shatavari

shatavari (sh·täˑ·v·rē),

n Latin name:
Asparagus racemosus; parts used: roots, leaves; uses: in Ayurveda, promotes kapha dosha, pacifies pitta and vata doshas (sweet, bitter, heavy, oily), lactation, infertility, impotence, menopause, chronic fevers, cough; precautions: none known. Also called
abhiru, satavari, sparrow-grass, or
wild asparagus.
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The bar features turmeric to fight inflammation and support milk flow; moringa, a source of potassium, fiber, calcium, iron, vitamins A and C, protein, and antioxidants; coconut oil for "healthy fats" from lauric acid; and organic shatavari, known for its ability to support hormone balance and breast milk production in Ayurveda.
For thyroid support, Yance uses shatavari, rehmannia, chaste tree, royal jelly, ashwagandha, guggul, nettle, and schisandra along with nutritional agents such as N-acetyl tyrosine, vitamin D, iodine in form of bladder wrack, and natural selenium at 200 micrograms.
Vijaysar is effective for controlling blood sugar, while Shatavari is a tonic for women because of its strong actions on the female reproductive system.
Effective ingredients: To improve male libido, some effective herbs are added as ingredients in Bluze capsules like Moti, Kesar, Akakara, Jaiphal, Dalchini, Kharethi, Gokharu, Jaipatri, Tambul, Talmakhana, Tulsi, Salabmisri, Semar, Safed Musli, Shatavari, Kuchala, Shilajit, Ashwagandha, Vidarikand and Kaunch.
Tenders are invited for Providing and fixing matacolour sheet to roof of shatavari
Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Gokshur, Bala, Vidarikand, Bhrigraj, Drakha, Yastimadhu and Brahmi are some of the other very beneficial and effective ingredients in MaxNRG.
Saponins are thought to be the major active constituents of shatavari, with methanolic extract of AR (MAR) being shown to possess the highest amount of saponins.
The plant is considered a highly useful plant in Ayurveda and is known as Shatavari in Ayurvedic treatises and has been described to have ulcer healing effect among other properties (Alok et al.
The effect of Shatavari supplementation on milk production of lactating crossbred cows and buffaloes were reported by Patel and Kanitkar (1969), Berhane and Singh (2002), Somkuwar et al.
1999) reported that a shatavari based herbal formulation did not possess oxytocin like activity which might be useful in uterine hypermotility associated early abortion
Shatavari, a species of asparagus native to India and the Himalayas, and red clover are also naturally high in isoflavones, and fennel can help to reduce some of the symptom patterns associated with declining oestrogen levels.
Various medicinal plants such as tulasi, ritha, shatavari, etc.