Mucuna Pruriens Black, Brown, White (Kavcha) - Velvet Bean L-Dopa Yielding Seeds

Mucuna Pruriens Black Seeds Mucuna Pruriens Seeds
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Mucuna Pruriens Brown Seeds

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Mucuna Pruriens White Seeds

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Mucuna Pruriens Powder
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Mucuna Pruriens (Kavcha) :

Kavcha is known for its aphrodisiac properties. Improves vigor and vitality. It increases stamina and libido and acts as a restorative nutrient for the nervous system by supporting healthy production of the sex hormones. It increases blood circulation to the genitals and decreases symptoms of stress and anxiety. It has also shown to improve sperm producing capability.

Kavcha contains high levels of naturally occurring L- Dopa, the world's most extensively researched amino acid. L-Dopa is one of the substances that cross the blood brain barrier to convert into Dopamine. Dopamine is a very powerful neurotransmitter that stimulates the hypothalamus and pituitary glands to release growth hormone, increase testosterone levels, boost libido, and increase sperm count. The seeds are used in leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, spermatorrhoea, Parkinson's and as an aphrodisiac. They are one of the best tonics and used to improve vitality.

Medicinal Properties of Kavcha Seeds - antihelmintic, astringent, nervine tonic, and an aphrodisiac.

Parts Used:
Roots, Seeds and Leaves

This herb is an annual climbing shrub found in the tropics of India.

The plant is an annual, climbing shrub with long vines that can reach over 15m. It bears white, lavender, or purple flowers and pods that are covered in loose orange hairs, which cause a severe itch if they come in contact with skin.

Root is used as a remedy in facial paralysis and nervous disorders. Decoction of the roots purifies the blood, cures rheumatism, asthma, cough, stone in the bladder and improves vitality. It is also used for fevers, edema, and elephantiasis.

Mucuna pruriens:
(syn. Dolichos Pruriens) is a tropical legume known by a multitude of common names, including velvet bean, cowitch, cowhage, kapikachu, nescafe, sea bean, kratzbohnen, konch, yerepe (Yoruba) and atmagupta. The beans are shiny black, brown or white. It is found in tropical Africa, India and the Caribbean.

Mucuna pruriens seed powder contains high concentrations of levodopa, a direct precursor of the neurotransmitter dopamine and has long been used in traditional Ayurvedic Indian medicine for diseases including parkinsonism. In large amounts (30 g/dose) it and has been shown to be equally effective in the treatment of parkinsons disease as pure levodopa/carbidopa medications but no data on long-term efficacy and tolerability is available. Another benefit of Mucuna is that it can increase the production of human growth hormone, and extracts are commonly sold as body-building supplements.

Mucuna has also been shown to have diretic effects. It increases tissue resiliency and improves coordination.

In history, Mucuna has been used as an aphrodisiac. It is still used to increase libido in both men and women due to its dopamine inducing properties. Dopamine has a profound influence on sexual function.