- Taste profile & effect
Ayurveda wisdom & tradition
Botanical name: Asparagus Racemosus
Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) has been used for centuries in Ayurveda, sometimes spelled "shatawari," its name is translated as “having one hundred roots” and also referred to as meaning “having one hundred husbands."
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2-6 grams of powder per day for adults
* 1 serving = 1 gm = 1/4 teaspoon
How to Take Shatavari
Ayurveda prefers the powder form of herbs because tasting the herb starts the digestive process and sends signals to the body to initiate the body’s own supportive mechanisms.
- Shatavari powder is the most traditional form of taking the herb. It is usually taken with an Anupam (carrier substance) to help bring its effects deeper into the tissue layers. Try it with milk and sugar, honey, or ghee (clarified butter). It is also sometimes cooked into herbal Shatavari ghee for an especially building and nourishing blend.
Do not take with alcohol, other drugs, or natural health products with sedative properties. If you are pregnant, consult a health care practitioner prior to use.
Bitter and sweet in taste.
Organic Asparagus racemosus powder