Capsules - Shatavari
The ancient Ayurvedic system devoted a whole branch of medicine to the study of sex, sexual organs, their optimum performance and regeneration. This special branch of medicine is called Vajikarana in Sanskrit - the language of Ayurveda.
Today we can roughly translate the word Vajikarana as aphrodisiac. However the Indian definition is somewhat different from the Western use of the word. In the West aphrodisiac means "to arouse sexual desire." In Ayurveda the same word means "that which strengthens the body by reinvigorating the sexual organs."
"There is no better aphrodisiac than a beautiful woman and Shatavari is the Empress among sacred Herbs for women." - Vajikarana.
In Sanskrit, the word Shatavari literally means 'she who possesses 100 husbands' as it increases the capacity for love making.
Ayurveda has a wonderful perspective on male and female fertility. Procreation is seen as the ultimate creative act and the most strong driving force in our human destiny. Shatavari is traditionally used by women for overall health and vitality and as an aphrodisiac.
Dose is 1-4 grams per day / 2-4 capsules per day
The Science of Shatavari
Recent research supports the traditional classification of Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) as well as a dietary supplement or practice promoting rejuvenation, mental and physical health, as well as providing a defense against premature aging and challenging environmental factors.
Shatavari has the general ability to promote normal physical functions and counteract the adverse effects of stress.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.