Herbs And Corps Shatavari Powder
Shatavari powder comes from the roots of the Asparagus racemosus plant. This is related to the asparagus you see in your local grocery store, called Asparagus officinalis, but it's not the same plant. Asparagus racemosus is native to India. Shatavari is an adaptogenic herb
Benefits of Useage Shatavari Powder
- Antioxidant. The shatavari root produces antioxidants including asparagamine A, racemofuran, and aerosol.
- Ulcer treatment.
- Supports lactation.
- Hormone balancing.
- Reduce symptoms of menopause.
How To Use
- The traditional way to use shatavari powder is to mix it with room temperature water. The taste of shatavari powder is both sweet and slightly bitter. If you don't enjoy the flavor, mix your powder with milk or juice. You can also blend it into a smoothie.
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