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Asparagus racemosa


Supports reproductive health and tonic for  pregnant and nursing women.

A tuberous climber with straight or hooked spines. The tubers are white, radish shaped, and found in clusters. The tubers are bitter in taste, and have central wiry pith. The entire plant has a feathery appearance. The stem is woody, dark green. The branches are modified into leafy structure called cladodes. The flowers are fragrant, small, and white and arranged in cluster. The fruits are fleshy, red berries, which looks like small cherries. The berries have three to six seeds.

Health benefits

supports normal production of breast milk for nursing mothers .

relieves menopausal symptoms

Ayurvedic properties

Vatapitta shamak, pacifier, sweet, bitter. Rejuvenator, aphrodisiac, galactogogue.

Traditional uses

Shatavari has been used for improving women’s reproductive health with milk. Shatavari also increases libido

It is used with sugar, ghee and milk during pregnancy as a fetal tonic.


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