Ayurveda & woman health
Shatavari is an Ayurvedic herb, one of the most commonly used in India for women to balance the reproductive tissues and hormones. Used for the mood swings and irritability of PMS, menopausal hot flashes, fertility, supports normal production of breast milk for nursing mothers and to enhance libido. It is an herb of such potency that it is translated as “she who possesses 100 husbands”. Research has focused on its immune stimulating properties, as well as its anti-inflammatory properties.
I personally like to make a warm milk at night to help deepen my sleep and reduce hot flashes.
Here is the tasty recipe:
While the milk is warming, measure your powders and drop them into a mug. Once the milk has warmed, add a small amount to the powders to make them into a paste. Slowly add the rest of the milk, stirring as you go so that the herbs become well blended into the milk. Add the honey or agave as needed.
Here is a recipe for Shatavari Drink that could replace a hot cocoa or chai latte as a beverage;
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.
Neelam Toprani is an Ayurvedic researcher and the formulator of Sewanti herbal remedies and Padmashri massage oils. Neelam has been studying various healing modalities and eastern spiritualties from many masters. One of the objectives her Company is to take the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda and translate it into practical solutions to improve the quality of life. All the information on our products and their components is for general information only and was made with the best of our knowldege. It does not claim in any way of suggesting a diagnosis or a treatment.