Shatavari has a range of photochemical constituents some of which are Steroidal saponins, known as shatvarins. Shatvarin I is the major glycoside with 3-glucose and rhamnose moieties attached to sarsapogenin. Polycyclic alkaloid-Aspargamine A, a cage type pyrrolizidine alkaloid. Isoflavones-8-methoxy-5, 6, 4-trihydroxy isoflavone-7-0-beta-D-glucopyranoside. Cyclic hydrocarbon-racemosol, dihydrophenantherene. Furan compound-Racemofuran. Carbohydrates-Polysacharides, mucilage. Sterols-Roots also contain sitosterol, 4, 6-dihydryxy-2-O (-2-hydroxy isobutyl) benzaldehyde and undecanyl cetanoate.
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