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Benefits Of Shatavari

Posted on: 01-06-2015        Article Readers : 134

Shatavari, a medicinal climber plant, is Ayurveda's gift to women. It can be taken in the form of tablets or powder. Legendary Ayurvedic physicians have been known to use this herb to support the female reproductive system since ages. Shatavari can treat a wide range of ailments though its main use lies in women's reproductive health. Shatavari has different names in other Indian languages, however it roughly translates to “that which has a hundred husbands” or “that which cures a hundred ailments” in English. In India, the state of Kerala is known for growing this herb in abundance.

Best known for female rejuvenation, Shatavari's various benefits makes it indispensable for women. The active components present in it act on all body tissues, performing what is known as an anabolic action. It is beneficial for women of all ages, from young girls on their periods to sexually active ladies, lactating mothers to women on their menopause.

Benefits:
  1. It contains phyto-estrogens to help women when their natural estrogen levels get lowered during menopause.
  2. It is a huge help during PMS, for it can help soothe bloating and cramps.
  3. Lubricates the dryness of reproductive tissues as women age.
  4. Also acts as an aphrodisiac and enhances libido.
  5. Treats impotence and hot flashes during menopause.
  6. Aids in normal breast milk production.
  7. Also used in ailments like stomach ulcers and dysentery.
  8. Sometimes, men can benefit from Shatavari too. It claims to be helpful in cases of spermatorrhea.
  9. Reduces water weight during periods.
  10. Increases fertility rates.
  11. Lowers the rate of morning sickness during pregnancy.
  12.  Restores the balance of Pitta Dosha of our system.
Applications:
The juice of Shatavari can be used for stomach ulcers.
A paste made from the fresh leaves of Shatavari can be applied on the affected skin during chicken pox.
Oil from this plant is useful in massages and it strengthens muscles.
It can also be taken in powder form to treat impotence issues.
In Ayurveda, powdered form of the herb is used, and it is traditionally taken with milk.
No adverse effects of this herb has been reported till date. However, you need to test if you are allergic before using this product.

Shatavari, truly, provides a world of assistance to women. It helps nourish and regulate the reproductive system. It is an aphrodisiac and a stimulant. It is also useful for the health of your digestive system. Being an Ayurvedic product, it is completely devoid of side effects.

So, instead of using pharmaceutical drugs which are harmful in the long run, we suggest you use this Ayurvedic miracle next time and see the results for yourself!

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