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Asparagus And Its Excellent Health Benefits


Very few people have heard the name of asparagus/Shatavari/Satamuli, so very few people use asparagus. Well, do you know what asparagus is, how it is used, where it is found, and what are the benefits of asparagus?

One thing you should know about Asparagus is it is called the 'Queen of Herbs'.

Asparagus is a beneficial herb in Ayurveda. You can use asparagus for the prevention or treatment of several diseases. If you do not know about the benefits of asparagus, here you go!

What Is Asparagus Racemosus?

It is a plant used which is quite famous in traditional Indian medicine and in Ayurveda. The root of Asparagus Racemosus is used to make medicine. Also, do not confuse it with the vegetable called asparagus.

Asparagus is a herb in the form of the satamuli plant. Its vine is stretched and shrunken. Each vine has at least 100 roots. These roots are about 30–100 cm long and 1-2 cm thick. Both the ends of the roots are pointed.

These roots have brown and thin peels. With the extraction of this peel from white roots, milk is produced inside. In between these roots is hard fiber, which can be removed only in wet and dry conditions.

Asparagus Racemosus Wild

Asparagus is a drug belonging to the family which has been known for centuries. It is considered the queen of herbs. Not only is asparagus a powerful medicine. The medicinal applicability of the drug varies from galactagogue, aphrodisiac, diuretic, antibacterial, stylish, and antimycotic, tonic.

Subsequently, while the asparagus is a well-known and commonly used medicine, there has been no extensive report of detailed research on microscopic characters and powder microscopy covering all aspects. In the light of authentic pharmacopoeial documents, the cell components of the sample were examined and the presence of calcium oxalate crystals pitted vessels, tracheids, etc. was also discovered by powder microscopy, proving the genius of the source drug asparagus.

The systematic use of adulterants is also a further issue. In certain areas, instead of asparagus, Sweta Musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum L.) is used inadvertently. Therefore, a deeper understanding of the actual medicine in terms of its subtle and powder character is essential to prevent adulteration and, at the same time, is important for identifying the plant's source.

Asparagus Racemosus Plant

Asparagus is a plant. To make medicine, newly-made roots, sprouts (spears), and "underground stems" (rhizomes) are used. As a food source, roots are also used very often.

Asparagus is also used for infections of the bladder (urinary tract), obesity, joint pain, and many other disorders.

In food, asparagus spears are consumed as a vegetable. In certain individuals, it can create a pungent odor in the urine. Moreover, in alcoholic drinks, asparagus seeds and root extracts are consistently being used.

Now, after reading this, you must have come to know how many problems can be solved with the use of asparagus. However, if you have any problem after taking it, consult a doctor immediately.

Benefits And Uses Of Asparagus Racemosus (Shatavari asparagus racemosus) 

Asparagus has been used in different ways for many years. To get the benefits of asparagus, you need to know about the Ayurvedic properties of asparagus, methods of use, its application, and methods, which we are going to explain below:

Use Of Asparagus In Insomnia

Many people have trouble sleeping. For such people, taking 2-4 grams of asparagus powder in milk is beneficial. Eating asparagus along with ghee ends the problem of sleeplessness. Henceforth, this is to say that asparagus powder is beneficial for insomnia.

Uses Of Asparagus Is Beneficial For Pregnant Women

The benefits of asparagus are quite important for pregnant women. Pregnant women should take equal amounts of asparagus, dry ginger, Rajnigandha, mulethi, and Bhringraj and prepare a fine powder. Drinking 1-2 grams of this mixture with goat milk keeps the fetus healthy and fine.

Benefits Of Satamuli For Increasing Breast Milk

Many women complain about the lack of milk in the breasts after postpartum. Women should take 10 grams of asparagus root powder with milk to deal with such a situation. This increases milk in the breasts. Women get the benefits of asparagus even after delivery as it is good for their health.

Important Tip: Drink 1-2 grams of asparagus root paste with milk. This will increase milk capacity in the breasts.

Shatavari Benefits To Treat Body Weakness

Suppose a person is experiencing a lack of strength or physical weakness in the body. They should cook satamuli in ghee and take it. This removes the weakness of the body.

Shatavari Benefits For Increasing Sexual Power

Asparagus Racemosus is used to boost your sex life by promoting the sperm count and lowers problems related to sex in men. In some research, it is found that the herb has helped men to cure impotency in them.

The herb has properties of soothing and calming effects. If you are suffering from anxiety and depression then the adaptogenic herb can relieve the problems. It also increases libido in men.

Important tip: Besides this, eating a kheer made of asparagus powder with milk also increases sexual stamina.

Important tip: In semen deficiency, you should consume 5-10 grams of asparagus daily with ghee. This increases semen count in men.

Shatavari Benefits In Nightfall 

Make the powder of fresh asparagus root to cure the nightfall problem. Grind 250 grams of sugar and 250 grams of sugar candy. Take 6-11 grams of this powder with 250 ml of milk twice a day. This mitigates the problem of nightfall and keeps the body healthy. 

Important tip: You can get the complete benefit of asparagus racemosus powder only by preparing and consuming it in right way.

