacture of sperms. Velvet beans have been proven to boost sexual performance, behaviour as well as libido. Frequent use of these types of velvet beans really leads to heightened arousals in addition to enhanced sexual activity. Furthermore, it also delays ejaculation by toning down the hypersensitivity of the genitals. This will make it helpful for individuals with the problem of premature ejaculation.
History of Mucuna Beans
The velvet beans are “drift seeds”, which is a name given to any seeds that can float away on ocean currents to grow in other regions of the world.
Mucuna pruriens, a tropical legume also known as velvet bean, has been used by ancient healers and is making waves in the scientific community. Ayurvedic herbal medicine has relied on Mucuna pruriens since 1500 BC to support ailments such as snakebite, intestinal disorders, sexual response, and melancholy mood.