What is Manjistha?
The herb is enriched with vitamins, minerals and bioactive components, which offer anti-microbial, anti-ulcer, pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory properties.
- Rubia cordifolia |
Manjishta is one of the most important herbal ingredients for reffered in ayurveda. It is known as common madder or Indian madder,in English.
The plant is native to North Africa, Siberia, Greece, Manchuria, China, Japan, India, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sikkim, Tibet and Nepal.
- Removes natural toxins and excess heat from the blood.
- Supports healthy skin and a clear complexion
- Excellent for reducing pitta and kapha.
- Maintains clear channels in the body, supporting the healthy flow of blood.
- It can be used both internally & externally.
Health Benefits of Manjistha
Manjistha or Indian Madder is considered to be one of the best blood-purifying herbs. It is mainly used to break down blockages in the blood flow and remove stagnant blood. Manjistha herb can be used both internally and externally on skin for promoting skin whitening.
Rejuvenate Body's Detoxification System
According to Ayurveda, Manjistha is a rejuvenative herb that possesses potent detoxifying properties. It helps to purify the blood and is also used for its medicinal and anti-bacterial properties.
Treats Liver Diseases
Manjishta Supports the functioning of the liver through the section of bile and helps liver enzymes by bringing them to normal levels. It cleanses and detoxifies the liver and promotes the proper functioning of the liver.
Manjistha Benefits for Skin and Hair
Manjistha Root is beneficial against skin sicknesses and acne. It helps in reducing my black spots caused by pimples and also makes skin smoother. Manjistha powder can also boost hair growth by nourishing hair and also be used as colouring agent.