Shatavari is traditionally an Ayurvedic herb used to support healthy hormonal balance and female reproductive health. It is his scientific name Asparagus racemosus“As the name suggests, he is a member of the asparagus family.” It is considered an adaptogen, which is thought to help balance and rejuvenate the entire body system instead of focusing on one part of the body.
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, shatavari is considered a rejuvenation tonic at any age or stage of life. In Ayurveda, shatavari is something that women take for life, from menstruation to menopause. Especially loved by new moms.
We like organic Indian shatavari. The founders of Organic India had three main goals when they set up the company: to recognize traditional Indian agricultural wisdom, to nurture local environments with regenerative farming practices, and to create a business based on high ethical standards and fair trade partnerships. Organic India works with more than 3,000 farmers in India to uphold these principles. His shatavari is pure organic Asparagus racemosus root powder in a vegan capsule, best taken with food every day.
Due to the long history of traditional use to protect women’s reproductive health, we introduced shatavari as a female sexual health supplement, DTF. Each DTF capsule contains 150 milligrams of shatava root extract, along with Libifem® fenugreek extract the seed to achieve healthy sexual function and desire and extract saffron to protect a healthy mood. As with any supplement, the benefits of DTF components are cumulative, which means it works over time. We recommend one capsule, twice a day; for best results, use consistently for at least two months. *
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