Manjishtha

Brand(s):

  • Manjishtha

Manufacturer:

  • Himalaya / Himalaya Herbals

Disease(s):

  • Uneven Pigmentation / Eczema / Urogenital Disorders / Dysentery / Piles / Ulcers / Inflammation / Erysipelas / Rheumatism
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Manjishtha

Manjishtha

Manjishtha is a plant-based medicine that has been used in traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. The root and leaves of the manjishtha plant are used to make a tincture or infusion, which is said to be helpful for treating a range of health issues, from skin problems to liver disease. Recent studies have shown that manjishtha may be beneficial for treating acne, psoriasis, and other skin conditions. It has also been found to help improve liver function and protect against oxidative damage. Additionally, manjishtha is thought to have anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce inflammation in the body. If you're interested in trying manjishtha as an herbal remedy, it's available online or at health food stores. However, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen. more
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Manjishtha

Brand(s):

  • Manjishtha

Manufacturer:

  • Himalaya / Himalaya Herbals

Disease(s):

  • Uneven Pigmentation / Eczema / Urogenital Disorders / Dysentery / Piles / Ulcers / Inflammation / Erysipelas / Rheumatism

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What is this herbal medicine?

MANJISHTHA (Indian Madder/Rubia cordifolia) is helpful in skin conditions like uneven pigmentation and eczema. The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India recommends the use of the dried stem of Manjishtha in blood, skin and urogenital disorders, dysentery, piles, ulcers, inflammation, erysipelas, skin diseases and rheumatism. The roots, leaves and seeds of the herb are beneficial for amenorrhea, liver diseases and gall bladder and spleen ailments. The climbing rugose vine with reddish roots is found in the Himalayas and in hill stations across India.

Active constituents

The most important chemical constituents found in the garlic bulb are the sulphur compounds, predominantly alliin. When the garlic bulb is crushed, minced, or otherwise processed, alliin is released and interacts with the enzyme alliinase. Hydrolysis and immediate condensation of the reactive intermediate allylsulfenic acid forms allicin. One milligram of alliin is considered to be equivalent to 0.45 mg of allicin. Allicin itself is an unstable product and will undergo additional reactions to form other derivatives depending on environmental and processing conditions. These compounds work together to lower blood pressure, tone up cardiac muscles and combat dyspepsia.

Herb functions:

  • Gastrointestinal: Manjishtha is beneficial in gastrointestinal ailments like loss of appetite, dyspepsia and worm infestations.
  • Skin disorders: The herb is an effective blood detoxifier that helps in the management of skin disorders such as skin hyperpigmentation, eczema, acne, scabies and skin allergies. Studies have shown that Manjishtha extract reduces hyperproliferation of epidermal skin cells and modulates the aberrant keratinocyte-differentiating activity commonly seen in psoriasis.
  • Anti-inflammatory: Manjishtha extract reduces inflammation and has analgesic properties which help in treating joint inflammation.
  • Urinary tract infections: Recurrent urinary tract infections can be healed by the diuretic and antibacterial properties of Manjishtha.

Indications:

  • Skin disorders
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Rheumatism
  • Melasma
  • Age spots
  • Pimples
  • Itchin
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Contraindications:

None

Recommended dose:

One capsule, twice a day or as directed by your physician

Composition

Each capsule contains 250mg extract of Manjishtha

Note: The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat your problem without consulting your doctor.