Cosmetic companies come up with new elements in their products by the day, why is it that we believe in them and let Ayurveda take a backseat? The age old science is a gold-plated arsenal of natural herbs and ingredients that have been in its repertoire for centuries. Recently, I came across a herb that caught my fancy instantly. I have come across the Blog from Onlinemediconsulting.com from which I was introduced to a certain ingredient that sparked my curiosity – manjistha.
What is Manjistha?
Alternatively known as rubia cordifolia or Indian madder, manjistha has long been in use for the commercial purposes of its bright red hue. Its stems and roots are used to dye cloths and other articles red. Manjistha is a power player in the army of Ayurvedic concoctions. It is the unsung hero that isn’t lauded enough for the bevy of health benefits it promises. Manjistha is predominantly linked to blood purification and facilitating smooth functioning of the lymphatic system. It is excellent for skin brightening and treating skin disorders.
“Manjistha is available in various forms in the market. You can consume its tablets or use the decoction or even its oil. It aids in blood purification, skin allergies and facilitates speedy healing of wounds. Manjistha oil has actively been used in specialty oils like the Mahanarayan oil and Pinda Thailam which are used externally for alleviating muscle pain, ARTHRITIS and swelling.
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