Shatavari Root also known as Asparagus Root

Shatavari Root also known as Asparagus Root

Latin Name: Asparagus Racemosus

 

Mentioned in the Rig-Veda, which dates back to 1500 B.C.E, shatavari is a type of wild asparagus. The name of this herb has two possible translations, "She who has hundreds of husbands" or "One hundred roots".  Shatavari is a great herb for women's health and fertility. Besides being used as an aphrodisiac it can also be used for fatigue and poor appetite. It is traditionally used for inflammation of the bladder and urethra as well as irritable coughs. It's soothing, demulcent properties make it useful for urinary, respiratory, and digestive health.

 

Warning: Shatavari should be avoided by pregnant women

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