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As per Ayurveda

Shatavari acts as a Dietary Supplement for both the male and female health. It has an aphrodisiac and cooling effect.

Due to its Vata (air) – Pitta (fire) pacifying properties this rejuvenating herb is used in many tonics and numerous Ayurvedic herbal formulas.

Primary benefits as per Ayurveda

  • It is useful to maintain healthy male and female reproductive health.
  • It helps to nourishes and rejuvenates the body, promotes vitality, strength, and supports immunity.
  • A healthy dietary choice for nursing, menopausal, and postmenopausal, lactating women to include in daily diet.
  • Shatavari also helps to maintain a healthy urinary tract and supports the immune system.
  • Helps to supports liver function.
  • Helps to supports brain function.
  • Supports healthy monthly cycle which is already in healthy state.
  • Supports eye health.

Other Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Helps to support lactating female health.
  • It helps to support healthy mammary glands which are already in healthy state.
  • Supports healthy urinary tract, and useful menopausal women.
  • Shatavari is known to nourish and rejuvenate the body tissues, promote vitality, strength, and supports immunity.
  • Shatavari helps to support healthy fertility and vitality.
  • Shatavari nourishes and helps to support healthy the female reproductive health.
  • A natural source of estrogens.



  • High quality pure extract with optimum potency & maximum quantity.
  • Shatavari – High quality pure extract with optimum potency & maximum quantity.
  • 700 mg standardized extract not less than 40% Saponins (Herb ratio 6:1) + 100 mg micronized extract of yellow Shatavari = 800 mg.
  • This level of extraction ratio retains all the natural components and properties of the herb in concentrated form.

As per Ayurveda:

  • Family Name: Liliaceae
  • Botanical Name: Asparagus Racemosus
  • English Name: Indian Asparagus
  • Hindi Name: Shatavari
  • Sanskrit Name: Shatavari
  • Variety: White shatavari and Yellow shatavari.


  • Rasa (Taste): Sweet
  • Virya (Potency): Cold
  • Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect): Sweet
  • Property: Heavy

Chemical Properties:

Steroidal saponins, glycosides, alkaloids, polysaccharides, mucilage, racemosol and isoflavones.

Best Source:

Himalayan region up to 4000 feet height.


  • White shatavari and yellow shatavari.
  • Both white and yellow shatavari having same but some different properties. Combination of both provides the full spectrum of this herb. While yellow is four time expensive but it has more oil in natural form.

Serving Size:

Adults: Take 1 Capsules, 2 times a day with water or juice. Use of this herb with warm milk or soy milk may be more beneficial.

Best Use With:

Food to Favour:

  • Fruits [ figs, dates, peaches, plums]
  • Fresh vegetables [Broccoli, beans, carrots, spinach, bottle gourd, garlic, black grams]
  • Yogurt
  • Salmon fish
  • Fennel seeds
  • Barley
  • Brown rice
  • Milk
  • Oatmeal
  • Egg soup

Food to Avoid:

  • Fried and fatty food
  • Trans fat
  • Tea and coffee
  • Chocolates
  • Potato
  • Raw banana
  • Cabbage
  • Packed food
  • Canned food
  • Junk food
  • Spicy or acidic food.
  • Cold drinks
  • White bread


  • Drink enough water.
  • Eat fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Maintain hygienic conditions.
  • Take Olive oil or rice bran oil in your diet.
  • Take triphala powder to maintain morning regularity.


  • Avoid meat, coffee, tea, alcohol and smoking.
  • Avoid heavy work, stress and anger.
  • Do not take excessive salty or acidic food.

Healthy Tips:

  • Natural nutritional diet
  • Ashwagandha powder
  • Yoga
  • Positive thinking
  • Restful sleep


Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of health care provider. Keep away from the reach of children.

Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books:


  • Dravyaguna Vigana
  • Adarsh Nighantu
  • Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India


  • Ravikumar PR, Soman R, Chetty GL, Pandey RC and Sukh D. Chemistry of ayurvedic crude drugs: Part V1-(Shatavari-1): structure of Shatavarin-1V. Ind J Chem. 1987;26B:1012-1017.
  • Subramanian SS and Nair AGR. Chemical components of A.racemosus. curr Sci. 1968;37(10):287.
  • Sharma PC, Yelne MB and Dennis TJ. Database on medicinal plant. 2000;1:418.

Other Uncommon Names of This Herb: Shatawari, Satamuli, Asparagus, Wild Asparagus, Asparagus Root. Mahashatavari, Satavar, Satmuli, Kilavari, Satavali, Shatmuli, Satavari, Satawar, Shimai-Shadavari, Ammaikodi, Kilwari, Challagadda, Pilligadalu, Majjige-Gadde, Aheru Balli, Saatawari, Ekalakanto, Shatawarmul, Shatavari and Satamuli.

NOTE: Standardized extract means herb is extracted till we get minimum 40% Sappnonis.

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