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Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating tonic and as an aphrodisiac to enhance healthy libido.
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Aphrodisiac: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an aphrodisiac to enhance healthy libido.
Calm nerves: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to help relieve nervous tension and calm nerves.
Vitality: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to support vitality.
Rejuvenating tonic: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating tonic.
Adaptogen for stress: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an adaptogen to help the body adapt to stress and support a healthy stress response in the body.
Nervous system: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to help support the nervous system.
You can expect a slightly bitter taste, which is typical of herbal extracts and all of their goodness.
Using the measured dropper take 3.5 mL daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Drop directly onto the tongue or dilute in 30 mL of water or juice and consume immediately. Follow with a glass of water if necessary. Shake well before use.
Each 3.5 mL contains:
Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari) root ext. liquid 3.15 mL.
Derived from dry 3.15 g.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy or egg. Nothing artificial. Vegan friendly.
Contains 22.5% alcohol.
Also contains the following plant derived excipient:
Glycerol (from coconut).
Talk to an Ayurvedic practitioner/ health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you.
If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Contains 22.5% alcohol.
Shatavari sourced from the USA.
Shatavari is native throughout Sri Lanka and India and now naturalised in other parts of the world.
With leaves like pine needles and small white flowers, this woody climber is a member of the common asparagus family Asparagaceae.
Its name Shatavari is derived from Sanskrit, shat means ‘100’ and vari meaning ‘root’ or ‘husband’, translating to “she who possesses a hundred husbands”. Implying its traditional use in Ayurvedic Medicine as an aphrodisiac.
Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an adaptogen, a female tonic and to:
Long used in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, it is often considered an aphrodisiac and a female tonic.
No Added Dairy
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