Arabic Name : Arook Ahmer, Fuvvaj
Bengali Name : Manjistha, Manjith
Chinese Name : Qian cao gen
English Name : Indian Madder
French Name : Garance de l’Inde
German Name : Ostasiatischer Krapp
Gujarati Name : Manjitha
Hindi Name : Manjith, Majith
Kannada Name : Manjustha
Latin name : Rubia cordifolia Linn.
Marathi Name : Majith
Persian Name : Rabunas
Punjabi Name : Manjistha, Manjit
Sanskrit Name : Manjishtha, Yojnavalli, Rakta
Urdu Name : Majeeth
Description : Manjistha also pronounced Manjishtha is a pure herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as a blood purifier. It helps to remove toxins from the blood and bolster the body’s immune system. It is especially useful when detoxification of the liver and other organs is undertaken as it removes the toxins that are released and helps reduce toxic reactions.
Due to its blood cleansing properties, Manjistha is useful in various skin conditions and also aids normal menstruation.
Manjistha is also considered useful in maintaining normal blood pressure and smooth blood flow.
Benefits of Manjishtha :
- Manjistha helps in blood purification and cleansing of the lymphatic system
- Manjistha helps improve skin health. It helps to heal damaged skin tissue and clears dark spots.
- Manjistha can also be used as a face pack in combination with other herbs like turmeric, sandalwood powder and orange peel
- Manjistha helps maintaining normal blood pressure and blood circulation
- Manjistha helps in normal menstruation
- Manjistha supports health of the urinary tract
- Manjistha helps in detoxification and removes toxins releases in the blood when the liver, pancreas or other organs undergo detoxification
- Manjistha helps to maintain healthy gums
Recommended Dosage : 3 to 5 g powder of dried root.
Contraindication : This herb is not recommended during pregnancy.