Avesta Ayurceutics Shatavari-The Queen of Herbs
Shatavari means “one who possesses 100 husbands” in Sanskrit, which is symbolic of its pranashakti or abundant supply of life energy and the belief that it imparts young and beautiful to the user.
Shatavari is the main building tonic for women .This relative of vegetable asparagus in particularly rejuvenating to the female reproductive tract and the blood and to build the body.
Shatavari has tonic and rejuvenating effects on the reproductive system, helping to generate healthy reproductive fluid and blood, soothe reproductive organs and regulates the period. It also acts as an aphrodisiac and increase fertility.
This herb balances female hormones, making it valuable in treating menopausal complaints such as vaginal atrophy.
Dosage of Avesta herbal-for women’s health:
Lifetime as tonic…
One capsule, twice a day or as directed by your physician.
Benefits of Vestal Ayurceutics Shatavari:Avesta Shatavari is used to strengthen the immune system.It increases breast milk.It is a good remedy for vaginal discharge like licorice and uterine disorders such as excessive bleeding sexual secretions and as an aphrodisiac.It is useful in colic.It is used as an effective moisturizer for the membrane of the lungs, digestive tract, and like other asparagus species, the kidneys and urinary tract.It promotes LactationIt has Aphrodisiac effectIt acts as an Phyto-estrogenic herb for womenIt supports overall mental and physical healthIt also prevents premature agingShatavari Facts:
Scientific Name: Asparagus Racemosus
Common Name: Shatavari
Part Used : root
Tastes: Sweet bitter
Tissue: Work on all Tissue
Actions: Tonic (general, reproductive) nutritive, rejuvenative, antacid, demulcent
Uses: Debility of female organs, infertility, sexual debility, impotence, menopause, ulcers, hyperacidity, dehydration, lung abscess, cough, cancer, herpes, leukorrhea, chronic fevers.
Source Of Natural Herb Shatavari:
Shatavari consists of dried roots and the leaves of the plant known as asparagus Racemosus wild.
Shatavari is native to tropical and subtropical regions of Southeast Asia, Malaysia, Africa, and Northern Australia. In India it is found in the Himalayas up to an altitude of 1300 to 1400 m and all
Tropical parts of India. Shatavari occur as a wild plant in dry and deciduous forests of Maharashtra.
Warning:Shatavari is contraindicated for women who have massive fibrocystic breasts.Use of Shatavari during pregnancy is still a disputed subject. So this herb is not recommended for such women. Women with kidney disorders or heart diseases must avoid this herb.