Shatavari, translated as "having 100 spouses" is also known as Asparagus racemosus. . . it is a sweet, cooling, nourishing and soothing herb that has been used for centuries in the Indian Ayurveda tradition as a tonic. Shatavari’s name gives reference to its traditional use as a rejuvenative tonic for the female reproductive system.
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Shatavari is a good source of zinc and calcium and it also provides B complex vitamins. Its oestrogens do not produce negative side effects and gentle herb will promote an easier balanced life, which is why it is often called “The Queen of Herbs.”
The nourishing properties of Shatavari are used traditionally to support a number of systems and functions in the body.
Start with about ½ to 1 tsp and build up to 2 tsp a day, it is traditionally taken mixed in a glass of warm milk with honey, but can be used with juice.
The taste starts the digestive process, and sends signals to the body as to what to expect, already initiating your body’s own inner pharmacy.
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