- MFG # 1011
- UPC # 618192010112
Shatavari is a rejuvenating herb that cools the body and strengthens and nourishes the tissues. Traditionally used to maintain the healthy production of female hormones‚ Shatavari may be translated as "100 spouses‚" implying its role in promoting fertility and vitality. As a nutritive tonic it encourages the healthy production of milk in lactating mothers and the healthy production of semen in would be fathers. It is also useful for supporting the menopausal transition. Shatavari supports a healthy immune system and assists in both physical and mental digestion. Its unctuous quality soothes and nurtures membranes of the lungs‚ stomach‚ kidneys and reproductive organs‚ and gives it a building nature that makes it a great support for anyone looking for a nourishing grounding effect. It's bitter and sweet taste also has a cooling effect on the system. These combined qualities make it a rasayana (rejunvinative) for the reproductive system‚ the digestive system (particularly when pitta is involved)‚ and the blood. Sattvic (pure‚ harmonious) in nature‚ Shatavari calms the mind and promotes love and devotion.
Rejuvenation for Vata and Pitta.
- Maintains a healthy female reproductive system.
- Supports healthy lactation.
- Supports fertility and a healthy libido.
- Nourishing tonic for women and men.
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Servings Per Container: 90
Amount Per Serving / % DV
Shatavari root (Asparagus racemosus)+ 500 mg / **
**Daily value not established.
Other ingredients‚ from natural sources: Organic maltodextrin‚ silicon dioxide.
(Free of gluten‚ soy and dairy. 100% vegetarian).
As a dietary supplement‚ take 1-2 tablets‚ once or twice daily‚ or as directed by your health practitioner. Used to support the proper function of the female reproductive system‚ healthy lactation‚ digestion‚ the immune system and male virility.
Store in a cool‚ dry place. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if seal is broken or missing. Shatavari is commonly used and well tolerated in traditional use‚ and though research on shatavari is still sparse‚ no significant adverse effects have been reported. Shatavari is part of the asparagus family‚ and should therefore be avoided by anyone with an allergy to asparagus.
Asparagus can have a diuretic effect‚ and therefore‚ some theoretically believe that shatavari should be used with caution in people taking diuretic medications.
According to Ayurveda‚ one should avoid Shatavari if there is the presence of excess kapha‚ congestion and ama.
In the West‚ the exact role of phytoestrogens is still under investigation‚ and people with estrogen sensitivities‚ including estrogen sensitive tumors‚ are advised to use caution with foods and herbs containing phytoestrogens‚ which would include Shatavari.
Always consult your health care practitioner if you have questions related to your particular condition.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- GMO Free
- Organic Product
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
- Soy Free
- Vegetarian Product
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