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Feeling Foxy on Shatavari

Ok blog readers and subscribers, this is an Elissa Goodman insider secret. You are all about to recieve information that is yet to hit the mainstream, but will shortly. It’s about Shatavari, a bitter-sweet herb used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine.

The effects of Shatavari are powerful and far reaching. Shatavari is used to rejuvenate a sense of well-being, clear the intestines, and preserve the health and quality of body tissue. It’s a diuretic, a laxative, and an antacid. It’s even used as an anti-tumor agent! However, Shatavari is most famously used for something a little more suggestive, and fun!

Shatavari is a powerful aphrodisiac. The name Shatavari translates to “she who posseses 100 husbands”, which should give you an idea of how sitmulating this herb is said to be. As an aphrodisiac, it’s used to increase feminine libido, and balance cervical pH and dryness. Taking Shatavari on a regular basis will help you feel relaxed, frisky, and in the mood! And while a fantastic passion promoter, Shatavari also supports the female reproductive system as a whole. It’s useful in relieving menopausal symptoms, restoring fertility, protecting from threatened miscarraige, relieving PMS pain and loss of blood during menstruation, and balancing the hormones of women who have had hysterectomies. It both nourishes and cleanses the blood and the female reproductive organs, protecting your most important and fragile area.

In the energetic realm, Shatavari, has a positive and healing power. It is said to be a sattvic herb, which means it will make you calm, steady, peaceful, and alert. It enhances the feelings of spiritual love, and increases life-force and vigor.

All mysterioso aside, taking an herbalist’s recommended dose of Shatavari is proven to mend problems with the female system and boost our hormone levels. Meow! It’s a perfect Mother’s Day gift for yourself, or someone else. Doesn’t every mother deserve to feel foxy?!