With many benefits for women, but also for men Shatavari is a species of asparagus of Indian origin known to promote vitality, reproductive health and fertility.
Maintains health and balance in the woman's hormonal processes, relieves menstrual pain by relieving cramps, PMS and helps to regulate the menstrual flow. If you are thinking about getting pregnant then it is a great decision to take Shatavari, at least in the months before the conception period. Its effects helps build a healthy uterus and eggs to be able to receive the embryo.
It can also be consumed during pregnancy as it nourishes the embryo and assists at risk pregnancies.
But the benefits for women do not end there. For women in menopause it is also advisable to use Shatavari in their diet. Its consumption supports the natural production of estrogen helping to relieve the most common symptoms of menopause.
For man this vegetable powder is also good for maintaining a healthy reproductive system, improving the quality of seminal fluids and helping in cases of infertility. It can also be used in cases of impotence, sexual weakness, inflammation of sexual organs including spermatorrhea. Except cases of impotence as a result of serious physical problems, the vast majority of times it is a mental issue. When we identify with the thoughts that pass through our mind, we generate several internal conflicts and that identification is something that has to be looked at to be understood. Talk to us at Wellbeing Appointment.
How to Use?
Consume 2 to 3 teaspoons (3 to 10g) daily.
Ideally just mix with water and drink.
- People who suffer from respiratory problems and who have lung allergies in contact with herbs cannot take Shatavari.
- People who have allergies to asparagus may have allergic reactions with Shatavari.
- People who suffer from kidney stones, heart problems, endemic. Women with estrogen-induced disorders and fibrocystic sinuses should also not take Shatavari.