Shatavari Guda

Shatavari Guda
?>Jaggery - 3.072 kg
Juice extract of Shatavari - (Asparagus racemosus) - 3.072 liters
Ghee - 768 g
Sugar - 192 g.
Mushali (Chlorophytum borivilianum)
Gokshura (Tribulus)
Black and white varieties of Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus)
Vidari (Pueraria tuberosa)
Long pepper
Vanshalochana (Bambusa bambos)
Method of Preparation
It is prepared by heating Shatavari juice extract with added jaggery, sugar and ghee to it. Heating is allowed till it attains semisolid form.
Then it is further added with 12 grams of each of Cardamom, Mushali, Gokshura, Black and white varieties of Sariva, , Vidari, Long pepper, Shilajit, Vanshalochana - 192 g.
Consume 5-10 grams 1-2 times a day after having meals or as suggested by Ayurvedic doctor with milk or water.
Dose for children below 5 years - 1-2 grams, 1-2 times a day, along with a teaspoon of honey or warm water / milk.
Dose for children between 5 - 12 years - 5 grams 1-2 times a day along with a teaspoon of honey or warm water / milk.
Therapeutic Uses
Shatavari Guda is a common Ayurvedic medicine that has a use in nearly all the gynecological problems.
It is useful Ayurvedic medicine for PCOS,
Beneficial Ayurvedic medicine to counter the problems of menstrual pain, irregular menstrual cycles, heavy menstrual bleeding.
Also an efficient treatment to control dysuria, urinary tract infections, bleeding disorders, liver complications, jaundice, gonorrhea, raktapitta, giddiness and burning sensation in stomach.
It is helpful to restore energy of injured and thin people.
Contraindications/ Side Effects
It is a safe Ayurvedic medicine and till now no such side effects with this medicine has been reported.

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