best Ayurvedic female elixir, stimulates lactation.
herb powder and extract
Take: 2-3 capsules a day on an empty stomach with warm milk or water. It is desirable to add a little melted butter to the milk.
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(combination of herbs in capsules)
Shatavari is the main natural rejuvenating elixir for women in Ayurveda, a plant that can give strength to the reproductive organs and promote the normalization of the immune and hormonal systems. It has emollient effects, regulates blood loss during menstruation, diuretic, rejuvenating, tonic, sedative, antispasmodic and antibacterial effects. Strongly increases sexual energy. Shatavari activates the ovaries, increasing their ability to fertilize. Normalizes the menstrual cycle in women.
one capsule contains:
350 mg - Asparagus root (Asparagus racemosus) dry extract (1: 4) powder
120 mg - Asparagus root (Asparagus racemosus) powder
2-3 capsules a day on an empty stomach with warm milk or water. It is desirable to add a little melted butter to the milk.
Optimal usage rate:
two to three months.
Brand manufacturer and distributor PureHerbs:
“Vedic Institute of Healthcare and Research” Ltd., Dzirnavu Street 5A, Jurmala, LV2011
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. At high doses, there may be problems with the gastrointestinal tract. There are no known side effects. Ayurvedic preparations are completely safe and effective in terms of dosing recommendations.
Asparagus (Asparagus racemosus)
Scientific studies show that women who regularly use this plant have an increase in the number of mammary glands and an increase in milk secretion, which is associated with increased synthesis of prolactin and somatotropin.
The rich content of bioflavonoids and natural antibiotics in the plant cleanses the blood and mucous membranes of a woman's genitals.
Because the plant contains many analogues of female sex hormones, it is used in menopausal women as well as those who have had a hysterectomy.
Shatavari balances the female hormonal system, accelerating the conversion of estradiol to estriol, stimulating progesterone synthesis. Thus, the plant prevents estrogen-dependent diseases (fibroids, mastopathy, endometriosis, cervical erosion).
May have anticancer effects.
Shatavari has a positive effect on the male reproductive system - it is used to treat impotence and inflammation of the genitals.
Shatavari is an effective emollient against atrophic hypoacid gastritis, stomach ulcers, dry skin and even herpes.
Shatavari quenches thirst and promotes fluid retention in the body, which is justified in the complex treatment of enterocolitis.
Effective against bleeding and hemorrhoids.
Sources of information:
Ayurvedic Indian Pharmacopoeia (API)