- Packaging: 120 capsules
- 100% natural
- Vegan & Cruelty-free
- Ayurvedic formula
Shatavari is rich in phytoestrogens and steroidal saponins and it is therefore applied in many different conditions. It is one of the best known plants in Ayurveda and it is used in many Ayurvedic preparations and formulations.
Shatavari balances Vata and Pitta doshas, it builds up Ojas and nourishes all Dhatus.
How to use it?
2 to 4 capsules 2 times per day.
The daily dose (up to 8 capsules) contains: up to 3.2 g of shatavari extract.
Note: Keep out of reach of children. Recommended daily intake should not be exceeded. Food supplements do not replace a healthy diet.
Caution: People taking medication should consult a doctor before taking it. Not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Store in a cool, dry place.
1 capsule: Shatavari - wild asparagus root extract (Asparagus racemosus), 500 mg
Does not contain colors & preservatives.
Country of origin: India
Kalya offers a selection of high-quality Ayurvedic products and products related to yoga and health in general. In Sanskrit, Kalya means health, strength and stamina, which is their core business. Kalya in Sanskrit it means health, strength, endurance, and that is what they do.
Kalya’s mission is to provide consulting services in the area of health and quality of life. That’s why Kalya organizes workshops and seminars with the aim of raising awareness and informing the public about healthy diet, lifestyle, traditional healing methods and self-help. Additionally, the aim of Kalya is to put high-quality herbal products and preparations, food supplements, natural cosmetics, yoga equipment and other related products on the market.
Kalya believes that with expert guidance, quality instructions and a bit of effort, everyone can significantly improve the quality of their life and health.
The head of Kalya is Dubravko Harapin who is a certified practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine (traditional Indian medicine), natural healing and different types of bodywork. He was educated at the leading institutions all around the world (the USA, India, Thailand, England and Sweden). Although his practice is primarily based on Ayurveda, he also uses other modalities related to holistic approach to health.
Dubravko studied Ayurveda under one of the World's leading authorities and authors of Ayurvedic literature, dr. Vasant Lad. And now he successfully combines academic and traditional knowledge. He finished his Ayurvedic studies at the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is one of the leading Ayurvedic institutions outside India.