The benefits of Shatavari

Called the Queen of Roots for a reason, Shatavari has risen to previously unknown levels of popularity in South Africa for its impressive CV of benefits for women of all ages! Let’s see why Shatavari is such a popular choice of supplement.

Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is a versatile and highly regarded herb in Ayurveda, known for its numerous potential health benefits, particularly for women’s health and overall well-being.

Female Reproductive Health:

  • Regulates the menstrual cycle
  • Relieves menopause symptoms like hot flashes and mood swings
  • Improves fertility and healthy conception
  • Supports lactation in nursing mothers

Digestive Health:

  • Helps soothe the digestive tract
  • Relieves acidity, gastritis, and other digestive discomforts

Restorative Properties:

  • Bioactive compounds support the body’s immune response
  • Has immunomodulatory effects – helping the immune system to function at optimal level
  • Anti-inflammatory properties that reduce inflammation across the body
  • As a natural adaptogen it helps the body adapt to stress and reduce the effects of anxiety
  • A powerful detoxing agent that flushes out toxins and purifies the blood
  • Contains natural antioxidants to protect cells against oxidative stress and damage caused by free radicals

Beauty Properties:

  • Promotes skin health and radiance

Which dosha needs Shatavari?

Shatavari is considered cooling and nourishing, making it particularly beneficial for individuals with excess heat or inflammation in their bodies (Pitta dosha).

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