In Sanskrit, Shatavari (Asparagus/Asparagus racemosus) means ‘she who possesses a hundred husbands,’ implying its ability to help support fertility and vitality. It regulates hormonal secretion and acts as a galactogogue to nursing women.
Shatavari has enjoyed a rich and varied history of use through the centuries. In some cultures, people drink the fresh juice of the root mixed with honey. It is also used topically in medical oils for its soothing and cooling properties.
Shatavari is a climber that is found commonly in India, especially in the Himalayan region.
It is a tonicforthe female reproductive system.Contains naturalestrogens (phytoestrogens).It is recommended towomen of childbearingperiod,as well as inthe period before andafter menopause.Is an excellent choicefor breastfeeding women.
Shatavariis the mainvegetableof ayurvedicremedy to maintainwomen's health.
The antioxidant properties ofShatavarihelp toslow the aging process.Shatavaricontains active ingredients:galactose, arabinose, steroidalsaponinsandglycosides.
Recommended dose: One capsule, twice a day or as directed by your physician
Composition: Each capsule contains 250mg extract of Shatavari
Note: Since Himalaya’s Pure Herbs are in capsule form, some children below 14 years may find it difficult to swallow them. For this reason, Pure Herbs are recommended for children ages 14 and above.