The major ingredient in Shatavari Ghrita or Shatavari Ghee is Shatavari. Shatavari or Asparagus racemosus helps mothers to lactate more. It is useful in treating male and female infertility, induces sleep, calms the mind and stomach, and assists with women’s health problems.
The botanical name for Shatavari is Asparagus racemosus. Shatavari mitigates vatta and pitta dosha. Hence it is used in diseases which originate due to vitiation of these two doshas.
Shatavari Ghee (Shatavari Ghrita) Ingredients
The traditional preparation of shatavari ghee includes the following 12 ingredients.
1 Clarified butter (Murchhit Goghrita), processed in aqueous extract (on dry base)
2. Microstylis wallichii (Jeevaka)
3. Microstylis wallichii (Rishabhaka)
4. Litsea gultinosa (Meda)
5. Litsea gultinosa (Mahameda)
6. Roscoea procera( Kakoli)
7. Cilium polyphyllum (Ksheer kakoli)
8. Vitis vinifera (Draksha)
9. Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yashtimadhu)
10 Phaseolus trilobus (Mudgparni)
Shatavari balances Vata and Pitta dosha.
While taking Shathavari Ghrita one should avoid the intake of spicy and sour food. Also, usage of horse gram and asafoetida should be avoided. This preparation can safely be taken for 2-4 months.
Research has found that shatavari root possesses diuretic activity.2 A diuretic is a class of drugs that increases the excretion of urine. It is usually recommended when fluid has accumulated in the body (edema).
Digestive Health With Shatavari
In Ayurveda it is said that all the diseases begin in the gut. Therefore, it is very important to keep the gut clean and healthy. Research has found that shatavari root is useful in cleansing the gut. It improves digestion by increasing the activity of the digestive enzymes lipase and anylase.
Goughritam 100% 100.00%
Custtomer Care No- 02764-292674/75