Manjistha is one of Ayurveda's most popular blood purifiers that has been used for lymphatic support. lymphatic system, which drains the wastes from our body and controls and regulates our immune system. Manjishtha or Rubia cordifolia helps in maintaining healthy skin. In Ayurvedic medicine, it is also used as an immune regulator. Its antioxidant properties are also being investigated.
MRP :   129 INR
urinary tract infections
In gastrointestinal ailments.
This herb works very well both internally and externally to promote skin glow and lustre.
It regulates blood pressure, blood vessel constriction, and helps prohibit blood clot formation.
Manjistha is used to treat raised uric acid, arthritis associated with gout, glandular swellings
It works in conjunction with other products in treating uterine and urinary infections, diarrhea, dysentery, and chronic fevers.
Manjistha can be used to treat irregular menstruation.
The root of Manjishtha has astringent, antibacterial and diuretic properties.
It is a potent blood purifier and anti-diarrhoeal. Manjistha is an herb that supports the natural function of the lymphatic system allowing nutrition to feed the cells and wastes to be removed from the body in an optimal fashion. Manjistha is used as an immune regulator. Scientific studies have shown that it regulates blood pressure, blood vessel constriction, and helps prohibit blood clot formation. It is used for reoccurring skin infections and other skin diseases such as pigmentation anomalies and leucoderma. It also helps remove pimples, freckles, other discolorations, and promotes the healing of skin tissues damaged by injury or infection.
One capsule, twice a day, after meals.
* Children may find it difficult to swallow capsules. Hence, it is recommended only at 14 years and above.