vajikarana

vajikarana

(vaj″ē-kă-ron′ă) [Sanskrit, vaji, stallion + Sanskrit karana, cause, causal body]
In Ayurvedic medicine, the enhancement of reproductive fluids, the invigoration of reproductive drive and the use of aphrodisiacs and sexology. It is one of the eight fundamental forms of treatment.

vajikarana (väˈ·jē·kä·räˑ·n),

n in Ayurveda, the discipline associated with promoting and producing fertility. Specifically, one of the purposes of this discipline is the protection of the following three forces crucial to life: ojas, tejas, and prana. Also called
virilization therapy. See also ojas, tejas, and prana.
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I would contend that the traditional Ayurvedic analysis of Guduci as rasayana, vajikarana, medhya, jwarahara and tridosaham is more specific and much more useful than this one-word, pseudo-biomedical classification.
The part of Ayurvedic medicine which deals with fertility problems is called Vajikarana.