Use of Manjishtha as Medicines
Manjishtha is a pure herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as a blood purifier.
Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia) is a medicinal herb which is used in preparation of various Ayurvedic medicines. In Ayurveda, it is described as most important blood purifier. Manjishtha or Indian madder, well known as a red dye, is used in medicine chiefly as a colouring agent. All medicated oils are first prepared for use by being boiled with madder. It is regarded as astringent and useful in external inflammations, ulcers and skin diseases. Madder and liquorice root, rubbed into a paste with Kanjika and is applied over fractures to reduce inflammation and swelling. Madder rubbed with honey, is recommended by several writers to be applied to brown spots on the face.
Manjishthadya Ghrita is prepared with clarified butter and a paste composed of equal parts of madder, red sandal wood and the root of Sanseviera Zeylanica (murva) are applied to ulcers from burns.
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