Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) - is a twisting perennial up to 7 m high plant known under the term wild asparagus in Ayurveda with white fragrant flowers from which red berry fruits develop. With pronounced rhizomes and leaves that thicken like thorns in the lower area. The root and the fresh juice are used in Ayurvedic nutrition.
Take one level measuring spoon daily (divided into 2 servings) after meals. Pour boiling water over it, let it steep for 1 - 2 minutes and drink warm. The daily intake of 3.00g herbal powder contains 8.10mg polyphenols²
²Polyphenols are bioactive, secondary plant substances which, in the form of colorants, flavorings and tannins, shape the Dosha character of the plants.
Powder from the roots of wild asparagus * Shatavari / Asparagus racemosus.
* from controlled organic cultivation
BIO according to EEC 834/2007 standard, DE-Öko-003 (control body)
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