Queen Shatavari

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Called “Queen” for short this blend is inspired by and made from a base of the Ayurvedic herb Shatavari, which is known as the “Queen of Herbs”. Well known as both an adaptogen and a women’s reproductive tonic herb, shatavari is blended with other herbs that compliment and back up the queen!

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Called “Queen” for short this blend is inspired by and made from a base of the Ayurvedic herb Shatavari, which is known as the “Queen of Herbs”. Well known as both an adaptogen and a women’s reproductive tonic herb, shatavari is blended with other herbs that compliment and back up the queen!

Additional information

Weight 70 g
Dimensions 7.1 × 7.1 × 10.7 cm
Package Size

Jar, Refill

Ingredients:

Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is an adaptogenic herb that is loved for its ability to rejuvenate, improve immunity, calm and generally help bring a woman’s system into balance. As all adaptogens have their own unique qualities, shatavari specifically acts as a tonic to women.

With a name that translates to mean “she who has hundreds of husbands”, Shatavari has been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost fertility for thousands of years.

Known to help with minor hormonal imbalances, it is often used in cases of vaginal dryness, low libido and hormone-related sleep issues.

Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus) is renowned for its reputation as a being a wonderful woman’s tonic herb. It is known as a uterine tonic herb that’s mineral rich. Women have used it for centuries in preparation for childbirth, and during menstruation and breast feeding. It’s often used as part of an herbal and dietary plan for woman who need to restore healthy iron levels.

Damiana (Turnera diffusa) has a long history of use as an aphrodisiac, anti-depressant, thymoleptic (mood enhancing) and generally restorative herb. It is often used to help strengthen the reproductive and nervous systems of both me and women. Its is thought that its

Ginger root (Zingiber officinalis) is a well-loved, universally used herb in the kitchen and herbal medicine cabinets alike. Most commonly used as a warming, digestive herb, it is popular for its ability to help reduce nausea. It is also well-known as a circulatory stimulant with anti-microbial qualities, and for its powerful anti-inflammatory actions, which are due to its ability to act as a dual inhibitor of AA metabolism. As a circulatory stimulant, ginger helps deliver the benefits of other herbs around the body.

Cinnamon

Suggested Use:

Use 1 tsp. tea per cup of boiling water. Cover and steep for 15 minutes. Drink daily as desired; adults can drink up to 1-2 cups per day.

Precautions:

If you have a medical condition or are taking medications, consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before using this tea.

This blend contains shatavari which should be avoided in women who have a history of estrogen-receptor positive cancer.

Consult with your health care practitioner if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Keep out of reach from children.

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