Botanical name: Asparagus racemosus
Ingredients: *Shatavari root powder
Shatavari is a climbing plant growing in low jungle regions of tropical and subtropical India. Shatavari belongs to the same family as the common asparagus featuring small uniform pine needles. Lightly translated in Sanskrit, Shatavari means "she who has 100 spouses" referring to it's effect on fertility and vitality. Based on Ayurveda, Shatavari is an adaptogen that supports the body's natural response to daily stress.
Shatavari has been traditionally used in Ayurveda for thousands of years and considered to be one of the most rejuvenating herbs in Ayurvedic medicine with its nourishing, soothing and cooling properties that help with many conditions in which the body and mind are overheated. In terms of the Ayurvedic doshas, Shatavari contains both the bitter and sweet tastes, balancing Vata and Pitta.
Shatavari is commonly used in Ayurveda as a main herb for improving reproductive health in both men and women. As the main herb in Ayurveda in the treatment of women, Shatavari may be useful to help tone and strengthen the female system, offer restorative relief from hormonal imbalances, PMS, menstrual, and menopausal imbalances, including hot flashes. Shatavari may also help to prevent miscarriage and it may improve the production of breast milk in nursing mothers. Shatavari root is also known as a superb anti-inflammatory.
Suggested use: 1/2 tsp with a warm drink, twice a day.
Note: No known precautions. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
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