In the traditional Indian system of healthcare, Ayurveda, Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is history's main herb for female support. It supports healthy and normal blood flow through the reproductive system and it also supports normal hormone utilization and blood hormone levels.
It helps support fertility and vitality. Its principle constituents include saponins, alkaloids, proteins, and tannins. The plant contains triterpene saponins called Shatavarin I-IV, which support the body's own natural production of estrogen.
Shatavari supports normal production of breast milk for nursing mothers. Some cultures drank fresh juice of the root mixed with honey. Still others used it topically in medicinal oils for its soothing and cooling properties.
Used in India as a best-known and most often-used herb for women
Supports normal function of the female reproductive system
Supports normal hormone utilization and normal blood hormone levels
Supports normal function of the immune and digestive system
Considered a soothing, cooling "tonic herb" in traditional healthcare
Take 2 caplets per day before food.
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