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SHATAVARI (Asparagus racemosus) is the main Ayurvedic rejuvenative for the female-as is ashwagandha for the male. It is the foremost female uterine tonic. Primarily used as a menstrual regulator in dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia and menstrual irregularity. It is a rasayana for Pitta, for the female reproductive system, and for the blood. As pitta dosha moves in the blood and the arthavasrota- the menstrual channel- the cycle is often upset by irregularities involving excess heat. This heat can condense the blood (due to dehydration), cause it to move too quickly (due to its catalytic activity), cause it to overflow (due to its rebellious nature), cause inflammations (due to its irritating tendency). Shatavari, both nourishes and cleanses the blood and the female reproductive organs. It is a good food for menopause or for those who have had hysterectomies, as it supplies many female hormones. It nourishes the ovum and increases fertility, yet its quality is sattvic and aids in love and devotion. It also increases the production of breast milk during delivery.
Shatavari offers gentle support to help tone and strengthen the body, supporting soothing, restorative relief from PMS, menstrual, and menopausal imbalances in women. It aids during Pregnancy, reduces post partum bleeding, improves lactation and restores emotional feminine balance.Have you ever wondered ‘what is shatavari?’, then look no further. Shatavari is a highly praised herb in the ancient Ayurvedic scriptures, in which it is given the epithet of “universal rasayana”. Shatavari in Sanskrit means “she who possesses one hundred husbands”, and is renowned for imparting the attributes of youth and beauty in females. Shatavari has a wide range of benefits and is consequently widely used in ayurvedic medicine to treat various conditions. However, it is the main ayurvedic rejuvenator for the female and is primarily used to treat specifically feminine issues. Shatavari herb is effective for the cleansing, soothing, and restoration of all tissues of the body, and is especially rejuvenative for the plasma, the blood, and the female reproductive system. In addition, it stokes the digestive and metabolic activities of these tissues, while it purifies and soothes them.
There are many benefits of Shatavari. It is the main herb for the treatment of female issues, just as ashwagandha is for males. It is the best uterine tonic and is primarily used for complications with menstruation and the uterus. It is a good source of phyto-estrogens, or naturally occurring plant made estrogens, which help to balance feminine functions, restoring regularity and easing associated discomforts. It is of great benefit to the uterus, renewing the uterine lining and helping to relax tension of the uterine and vaginal muscles. It also encourages the production of milk in lactating mothers. Its cooling energy is soothing to women in menopause and those who suffer from painful menstruation. As the Pitta dosha moves in the blood and the arthavasrota – the menstrual channel—the cycle is often upset by irregularities involving excess heat. This heat can condense the blood and cause it to move to quickly and overflow and accumulate, causing dangerous inflammations. Shatavari benefits the menstrual channels by both cleansing them and the blood and cooling and healing damaged tissues. It generally restores a natural balance to female hormones, thus Shatavari benefits functions like menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, nursing, menopause, and all associated conditions.
There are a variety of uses for Shatavari churna all with great benefits. For internal use, a dosage of about one teaspoon can be made into Shatavari tea with milk to enhance its blood purifying and nourishing effects. This is great for women feeling weak due to various forms of stress, and is particularly soothing for hot flashes during menopause. Shatavari ghrita is especially nourishing and restoring to the reproductive system, balancing to the hormones, and encouraging to tissue regeneration. It is also useful for external application where it can be used as a paste to cool inflammations and sooth the reproductive muscles. A Shatavari tincture can be made for localized soothing and relaxing action, or Shatavari extract can be mixed with other herbs for special formulations. Taken with honey and pippali it is supportive of the immune system and is a great anti-aging tonic for women. Shatavari is a sattvic herb that bestows love and devotion upon those who use it, and is the best Shatavari that one can buy.