Shatavari is the main rejuvenating Ayurvedic herb for women. Shatavari has been safely used in Ayurveda for fertility and vitality & may simultaneously improve lactation during pre & post-delivery. It helps nourish and cleanse both the blood and the female reproductive organs. Shatavari is also considered to be a source of plant driven estrogen, making Shatavari a healthy choice for nursing, menopausal & postmenopausal women. It is known as a female health tonic. It is helpful in all stages of womanhood. It supports normal functioning of the female reproductive system. It is a rich source of protein. It is one of the most potent & safe lactation promoting agents.
- The properties of Ayurvedic Shatavari Capsule are effectively used to improve female hormonal imbalance.
- Shatavari for lactation may maintain the optimum functioning of the female reproductive system.
- Additionally, the Shatavari for women may help to maintain healthy women health in a natural way.
- The galactagogue properties of Shatavari for fertility may help promote lactation.
Shatavari extract (Asparagus racemosus) 250mg
Shatavari Powder (Asparagus racemosus) 100mg
(Standardized to contain 30% Saponins = 105mg)
Take one capsule twice daily or as directed by the physician
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Essential nutrient for carbohydrate metabolism.
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