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  • Manjistha is a climber or creeper of evergreen origin that grows up to 10 m. It has thick, long, cylindrical, bark which is red in color and long, slender. The plant is native to North Africa, Siberia, Greece, Manchuria, China, Japan, India, Bhutan, etc.


How Manjistha is known in your area?


  • In the Indian subcontinent, the herb is known as Majith, Manjit, Munjistha, Munjeet, Lachkura, Malo, Mamjith in Hindi, Manjistha, Munjeet, Manjith in Bengali, Amutacakaram,  Arunai, Cakkarankam, Cavalkoti, Manjiti,  Shevvelli, Tamiramulam, Tamiravalli, Tampuramalli, Yocanavalli, Manjittie vayr in Tamil, Chiranji,  Mandastic, Manderti, Manjishta, Tamravalli, in Telugu.
  • Take 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of Manjistha powder. Take it with honey or water after taking lunch and dinner. Take 1 teaspoon of Manjistha powder. Mix honey or rose water and make a paste. Apply it to the affected area. Wait for 1-2 hours. Wash thoroughly with tap water. Use this remedy 2-3 times a week.
  • Manjistha is the most useful herb to manage all types of skin disorders. This can cause skin problems like redness. Manjistha helps to purify the blood of all skin types.
  • It is effective in normalizing the aggravated levels of Sama Pitta doshas and Kapha doshas in the body. That being said, an overdosage of Manjistha can change the color of the urine and stool into orange or brown.

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