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  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)
  • Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)

Manjistha Powder for Skincare (50 gm)

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Key Benefits:

  • Treat skin disease symptoms such as eczema (Rough skin, blisters, inflammation, itching, and bleeding)
  • Beneficial to the cardiovascular system
  • Anti-platelet, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Boosts metabolism by lowering Ama levels (toxic remains in the body due to improper digestion)
  • It has the Raktashodhak (blood purifier) characteristic

Manjistha Powder for Skin

Manjistha Powder is a useful Ayurvedic medicine used in skin care treatments. It is an effective anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial agent used to treat many skin conditions. The powder is made from the dried roots of the Rubia cordifolia plant, also known as Indian Madder. Manjistha, also known as Catechu, is used as a dye, ink, medicine, and cosmetics. It has been used since ancient times in India and Southeast Asia to remedy various skin problems such as acne, scabies, eczema and psoriasis.

Manjistha is one of the most commonly used herbs in Ayurveda. It belongs to the family Solanaceae and is also known as Manjishtha or Mandukaparni. It has many health benefits, including being a potent antioxidant. The herb has been used as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic and diuretic.

Manjishtha is a plant that belongs to the family Rubiaceae. It is native to India and Sri Lanka. Manjishtha has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. According to Ayurveda, Tannishtha is an excellent herb for treating skin problems, especially acne and pimples. It also helps in improving skin complexion and reducing pigmentation caused due to sun exposure or ageing. The leaves of Manjishtha are used to prepare an oil-based solution for treating skin issues like eczema, psoriasis, acne, pimples etc. The flowers are also used to prepare a face wash solution for treating acne, pimples and other facial skin problems.

Manjistha powder can also be used for skin care purposes. Manjistha powder contains tannin, which helps prevent skin cell damage by scavenging free radicals. It also contains flavonoids that improve blood circulation in the skin and reduce inflammation and irritation.

To use manjistha powder for skin care, mix a teaspoon of manjistha powder in half a cup of yoghurt and apply it on your face like a pack. Leave it on for 10 minutes before washing off with lukewarm water. You can use this pack once every week for healthy glowing skin.

Benefits of Manjishtha Powder

Manjistha herb can be used to promote skin whitening both internally and topically. Because of its antioxidant properties, using Manjistha powder with honey or rose water (at least 2-3 times a week) helps treat acne and pimples by blocking the growth of acne-causing bacteria. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, topical use of Manjistha oil and coconut oil lowers inflammation and skin rashes linked with acne. It also aids in the maintenance of lustrous and healthy hair. Because of its astringent properties, rinsing your eyes with Manjistha decoction may help manage excessive watery discharge.

Manjistha is an excellent remedy for diarrhoea. In Ayurveda, diarrhoea is referred to as Artisan. It is caused by poor nutrition, contaminated water, pollutants, mental tension, and Agnimandya (weak digestive fire). All of these variables contribute to the aggravation of Vata. Vata draws fluid into the gut from various bodily tissues and mixes it with the excrement. This causes loose, watery bowel movements or diarrhoea. Manjistha aids in the management of diarrhoea. Because of its Deepan (appetiser) and Pachan (digestive) qualities, it improves digestive fire. This thickens the stool and lowers the frequency of bowel movements. Because of its Kashaya (astringent) character, Manjistha also helps to stop bleeding.

When applied to the afflicted region, manjistha or its oil helps treat skin disease symptoms such as eczema. Rough skin, blisters, inflammation, itching, and bleeding are some of the symptoms of eczema. Applying Manjistha or its oil to the affected area helps decrease inflammation and stop bleeding. This is because it has a Ropan (healing) characteristic.

Manjistha is beneficial to the cardiovascular system. It may work as a calcium channel blocker to help with an irregular heartbeat. It possesses anti-platelet, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. It may help to avoid lipid peroxidation, which can harm blood vessels. Platelet aggregation is also reduced. Manjistha has a diuretic and vasodilator effect. As a result, it may be useful in treating high blood pressure.

Manjistha is excellent for the heart since it helps keep cholesterol levels in check. It boosts metabolism by lowering Ama levels (toxic remains in the body due to improper digestion). This is because it is Ushna (hot). It also removes poisons from the bloodstream. This is because it has the Raktashodhak (blood purifier) characteristic.

Conclusion

Manjistha has significant hepatoprotective, anti-splenomegaly, anti-hepatomegaly, cholagogue, anti-pyretic, splenic-protective, detoxifying, febrifuge, digestive, anti-inflammatory, broncho-dilatory, pain-relieving, anti-microbial qualities due to these phytochemical components.

Finally, these characteristics aid in treating and curing jaundice, liver infections, skin disorders such as pimples, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea, fever, allergy, asthma, blood infections, and rheumatoid arthritis, among others.

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