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Shatavari

The Rejuvenating Root

  • Helps with hormonal breakouts*
  • Helps with common symptoms of PMS*
  • Adaptogenic herb
  • Sustainably grown in India
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Non-GMO
Non-GMO
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free
Vegan
Vegan
The basics
Limited Research
Limited Research
Traditionally Used
Traditionally Used
Shatavari is considered an essential herb for women in Indian Ayurvedic practice and has been used traditionally for centuries to help balance hormones and support fertility. More recently, several studies have shown it can support healthy menstruation and help with common symptoms of PMS and menopause.*
The basics
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Did you know?

Shatavari is a species of asparagus and, in India, there's a 125-acre park set up just to preserve the powerful herb.

Research and benefits

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Helps with hormonal acne

Research has shown that phytoestrogens, also found in foods like beans and peas, can help support hormonal balance by communicating with estrogen receptors. Balanced hormone levels may help reduce hormonal acne, which usually appears on the chin, jawline, chest, and back.*

Number of studies

3

Years of studies

2003-2019

Double-blind placebo

No

Research has shown that phytoestrogens, also found in foods like beans and peas, can help support hormonal balance by communicating with estrogen receptors. Balanced hormone levels may help reduce hormonal acne, which usually appears on the chin, jawline, chest, and back.*

Helps relieve vaginal dryness

Shatavari contains phytoestrogens, which are plant substances that mimic estrogen in the body. Research has shown phytoestrogens may modulate estrogen production and help relieve vaginal dryness, a common occurrence in menopause and perimenopause.*

Number of studies

2

Years of studies

2004-2019

Double-blind placebo

No

Shatavari contains phytoestrogens, which are plant substances that mimic estrogen in the body. Research has shown phytoestrogens may modulate estrogen production and help relieve vaginal dryness, a common occurrence in menopause and perimenopause.*

Helps with common symptoms of PMS

Emerging research suggests that shatavari may act as a uterine relaxant and help reduce uterine contractions during menstruation, along with other common symptoms of PMS like breast tenderness, cramping, and heavy bleeding.*

Number of studies

2

Years of studies

2004-2019

Double-blind placebo

No

Emerging research suggests that shatavari may act as a uterine relaxant and help reduce uterine contractions during menstruation, along with other common symptoms of PMS like breast tenderness, cramping, and heavy bleeding.*

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Smarter formulas

From the root

Shatavari is a flowering plant in the asparagus family native to Sri Lanka, India, and the Himalayas. Our extract comes from the root of fully matured plants in order to ensure the highest concentration of nutrients possible.

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Better
ingredients

Our shatavari is sustainably sourced from farms in the Madhya Pradesh region of India, where our partners closely monitor the environmental impact of their cultivation on the land to ensure its protection.

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