Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)
  is one of the most extraordinary herbs that is commonly used for protecting and re-conditioning female reproductive systems and organs. Moreover, its unrivaled reputation as a beauty-enhancing herb earns Shatavari the moniker “Queen of Herbs,” and makes it extremely popular among Thai as well as Asian women. 

According to the ancient Ayurveda medicinal documents, Shatavari is often prescribed as the main ingredient to promote female rejuvenation. Alongside with its rejuvenation properties, studies show that Shatavari helps correct problems of female reproductive organs and system, such as irregular menstruation, cyclic menstrual pain, infertility, abnormal vaginal discharge, lack of sexual desire, menopause, and prevent miscarriage.

Recent pharmaceutical research found that Shatavari has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It also helps improve uterine muscles, increase cardiovascular health, strengthen body immunity, relieve pain, mimic estrogen hormone, thwart diabetes, generate cytotoxic activity against cancer cells, lessen the chance of low white blood count, reduce cholesterol, prevent heart diseases such as an enlarged heart from hypertension, deter gastric ulcer, and inhibit hepatotoxicity.