Also known as
Asparagus racemosus, Catavari, Satavari, Shaqaqule Hindi, Songga Langit.
Plant Family: Liliaceae
Shatavari is a traditional Ayurvedic antispasmodic; an aphrodisiac, demulcent, digestive, diuretic, galactogogue, and is often used for infertility and for women’s health.
Steroidal saponins & glycosides (shatavarin, sarasapogenin, diosgenin), isoflavones, mucilage, alkaloids, asparagamine, sistosterol.
The root, rhizomes and stem.
As an infusion or a tincture. The fresh root is often candied or made into preserves to give it a sugary sweet flavor.
Shatavari is highly regarded as an herb for women’s health and it is the most important herb in Ayurvedic medicine for problems connected to women’s fertility. The name Shatavari is from an Indian word meaning “a woman who has a hundred husbands”.
Consult with a physician before using if pregnant or nursing.
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