Himalaya Spemen for increasing sperm count

Himalaya Speman tablets is a miraculous herbal supplement that helps in promoting spermatogenesis by its action improving the function of the testicles that includes testicles, seminal vesicle and epididymas functions. Himalaya Speman tablets helps in improving the sperm count and is also beneficial in raising the quality of semen as it increases the LH-FSH producing basophil cells in the pituitary gland. The pure herbal formulation of Himalaya Speman tablets has been put to test with uncountable tests and clinical trials and only after that it has been marketed for the people with problems of men. It is the certified Ayurvedic herbal formulation that not only improves the sperm count but also the morphology as well as sperm motility. This is herbal combination is tested clinically and no side effects were seen under intensive clinical trials. This Ayurvedic formulation bears the reputation of the supplement that helps in improving the condition of oligospermia. It is extremely helpful in toning up of the reproductive system in males and is also effective in enhancing the general vitality. It is also considered as a restorative and nervine tonic.
Himalaya Speman is an Ayurvedic formulation that supports in complete and powerful contraction of the seminal vesicles, as a result bringing about their absolute evacuation and also increases the quantity of semen ejaculated from the male genital. Ayurvedic Speman is an herbal supplement that is well reported upon and apparent in an important clinical condition where the so called modern medicine (allopathic) offers little ray of optimism.

Benefits of Speman

  • Ayurvedic herbal Speman helps in rectifying problem of Oligospermia
  • Himalaya Ayurvedic herbal Speman helps in increasing Sperm Count
  • Himalaya Speman is extremely effective in improving the quality of sperms for better progeny
  • It is also very much effective in reducing prostate enlargement (BPH) and allied problems.
  • Great heath without any exposure to chemicals and toxins
  • It is helpful in achieving the permanent solution to your problem

Herbal Speman Ingredients (Per Tablet):

  • Salep Orchid / Salabmisri ( Orchis mascula ) 130mg - salep orchid or more commonly known as salab mishri in Indian subcontinent is a herb that was used by ancient Indian doctors in treating men with problems like impotence, erectile dysfunction, low libido etc. This herb bears the property in enhancing the internal powers to help a man to achieve his eternal power to complete the act of love. It also is also helpful in proving vital energy useful in maintaining the optimum health.
  • Hygrophila / Kokilaksha ( Astercantha longifolia Syn. Hygrophila auriculata ) 64mg -
  • Lettuce / Vanya kahu ( Lactuca scariola Syn. L.serriola ) 32mg
  • Cow-Itch Plant / Kapikachchhu ( Mucuna pruriens ) 32mg -
  • Suvarnavang(Mosaic Gold) 32mg
  • Elephant Creeper / Vriddadaru ( Argyreia speciosa Syn. A.nervosa ) 64mg
  • Small Caltrops / Gokshura ( Tribulus terrestris ) 64mg
  • Jeevanti ( Leptadenia reticulata ) 64mg
  • Stone Flowers / Shaileyam ( Parmelia perlata )32mg


Two Speman tablet is to be taken twice or thrice daily or as advised by physician.

Speman Side Effects:

No side effects of Himalayan Speman are known when taken in prescribed dosage.

Speman from Himalaya Drug Company

Speman a remarkable and a USP of Himalaya Drug Company is an herbal formulation that is being regularly used by doctors and herbalist worldwide on their patients. It has been estimated that more than 250,000 doctors are prescribing men with their reproductive problem in India alone. Himalaya drug company products are famous for their quality and are created after all the trials and checks. Himalaya drug and Herbal Healthcare uses chromatographic fingerprinting and infra red method that is considered as one of the most sophisticated standardization method, to guarantee dependable quality and performance
Avoid taking alcohols, Red meat, junk food and heavy food stuff to achieve early benefits
Evaluation of the Efficacy of Himalaya Speman in the Management of Male Sub-fertility
A study was conducted in 50 male patients with idiopathic infertility, to evaluate the efficacy of Himalaya herbal Speman in the management of male sub-fertility. Physical and endocrinological examinations were carried out before initiating treatment with himalaya herbal Speman. Semen analysis was done to determine the sperm density, motility and morphology. Ayurvedic Speman was administered at a dose of 2 tablets, twice daily for 3 months. After three months of treatment with natural Speman the mean sperm density increased from 14.38 ± 0.42 million/ml to 62.86 ± 1.26 million/ml. The mean motility before treatment of Ayurvedic Speman was 35.73percentage, which increased to 46.62 percentage after treatment. There was an improvement from 49.13 percentage to 62.71percentage in the sperm morphology. The mean testosterone level before herbal Speman treatment was 4.27 ± 0.26 ng/ml and increased to 5.86 ± 0.34 ng/ml. No side effects were reported during the entire duration of the trial. Thus, herbal Speman may be useful in influencing fertility in sub-fertile males .


