BIO Shatavari, fine powder in exquisite 1A quality, completely natural, carefully grown organically without chemical sprays and residue-controlled
Tiang Men Dong, (Asparagus racemosus)
Shatavari is the most important herb for women in Ayurveda. It reduces Vata and Pitta and increases Kapha.
Translated Shatavari means: 'who owns a hundred men', which points to the tonic and rejuvenating effect on female sexuality.
The part of the plant used is the tuber, English names: Shatavari, Indian Asparagus
Asparagus racemosus is native to India. Shatavari is a creeper of the asparagus family with an extensive system of bulbous roots. These have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for generations as the most important Ayurvedic rejuvenating agent for women - similar to ashwagandha for men.
In traditional Indian medicine, Shatavari was and is used especially for women as a gentle analgesic and aphrodisiac. Shatavari is also successfully used as a galactogogue, a means that stimulates the mammary glands.
This plant is a good nutrient because it provides many female hormones (phytohormones, e.g. isoflavones).
It nourishes the egg cells, increases fertility and promotes love and libido in women.
Traditional expectation of how Shatavari can work in the body:
• rejuvenating for women
• for milk production
• in the case of hyperacidity
• aphrodisiac for women
• strengthening for the female sex organs
• for menstrual problems
Attention! Do not take if you have fibroids, tumors or cysts.
Phytohormones and isoflavones in Shatavari
The plant hormones (phytohomones) contained in Shatavari stimulate growth during pregnancy and lead to an increase in milk production (lactation) during breastfeeding.
Adaptogens and Saponins in Shatavari
Secondary plant substances such as the adaptogens in the Shatavari help the organism to deal with stress. The woman adapts better to stress with the help of these substances. The proven adaptogenic effect of Shatavari is attributed to the content of saponins, also called Shatavarin.
Shatavari is therefore also regarded as the most important Ayurvedic plant for rejuvenation as well as for the general well-being and vitality of women.
Active ingredients in the Shatavari BIO root powder
Sarsapogenin, Saponins, Quercetin, Rutin, Hyperoside, Diosgenin, Sitosterol, Stigmasterol, Shatavarin, Asparagamine, Disaccharide.
Dosha: Vata and Pitta are reduced.
Nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value: 1255 kJ / 310 kcal
of which saturated fatty acids 0.16 g
Carbohydrates: 28 g
of which sugar 0 g
Protein: 5.6 g
Taking Shatavari Organic Powder
You can take Shatavari powder, 1 teaspoon per day, mixed with honey, milk or ghee.
Or drink a teaspoon mixed in warm water.
You can also boil the teaspoon of powder in 200 ml milk for 5-7 minutes and drink it.
If you are taking medication or are being treated by a doctor, you should consult your trusted medical professional before taking any vital substances or dietary supplements. In any case, use in children should be coordinated with the medical person you trust, since most studies are carried out with adults and consumption recommendations for children are usually not known.