These roots have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries and are considered to have supportive properties for the reproductive system. Shatavari root can be incorporated into herbal formulations, infused as tea, and used to create a liquid extract.
It is helpful in promoting conception and for sexual debility in both sexes. Shatavari is highly regarded as an herb for women's health and it is the most important herb in Ayurvedic medicine to support fecundity. The name Shatavari is from an Indian word meaning "a woman who has a hundred husbands".
It is beneficial for promoting lactation. It is helpful in improving adrenal reserves in women of who are stressed while trying to conceive or heading into the menopausal years.
Combine with Ashwaganda help promoting lactation.
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