In approximately 60 percentage of all couples experiencing infertility, a male factor is involved. It is primarily a male factor in 40 percentage of these couples, and in 20percentage of these couples it is a combination of both male and female factors. Both partners contributing to infertility is also revealed by a WHO study in which 26.5percentage of 8500 couples had both male and female factors operating to reduce the likelihood of conception 1 . About 15 percentage of the couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure. Most authorities define these patients as primarily infertile, if they have been unable to conceive even after one year of unprotected intercourse. Conception normally is achieved within twelve months, in 80-85percentage of couples who use no contraceptive measures. Data available over the past 20 years reveal that in approximately 30 percentages of cases pathology is found among the males alone, and in another 20 percentage both the male and female are abnormal. Therefore, the male factor is partly responsible in about 50 percentage of infertile couples. Baker et al., divided male infertility into 3 categories: Treatable male infertility (12.1 percentage) untreatable male infertility (12.8 percentage) and untreatable sub-fertility (75 percentage). When an infertile male presents for evaluation with no specific abnormality to account for his problem, it is an idiopathic infertility. Studies confirm that environmental factors such as pesticides, exogenous estrogens and heavy metals may have a negative impact. With various treatments available for medical problems, it is predictable that the patient would expect a medical therapy to improve sperm production and quality. A number of nutritional therapies have been shown to improve sperm count and sperm mobility including carnitine, arginine, zinc3,4, selenium5 and vitamin B12. Numerous antioxidants have also proven beneficial in treating male infertility, such as vitamin C6,7, vitamin E8, glutathione and co-enzymes Q10. Gonadotropin and kallikerin, a glycoprotein are also used to treat male infertility. Specific botanical medicines have been documented in several studies to possess a positive effect on sperm production. A multifaceted therapeutic approach to improve male fertility involves identifying harmful environmental and occupational risk factors, while correcting underlying nutritional imbalances to encourage optimum sperm production and function9. The present study was carried out to evaluate the efficacy of herbal Speman, an herbal formula comprising powders of following herbs
  1. Orchis mascula,
  2. Asteracantha longifolia,
  3. Lactuca scariola,
  4. Mucuna pruriens,
  5. Suvarnavanga,
  • Argyreia speciosa,
  • Tribulus terrestris,
  • Leptadenia reticulata
  • Parmelia perlata.


Fifty male patients with idiopathic infertility attending the Out Patient Department of Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital and Swaroop Rani Hospital , Allahabad were included in the study. A medical history including duration of infertility, previous history of conception, pregnancy, sexual history with respect to erection and ejaculatory functions were ascertained. Surgical intervention was also evaluated. Family history of other members with fertility problems, diabetes and hypertension was studied. General physical examination was conducted to examine testicular size and reflexes. The spermatic cord was examined with special attention to the presence of varicocele. Prior to treatment, semen analysis was carried out after 2-3 days of ejaculatory abstinence. The patients were considered as oligospermic when the total sperm count was <20> Ayurvedic herbal cure offers sincere thanks to - Krishna Mukherjee, Director, Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital , Allahabad , India Amita Tripathi, Senior Research Associate, Motilal Nehru Medical College , Allahabad , India and Dr. Kala Suhas Kulkarni , Medical Advisor, R&D Center , The Himalaya Drug Company, Bangalore , India .