Sexuality is a complex interplay of multiple facets, including anatomical, physiological, psychological, developmental, cultural, and relational factors. This complex process might be divided into four phases, namely desire, arousal, orgasm, and resolution. Male infertility is a major problem worldwide which is defined as the inability of sexually active, non-contraceptive couples to have offspring in a year. Many factors affect the quality of semen including environmental, nutritional, and “lifestyle-related reasons. Male infertility problems may be contributory to 30 to 40 percent of infertile couples. There are many qualitative and quantitative parameters to check infertility in men which are quality of semen, number of sperm per ml of semen, sperm motility, abnormalities in sperm morphology, etc. Many plants are scientifically studied for their effect on male sexual dysfunction. Evidence showed that plants investigated on male infertility uplift the level of testosterone. The studies made it clear that testosterone plays an important role in sexual interest and associated sexual arousal.