Manjistha is an Ayurvedic herb that is mentioned in the Brihat Trayis, the three major texts on Ayurveda. Charaka categorized it as varnya (one that improves complexion), jvarahara (relieves fever) and vishaghna (removes toxins).
Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia) is one of Ayurveda’s most popular blood-purifying herbs and is used for lymphatic and liver support.
Action On Doshas: Kapha Pitta pacifier
External Action: Anti-inflammatory, wound healing, relieves skin diseases
Internal Actions: It has a calming effect on the brain and nerves. If taken in large doses it may lead to delusion.
Digestive System: manjistha kindles the digestive fire, aids in digestion, is retentive, is deworming
Circulatory System: Blood purifier
Respiratory System: Mitigates Kapha
Reproductive System: It increases uterine contractions and induces menstrual flow, detoxes breast milk
Urinary System: Useful in urinary tract disorders
Skin: Skin diseases
Manjistha is also a febrifuge (antipyretic), complexion enhancer, rejuvenating and anti-toxic.
2 capsules twice a day or as directed by the Physician
If pregnant consult your Physician before taking
1 capsule twice a day or as directed by the Physician.
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight,
Do no use if the seal is missing or broken