Composition: Each 100g of the powder contains
|Sl no||Sanskrit Name||Botanical name||Part used||Form of ingredient||Quantity in g||Reference|
|1||Shatavari||Asperagus racemosus||Root||Powder||100||API Vol 4 Pg No 122-123|
References: API: Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India
Method of Preparation: The QC approved Shatavari roots are cleaned well and dried until they become crispy enough. Then it is pulverized and sieved into fine powder and packed in suitable containers.
Important Therapeutic Uses: Amlapitta, Arsha, Atisara, Gulma, Kshaya, Raktatisara, Raktapitta, Raktavikara, Vatarakta, Visarpa, Shotha, Parinama Shula, Mutrarakta, Vatajvara, Svarabheda, Naktandhya, Sutika Roga, Stanya Dosha, Stanya Kshaya, Shukrala, Balya, Hrdya, Medhya, Pittahara, Rasayana, Vrshya, Shukraja, Kaphavataghna, Vataharaa, Stanyakara, Netrya, Agnipushtikara or as directed by the physician.
Dosage/ Method of use: 3-6 g of the drug in powder form or as directed by the physician.
Contra indications: Nil
Packing: 50g, 100g, 200g, 300g, 400g, 500g, 600g, 800g, 1 kg, 2kg, 3kg, 4kg, 5kg, 10kg, 15kg, 20kg,
25kg in suitable packing
Declaration: Here with we are declaring that the above said formulation contains the ingredients which we were enlisted in the table above, and it does not contain any other components and further we declare that we are liable to the License issuing authority if found so.