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This Ayurvedic herb from the asparagus family means “hundred lovers” in Sanskrit. The premier herb for women in Ayurveda, shatavari is similar to dong quai in its action and effects, but is not a “connoisseur herb” like dong quai, so it’s not as expensive.
Herbosophy's Nepalese Shatavari is from pure Asparagus racemosus root and contains no fillers, preservatives or additives and is freshly encapsulated for you at order or packaged as loose powder: the choice is yours.
550mg per capsule
2 Capsules per serving
100% Dried Asparagus racemosus Root
No other ingredients of any kind
Freshly encapsulated when you order
Capsules: 2 Capsules
Loose Powder: 1/2 - 1 tsp
Capsules: Take one to two servings before meals
Loose Powder: Take one to two servings before meals
Generally, if you are pregnant, nursing, have any health condition or are taking any medications, it is recommended that you consult your health care professional before using herbs, including culinary herbs.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2013
It does not work for me because it brings on the flashes, but should be very effective for PMS
Posted by Unknown on 4th Feb 2013
Herbosophy herbs are always fresh, always arrive quickly and there is never any fuss. Their Shatavari is the only one i have tried, but as I trust their product I trust that this is the best available. Moreover the results have been good, so give it a try.
Three grams of the
powder can be taken in one cup of warm milk
sweetened with raw sugar.
All prices are in USD.