Freeze Dried Shatavari Root Powder

Freeze Dried Shatavari Root Powder

100 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Product Type Herbal Product
  • Ingredients Herbs
  • Form Powder
  • Storage Instructions Cool & Dry Place
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Freeze Dried Shatavari Root Powder Price And Quantity

  • 50 Kilograms
  • 100 INR/Kilograms

Freeze Dried Shatavari Root Powder Product Specifications

  • Cool & Dry Place
  • Herbs
  • Herbal Product
  • Powder

Freeze Dried Shatavari Root Powder Trade Information

  • 100000 Kilograms Per Month
  • 7 Days
  • All India South India Central India West India North India East India Gujarat Karnataka Kerala Lakshadweep Mizoram Meghalaya Manipur Andhra Pradesh Bihar Chandigarh Daman and Diu Goa Jharkhand Odisha Punjab Assam Delhi Dadra and Nagar Haveli Andaman and Nicobar Islands Arunachal Pradesh Chhattisgarh Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Nagaland Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Telangana Tripura Pondicherry Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Product Description


Shatavari Root Powder is also known by its vegetative name as Asparagus Racemosus

We are providing a wide range of Shatavari Root Powder, which is derived from a climbing plant. It has distinctive names in the diverse Indian dialects, for example, Shatuli, Vrishya and different terms. An individual from an indistinguishable family from the usual asparagus, our product has a few nutritive characteristics. It is known to be exceptionally powerful in improving female fertility as well as is the best known female rejuvenative. Our Shatavari Root Powder is ambivalent in taste. It is most imperative herb in Ayurveda. The roots are utilized as a part of Ayurvedic medicine.

Our shatavari root powder is made from Asparagus racemosus, which is a rising plant. It has distinctive nomenclatures in the diverse Indian dialects, for example, Vrishya, Shatuli and different terms. This is a member of an indistinguishable family from the basic asparagus as well as has a many nutritive qualities. Our array of shatavari root powder is famed to be extremely viable in improving female productivity as well as considered as best female rejuvenative. It is sour sweet in taste. Further, it is most essential in Ayurveda as it is utilized for making Ayurvedic medications. The medical advantages of our powder, incorporate productivity, comfort from early menstrual disorder, hangover, rheumatism, diabetes, cataract, depression, convulsions, neuro degenerative diseases and tuberculosis. Our shatavari root powder additionally decreases urinary tract viruses as well as blood cholesterol. It enhances digestive health as well as is advantageous amid pregnancy, helps in bringing down body levels of homocysteine, and controls cardiovascular health. The mineral riches that are kept in asparagus incorporate iron, phosphorous, manganese, selenium, calcium, magnesium, zinc and potassium.


Our offering is highly beneficial in acidity, diarrhea, tumors, vitiated conditions of pitta and vata, hyperdipsia, nephropathy, scalding of urine, tuberculosis, bronchitis, gonorrhoea, leprosy, fatigue, colic haemorrhoids, hypertension, agalactia, nervous disorders, dyspepsia, dysentery, inflammations, burning sensation, ophthalopathy, strangury, throat infection, cough, gleet, leucorrhoea, epilepsy, hyper-acidity, cardiac debility, abortion and various other normal debility.


  • Viable In Curing Huntington's And Alzheimer's Illness
  • Averts Low Birth Weight As Well As Birth Deformities Amid Pregnancy
  • Helps In Treating Epilepsy And Urinary Tract Contagions
  • Great Solution For Treating Hangovers, Stress And Anxiety
  • Controls Levels Of Blood Sugar And Homocysteine
  • Averts Rheumatoid Arthritis, Blood Clotting And Cataracts


  • Alternative Names:
  • English : Wild Asparagus
  • Hindi : Shatavar, Shatamuli.
  • Sanskrit: Shatavari, Abhiru.


It is very good galactogogue drug. Tincture of asparagus racemosus is used in Homeopathy.

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