Use Of Shatavari In Dry Cough Treatment

If you are troubled by dry cough, boil 10 grams of asparagus, 10 grams of peeled leaves, and 10 grams of sugar candy (Mishri) with 150 ml of water. You can cure dry cough just by drinking it three times a day.

Important tip: When the phlegm is cooked, add asparagus, a decoction of Nagbala, and the powder into ghee. Consuming it is beneficial in phlegm disorder.

Shatavari Uses In Respiratory Disease

To prepare a mixture to cure problems related to the respiratory system, you will need to take asparagus paste one part, ghee one part, and milk four parts. Cook them in ghee. Drink it in a quantity of 5-10 grams. It provides relief from respiratory diseases, blood-related diseases, chest irritation, gout and biliary disorders, and unconsciousness.

Benefits Of Shatavari In Indigestion

If you are dealing with indigestion problems for a long time, it is beneficial to use asparagus to treat this problem. Mix 5 ml asparagus root juice with honey and milk. Drinking this brings relief in indigestion-like problems.

Shatavari Uses In Pitta Disorder

You can also take asparagus benefits in stomach pain due to Pitta dosha. Mixing 10-12 grams of honey in 10 ml asparagus juice and drinking it every morning will be beneficial for you.

Use Of Asparagus In Eye Problem

Take 5 grams of Shatavari root with 100-200 ml of milk and put it on flame. Drinking it is very beneficial for eye diseases.

Important tip: Take old ghee, Triphala, asparagus, parwal, moong, amla, and barley daily. It has benefits of Shatavari in eye diseases.

Uses Of Shatavari In Urinary Disease Treatment

Asparagus also works in urinary problems. Many people are troubled by frequent urination. In such a case, consuming a decoction of the root of 10-30 ml asparagus mixed with honey and sugar is beneficial.

Important tip: In the problem of urination, mix asparagus equal to 20 grams Gokharu Panchang. Boil it in half a liter of water- sieve and mix 10 grams of sugar and 2 spoons of honey in it. 

Drinking it provides relief in the burning sensation of urine and the problem of frequent urination.

Uses Of Shatavari In Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea is a sex related disease which is caused by bacteria. The patient suffering from this disease should drink 20 ml asparagus juice mixed with 80 ml of milk. It will be beneficial in gonorrhea.

Shatavari Used In Fighting With Fever

Take 10 ml juice of Asparagus and Giloy in equal parts and add a little amount of jaggery in it. Consuming this provides relief in fever. 

Important tip: Mixing two spoons of honey in 20-40 ml decoction is beneficial for fever.

Shatavari Uses In Piles Treatment

Using asparagus in piles gives better results. Taking 2-4 grams of asparagus powder with milk is beneficial for piles. 

How Does Asparagus Racemosus Work?

There is no sufficient information about asparagus racemosus to determine how it can work for any medical use. There are some scientific researches conducted in test tubes and on animals suggesting that asparagus racemosus has antioxidant and antibacterial effects and may improve the immune system. Using asparagus racemosus for diabetes can stimulate insulin secretion.

How To Cook Asparagus?

You can cook asparagus in the following ways

  • You can stir fry it
  • Also, you can cook asparagus by boiling it with some salt and water
  • Asparagus can even be cooked by placing it in the oven.

Note - Do not boil asparagus too long; remove it immediately after cooking, so that its nutrients remain intact.

Apart from this, you can also include asparagus in your diet. Here is a recipe for asparagus preparation.

Crunchy Asparagus


  • 8-10 chopped small pieces of asparagus
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 6-7 cloves of garlic
  • 2 green chillies


  • Take a pan.
  • Add some oil and let it warm slightly.
  • Now add asparagus pieces and fry them in oil.
  • Fry it till it turns brown.
  • Now take it out and keep it on a plate.
  • Now separate garlic and chilli paste and keep it in a bowl.
  • Add salt to the garlic and chilli paste as per taste.
  • Now serve the asparagus with this paste.

Ways To Use Asparagus Racemosus

There are several ways by which Asparagus Racemosus of Shatavari can be used. Here are a few ways:

  • You can consume asparagus in fresh juice so that the nutrients in it can be beneficial for you.
  • Also, you can boil asparagus and use it.
  • You have an option to eat asparagus as a green salad.
  • Asparagus can also be roasted and used.
  • Moreover, you can use asparagus powder for evening soups.


  1. Does Asparagus grow back after you cut it?

After the end of the harvest season, the javelin should grow. A spear is just a plant shoot, and the shoot will grow into mature ferns that recharge the crown for the next harvest season.

  1. How long does an asparagus bed last?

 20 years

  1. Which part of asparagus is poisonous?

Like rhubarb, a part of the asparagus plant that we love - young stems - is completely safe to eat. But asparagus hides a misleading, dirty secret: its fruits, which are bright red berries and are toxic to humans.


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Dr. Shailendra Chaubey, BAMS

Ayurveda Practioner

A modern-day Vaidya with 11 years of experience. He is the founder of Dr. Shailendra Healing School that helps patients recover from chronic conditions through the Ayurvedic way of life.

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