Blood Purification and increasing haemoglobin using Manjishta

Low haemoglobin levels are due to malfunctioning of liver which doesn’t clean up the toxicants in blood every day.
These toxicants can be due to varied reasons such as our bad food habits, pollution, smoking, alcohol, drugs and weak immune system.
Manjista - indian madderIn Ayurveda, Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia) is the prescribed herb for purifying blood and improving skin’s health.

The root of Manjishtha has astringent, anti-bacterial and diuretic properties.
It helps in curing Skin disorders, Recurrent Urinary Tract infections and Rheumatism.
It purifies the blood by removing toxins from blood, dissolving obstructions in blood flow and removing stagnant blood.

It is alterative, anti-tumor, astringent, deobstruent, diuretic, emmenagogue, hemostatic, lithotriptic in action and acts effective as an immune regulator. Manjishtha is at the same time bitter, astringent and sweet in taste and heavy, dry and hot in effect thus it is a pacifier of both kapha and pitta.Manjista roots
Manjishtha is used in treatment of number of diseases like raised uric acid and gouty arthritis, glandular swellings, recurrent skin infections and other diseases of the skin like pigmentation anomalies and leucoderma, gynecological problems, like white discharge and irregular menstruation.

It is used in many herbal formulations also. It can be used both internally as medicine or externally as face pack. This herb is specially advisable in skin ailments such as pimples, acne, freckles and discoloration but it can also used for gaining luster or glow of the skin.
It is also known as Indian Madder.Manjista - rubia cordfolia
Intake of 2 teaspoons of manjishta powder for atleast 100 days is advised for better visible results.
Take one glass of warm water and mix 1-2 teaspoonful of honey and one teaspoonful of lemon juice. Take this preparation daily before evacuation.

It helps to purify the blood. It also helps to reduce fat and to clean the bowels.
After cleaning bowels you can try manjista.