Antioxidants help prevent free-radical cell damage. They also battle oxidative stress, which causes disease. Shatavari is high in saponins. Saponins are compounds with antioxidant abilities. Two known antioxidants — asparagamine A and racemosol are found in Shatavari root powder
Racemofuran, which is found in shatavari, also has significant anti-inflammatory capabilities. Shatavari is used traditionally as an immunity booster.
Most kidney stones are made of oxalates. Oxalates are compounds found in some foods, such as spinach, beets, and french fries. Shatavari root extract helps preventing the formation of oxalate stones.
Shatavari may be one of nature’s best kept anti-aging secrets. the saponins in shatavari root helped reduce the free-radical skin damage that leads to wrinkles. Shatavari also helped prevent collagen breakdown. Collagen helps maintain our skin’s elasticity.
A healthy female reproductive system, Supports balanced female hormones, Promotes healthy energy levels and strength
Its bitter and sweet taste has a cooling effect on the system, and its unctuous (oily), building nature makes it a great support for anyone looking for a nourishing, grounding effect. Heilen Biopharm prefers the powder form of herbs because tasting the herb starts the digestive process and sends signals to the body to initiate the body’s own supportive mechanisms. Shatavari powder (about ¼ to ½ teaspoon for starters) is traditionally taken mixed in a glass of warm milk, with honey, or sugar (sucanat) if desired. It can also be mixed with ghee, or actually cooked into an herbalized ghee, to reap its building and nourishing benefits. Dose of 16-32 mg/kg of bodyweight - 1,100-2,200 mg for a 150lb person.