December 09, 2015

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Shatavari Drink

‪Shatavari‬ is an adaptogenic ‪herb‬ with sweet, bitter, cooling and nourishing properties and well known in ‪Ayurvedic‬ medicine for its effects on female reproductive system.


The word Shatavari literally means “She who possess 100 husbands” referring to the herb’s rejuvenative effect on ‪‎female‬ reproductive organs.


It is one of the main herb used in Ayurveda for infertility, decreased libido, ‪‎menopause‬, ‪‎PMS‬ and ‪hot‬ flashes. It helps to balance fluids in the dry and balances female hormones Shatavari is also useful for hyperacidity, stomach ulcers, respiratory tract infections.


Shatavari is a rich source of ‪Phyto‬-‪‎estrogens‬. It supports normal production of breast milk for nursing mothers and relieves menopausal symptoms such a hot flashes. However for its medical use, one should refer to their health care practitioner for possible adverse or allergic reactions.
Here is a recipe for Shatavari Drink that could replace a hot cocoa or chai latte as a beverage.


One cup Purified water
One cup ‪‎Organic‬ whole milk or ‪almond‬ milk or goat milk (no Soy milk)
One tea spoon Organic Shatavari Powder
¼ tsp ‪‎Cardamom‬ Powder
½ tsp ‪‎Cinnamon‬ Powder


Boil water with Sharavari powder, cardamom powder and cinnamon powder. One could also add ‪Chai‬ Masala ( Indian chai spice mix) instead of individual spices. Let the powders steep for 5 minutes. Add milk and let it steep again till the liquid comes to a soft boil.
Add ‪‎raw‬ sugar or honey if needed.