As early as the 16th century, a standard work on Ayurveda, Shatavari Asparagus racemosus is among the Oshadhis listed in heel form. In this the author Bhava Mishra distinguishes the little Shatavar, whom he as Shatavari signified by the great Shatavar, whom he as Mahashatavari performs. Maha means 'big' in both Sanskrit and Hindi. The effect of both is distinguished. A distinction that is rarely found today.One can guess the importance of Shatavari in Ayurveda. Shata means 'hundred', 'var' is mostly translated as bridegroom. Shatavari would therefore be freely translated,
Which has 100 husbands
mean. This free translation is believed to allude to the main effect of Shatavari. But in Sanskrit the word 'Vara' not only stands for bridegroom, but also for 'blessing'. If you include the appreciation that Shatavari is met, the translation fits 'hundredfold blessing' far better for this plant. According to the Ayurvedic tradition, no individual substances of the Shatavari plant are isolated, as this could also lead to undesirable side effects from the Ayurveda point of view and would prevent the preservation of the natural balance.
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Recommended dosage: take one capsule three times a day.