Shatavari- Effects and Benefits


In Indian Ayurveda there are many precious herbs like Giloy, Mulethi, Ashwagandha, Guggul, Bhringraj etc capable of curing many diseases and improving one’s health. Like them there is a famous herb that is also known for its multi purpose capability and this herb is called Shatavari which is also known as satavar, shatamull, or shatawari. In Sanskrit, it is called the Curer of a hundred diseases.

What is Shatavari ?

Shatavari botanical name “Asparagus racemosus” is a very precious herb in Indian Ayurveda as it helps the body to cope with physical and emotional stress. It is considered a general health tonic to improve vitality, making it a staple in ayurvedic medicine.

Other names of Shatavari

Ayurveda knows this plant by the names of Shatapadi, Dveepika, Satamuli, Satavirya, Vari, Sukshmapatra, Indavari, Peevari, Madabhanjani, Bahusuta, Rushyaprokta, Narayani, Atirasa, Dveepishatru, and Urdhvakantaka.

Frequently asked questions 

What is the benefit of Shatavari ?

Shatavari contains antioxidants that can prevent damage and disease in your body. Antiviral. Shatavari has antiviral properties and could be used to treat or prevent viral infections.

How can I take Shatavari ?

A person can buy the supplement in powder, tablet, or liquid form. The usual dose of shatavari tablets is 500 milligrams and if you want herbs then you can contact us on 7007012255.

Does Shatavari reduce weight ?

Yes, Shatavari reduces weight as it contains flavonoids which helps the body shed excess weight faster and also prevents overeating, hence playing a crucial role in one’s weight loss regimen.

Can Shatavari be taken daily ?

Yes, Shatavari can be taken daily as it is absolutely safe for long term use, even during pregnancy and lactation.

Is Shatavari good for Kidneys ?

 Shatavari can also be used in the management of kidney stones, reducing the risk of stone formation and helping in the treatment.

Benefits of Shatavari

Shatavari Powder

Good for heart :- It contains antioxidants which are beneficial for heart health. The antioxidants are named as racemofuran, asparagamine A, and racemosol. It relaxes the cardiac system, by soothing the mind, which is extremely advantageous for patients suffering from arrhythmias and palpitations.

Female Tonic:  Women are more likely to be exposed to psychological, physical, and physiological stressors during their reproductive years. Shatavari is regarded as a female tonic in Ayurveda. Along with being a rejuvenating herb, it aids in treating female infertility by increasing libido, curing sexual organs. 

Enhances Digestion :- It is an excellent digestive herb as its anti-flatulent property of the root powder of this climber reduces the formation of gas in the alimentary canal, thus preventing flatulence, bloating and abdominal distension. It also reduces indigestion, increases appetite, and promotes better absorption of nutrients in the body. The abundance of fiber in the root powder makes this a potent remedy for constipation and other digestive issues.

Treats wounds and ulcers :- These powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-ulcer herbs roots play a key role in treating different types of ulcers like peptic ulcer, ulcerative colitis, canker sores, or mouth ulcers, etc. The bioactive composites in the plant encourage tissue regeneration and the juice extracted from the leaves is also used for dressing wounds.

Manages Diabetes :- Its  hypoglycemic property plays an important role in alleviating the blood sugar level of the body and it helps in reducing the breakdown of starch into glucose which in turn leads to low blood glucose levels. 

Helps in Respiratory problems :- Its prevailing anti-inflammatory, anti-biotic, and anti-asthmatic properties holds high significance in treating the common cold, cough and flu symptoms. It also thins and loosens rheum deposits within the chest and nasal cavities and eases breathing. It is also beneficial in treating bronchitis and asthmatic conditions. Daily intake of this herb fortifies the lung tissues and augments lung health.


Shatavari, “the Queen Of Herbs” has been mentioned in several ayurvedic scriptures as an ultimate remedy owing to its enormous health benefits. This incredible medicinal herb is classified as an adaptogen and helps in normalizing stress and anxiety.  It also ensures better functioning of the heart, controls diabetes, treats eye problems, aids in digestion and thus improves overall stamina and body immunity.