A Clinical evaluation of efficacy of Kapikacchu churna (Black seeds) in The management of Klaibya
Healthy sexual functioning plays an essential role in maintaining the harmony and happiness in marital life. The common cause which always prevents a man from enjoying sexual interplay with his female partner is â€œKlaibyaâ€ in Ayurveda and in medical term it is called as Male Sexual Dysfunction (MSD). A special group of disorders of coital performance and sexual intercourse in total, either primary or secondary are grouped in Male Sexual Dysfunction. Male Sexual Dysfunction being common amongst men of invariably all ages, has been recently reported to have affected more than 152 million men worldwide with erectile dysfunction in the year 1995 and it is estimated that this number will rise to approximately 322 million by the year 2025. Keeping these facts in mind, present study is aimed to evaluate the efficacy of Kapikacchu churna (black seeds) in the management of Klaibya. A clinical trial on 15 patients of klaibya was carried out. The trial drug Kapikacchu churna (black seeds) in the dose of 5 gm twice/day with luke warm milk was administered to all the patients for 1 month. The results showed statistically highly significant improvement in total sperm count and rapid linear progressive (RLP) motility of sperms while there were significant results observed in other sexual symptoms and seminal parameters.
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