Capsule-Shatavari (Promotes lactation) :
Description : The roots of Shatavari or Asparagus racemosus have galactagogue, antispasmodic, appetizer, cooling, tonic and aphrodisiac properties. Asparagus is a herb that regulates hormonal secretion. Shatavari acts as a galactagogue and is useful in promoting lactation.
Testimonial : Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) has enjoyed a rich and varied history of use through the centuries. Shatavari tubers were once candied and eaten as a sweetmeat. Nursing mothers ate Shatavari because it supported the normal production of breast milk. In some cultures, people drink the fresh juice of the root mixed with honey. It is also used topically in medical oils for its soothing and cooling properties. Shatavari is a climber that is found commonly in India, especially in the Himalayan region.
Active constituents : Its principal constituents include saponins, sitosterol and stigmasterol with their glucosides, alkaloids, proteins and tannins. The plant contains the triterpene saponins called Shatavarin I-IV, which support the body's own natural production of estrogen. The chemical ingredients in the Shatavari plant include steroidal saponins, isoflavones, asparagamine A and polysaccharides.
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