In the ancient cultural medicine of India known as Ayurveda, herbs used for the support of sexual function were classified as vajikarana. Today, we can roughly translate vajikarana as aphrodisiac. However, the Indian definition is somewhat different from the Western use of the word. In the West, aphrodisiac means "to arouse sexual desire." In Ayurveda, the same word means "that which strengthens the body by reinvigorating the sexual organs."
"There is no better aphrodisiac than a beautiful woman and Shatavari is the Empress among sacred Herbs for women." - Vajikarana.
In Sanskrit, the word shatavari literally means 'she who possesses 100 husbands'. Shatavari is traditionally used by women for overall health and to support healthy reproductive system function.*
Directions: 2 to 4 capsules per day.
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