Shatavari Gulam is a very famous Ayurvedic medicine, in herbal jam/paste form. It is widely used in the treatment of gynecological conditions, diseases of the urinary tract and liver complications. This medicine is also known as Shatavari Guda, Shatavari gud, Shatavari gudam, Satavari gulam. Gulam refers to jaggery and always prepared in jaggery base.
Shatavari Gulam Uses:
It is a common prescription Ayurvedic medicine for almost all the gynecological complaints.
It is used as Ayurvedic medicine for PCOS, Ayurvedic medicine for menstrual pain, irregular menstrual cycles, heavy menstrual bleeding.
Shatavari Gulam is very effective in the treatment dysuria, urinary tract infections, bleeding disorders, liver complications, jaundice, gonorrhea, raktapitta, giddiness and burning sensation in the stomach.
It is given to restore the energy of injured and emaciated people.
- Jaggery – 3.072 kg
- Juice extract of Shatavari – Asparagus racemosus – 3.072 liters
- Ghee – 768 g
- Sugar – 192 g.
- Shatavari juice extract is heated along with jaggery, sugar and ghee is added to it. Heating is continued till it gains semisolid form.
- Then it is added with 12 grams of each of Cardamom, Mushali (Chlorophytum borivilianum), Gokshura (Tribulus), Black and white varieties of Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus), Tamalaki (Euphorbia nerifolia), Vidari (Pueraria tuberosa), Long pepper, Shilajeet, Vamshalochana (Bambusa bambos) – 192 g
Shatavari Gulam Dosage: 3 – 6 grams once or two times a day, before or after food as directed by the physician.