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Andrographis Paniculata
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Boswellia
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Centella Asiatica
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Flax
Ginger
Glebionis Segetum
Gymnema Sylvestre
Harmala Alkaloid
Hedychium
Heterophyllus
Hibiscus Abelmoschus
India Gooseberry
Juglans Regia
Liquorice
Morinda
Moring Oleifera
Mucuna Pruriens
Mulberry
Nelumbo Nucifera
Papaver
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Pterocarpus Marsupium
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Asparagus racemosus

Asparagus racemosus is a creeper of the plant genus Asparagus. It contains adventitious root system with tuberous roots. For each plant, many tuberous roots are present. These tuberous roots after proper processing and drying are used as medicine in Ayurveda, with the name of Shatavari. Leaves of it are reduced to cladodes. Branches contain spines on them.

In Ayurveda, it is used as Anodyne, Aphrodisiac and Galactogogue.

Shatavari is considered to be the main Ayurvedic rejuvenating femal tonic for overall health and vitality. The reputed adaptogenic effects of Shatavari may be attributed to its concentrations of saponins, known as Shatavarins. In Sanskrit, Shatavari means "she who possesses a hundred husbands."

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