Profile: Shatavari, a plant that grows all throughout India and is related to Western asparagus roots, is a member of the Liliaceae family. Shatavari root, which translates to "hundred husbands," has been employed for millennia in Ayurvedic treatments as a tonic for the female system.
Shatavari root, also known as Asparagus racemosus, was used to make our powder. You can produce liquid extracts from shatavari root powder, capsules out of it, and take it with milk, honey, or ghee.
Shatavari is the most crucial herb in Ayurvedic medicine to boost fecundity and is widely recognized as a herb for women's health. An Indian phrase that means "a woman who has a hundred husbands" is the source of the name Shatavari. The plant family Liliaceae includes shatavari.
NOTICE: DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF PREGNANT OR NURSING.
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