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Shatawari: Asparagus racemosus is a rejuvenating Ayurveda herb specially for the female reproductive organs. It nourishes the ovum and increases fertility.
Shatawari is well known nourishing Ayurveda herb so it is specially indicated in malnourished and emaciating conditions. It improves the milk production; increases strength of the body; nourishes the brain and whole nervous system properly. Shatawari is also indicated in male infertility. It also delays signs of aging.
|Madhura, Tikata||Guru Snighdha||Shita||Madhura|
- Shatavari is balaya action, leaves boiled in oil are used for massage in brain disease, vata disorders and weakness.
- Shatavari leaves are used in measles and smallpox.
- Shatavari is brain tonic and pain reliever, gives energy to brain and nerves. It is used in epilepsy and syncope and vata disorders.
- Shatavari alleviates bleeding disorders.
- Shatavari is good cardiotonic.
- Shatavari is well known glalactagogue in human as well as animals.
- Shatavari is a foetal tonic and aphrodisiac.
- Shatavari work as rasayan in threatened abortion, menorrhagia, suppressed lactation and low sperm count.
- Shatavari is useful in general debility and muscle strengthener.
- Shatavari is diuretic used in dysuria and gives strength to urinary bladder.
- Shatavari is good eye tonic, useful in impaired eye sight and in many eye diseases.
|Best Recommended Uses|
For improving lactation Shatawari Powder should be taken with milk daily. Besides improving lactation it will also nourish all the systems of the mother properly.
|Doses and Useful Parts|
|Powder of roots: 3-6 gm; Decoction of roots: 50-100 ml; Juice of freshly collected Shatawari: 10-20 ml|