Fertility Booster, Women's Superfood
mainly of a wild plant native to India: Shatavari, also called asparagus with
clusters, has many health virtues which make it interesting to integrate into
daily life to support the body of women.
Used for a
long time in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, as a tonic
regenerator of the female reproductive system. It has several effects at this
alleviating premenstrual syndrome and providing support for difficult menstruation.
increasing fertility. Indian Fertility Booster is useful for a woman wishing to
conceive as it acts as a uterine tonic and helps prevent miscarriages.
By being an
aphrodisiac and stimulating the libido.
at menopause to soothe hot flashes (refreshing effect).
promoting lactation in women who have just given birth through its galactagogue
effect (by increasing the amount of prolactin, the hormone that triggers
Booster also contains phytoestrogens, which have a protective role at the
hormonal level in the prevention of hormone-dependent cancers such as breast
cancer. Indeed, phytoestrogens, by binding to the oestrogen receptors of our
cells, prevent these receptors from binding to xenoestrogens, harmful endocrine
disruptors present in our environment (bisphenol A from plastic, phthalates,
formaldehyde, etc.) that destabilize the body's hormonal messages.
Booster is also beneficial for men because it increases their fertility: in
fact, it promotes the production of sperm.