Shatawari Root Powder (Asparagus Racemosus) is an important plant in traditional medicine in tropical and subtropical India. Its medicinal usage has been reported in the Indian and British Pharmacopoeias and in traditional systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha. It is the best supplement for women’s health.
Shatawari Powder (Asparagus), is primarily a reproductive tonic (both male and female), a reliever for the digestive system, and a powerful adaptogen. As a reproductive tonic, Shatawari Powder is relied on heavily for all stages of a woman’s reproductive cycle, beginning with the menarche (start of menses), supporting the female system through menses, ovulation and fertility, uterine strength during pregnancy, childbirth and ample lactation (flow and quantity of milk), and hot flashes, irritability, irregular memory and dryness during menopause.
As per Ayurveda, Shatawari Powder is sweet-bitter, cold in potency. It increases intelligence, is good for eyes, unctuous, nutritive, improves milk duct flow in post natal women (galactagogue) and is nutritive rejuvenator. Finally it helps to build ojas, the precious fluid in the body that governs vitality, virility, immunity and sleep, hence it is also called “Queen Of Herbs”!
As per Ayurveda, Shatawari Powder is indeed a primary uterine tonic for weak & malnourished women. It supports well being & general health of uterus in all ages, protecting it from numerous ailments. Asparagus benefits male reproductive system too. Its unctuous properties increase all the reproductive fluids, supporting a healthy sperm count and genital organs in men.
Secondly as a digestive aid, Shatawari coats and soothes the mucus membranes with its unctuous and sweet qualities, making this herb ideal for supporting the natural balancing of acidic digestion. Shatawari also promotes a healthy anti-inflammatory response in the intestines, helping in colitis.
A general and uterine tonic
Contains natural steriodal saponins useful as galactogogue (increases breast milk)
Regular use helps as a coolant for hyperacidity, and protects gastric lining
Take 1 to 2 teaspoon with 100ml cardamom milk after breakfast.