Manjistha'sname in Sanskrit translates to “bright red”, alluding to its strong affinity to the blood. However, the plant may be grown as a rainfed crop in North-East India where the rainfall is high and evenly distributed throughout the year.
What is the source of Manjistha? Manjistha is a Vegan, Plant Based Product.
Benefits of Manjistha
Exhibits therapeutic properties
Many use Manjistha as blood purifier
It may be used as Lymph Mover
Manjistha may promote a healthy skin
Manjistha has antioxidants properties
It's abundant in flavonoids and bioactive components
May help strengthening hair and making it shiny.
What are the synonyms of Manjistha?Rubia cordifolia, Indian Madder, Manjishtha, Samanga, Vikasa, Yojanavalli, Jingi, Lohitalata, Bhandiri, Raktanga, Vastrabhushana, Kalameshi, Lata, Manjeeth, Manjitti, Tamravalli, Raktamanjishte, Manjetti, Phuvva, Runas
How to consume Manjistha
Take 1 to 2 tablespoonful (15 to 30 ml.) with equal quantity of water after meals. Add Honey, maple syrup or agave nectar for better taste.
Manjistha can also be mixed with fruit juice, shakes or smoothies for a more pleasant experience.
Make a Manjistha Face and Skin mask
Mix Manjistha Powder, honey and rose water until forming a paste.
Apply to the skin 2-3 times per week.
Leave at least 1 hours
Rinse with abundant water
Another method is to Make Manjistha Oil
Add 1/2 - 1 tbsp of Manjistha Powder in a bowl
Add coconut Oil and mix well until forming a paste
Apply this mix in affected areas
Leave it at least 2 hours.
Ingredients: Manjistha Powder - 100%
No External Coloring Agents
No Additives - 100% Pure and Natural.
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