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Review on Medicinal Value of Asparagus racemosus in Woman’s


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1 GRY, Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan, India
2 IIP, Indore, India
     

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At the present time it is a wide spread belief on the part of the general public that natural substances are inherently superior to synthetic substances and have played a mainstream role in the health care system for the prevention of diseases. Asparagus racemosus, traditionally known as shatavari means "who possesses a hundred husbands or acceptable to many". In Ayurveda it is considered a female tonic. Asparagus racemosus has been successfully used by some medical practitioners as an anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and immunomodulator for many infectious diseases. Asparagus racemosus can also improve the milk production and reproduction capacity of dairy animals. This review summarizes the Nutritional value aspects of Asparagus racemosus.

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Asparagus Racemosus, Immunomodulator, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Microbial.
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Authors

Pankaj Kushwah
GRY, Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan, India
Sujit Pillai Chetan Ghulaxe
GRY, Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan, India
Nilesh Mandloi
GRY, Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan, India
Sajjan Singh
GRY, Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan, India
Rakesh Patel
IIP, Indore, India

Abstract


At the present time it is a wide spread belief on the part of the general public that natural substances are inherently superior to synthetic substances and have played a mainstream role in the health care system for the prevention of diseases. Asparagus racemosus, traditionally known as shatavari means "who possesses a hundred husbands or acceptable to many". In Ayurveda it is considered a female tonic. Asparagus racemosus has been successfully used by some medical practitioners as an anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and immunomodulator for many infectious diseases. Asparagus racemosus can also improve the milk production and reproduction capacity of dairy animals. This review summarizes the Nutritional value aspects of Asparagus racemosus.

Keywords


Asparagus Racemosus, Immunomodulator, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Microbial.

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