1. Manjistha(Rubia Cordifolia)
Manjistha consists of red principle purpurin, yellow principle manjistin, garancin, alizarin and xanthine. It has alterative, diuretic, astringent, antiseptic, pigment stimulatory properties. It is an excellent blood purifier.
Therapeutic Category - Blood purifier.
2. Senna(Cassia Actufolia)
Senna contains sennosides A & B. Sennosides reduces heat in the body thus reduce pitta dosha and provides relief from pimples and boils.
Therapeutic Category – Purgative
3. Haldi(Curcuma Longa)
It contains 5% volatile oil and yellow coloured curcuminoids. The chief component of curcuminoids is curcumin. It also contains turmerone, zingiberine, borneol and caprylic acid. When taken internally, turmeric is a cure for many skin problems, boils and chronic skin eruptions due to its blood purifying properties.
Therapeutic Category - Blood Purifier
4. Neem (Azadirachata Indica)
Constituents of neem leaves are azadirachitin, meliantrol and salanin, nimbidin. The active constituents have antimicrobial, antiseptic and antibacterial properties, which prevent acne, boils and other infectious skin problems.
Therapeutic Category - Antimicrobial, Antiseptic and Antibacterial
5. Guduchi (Tinospora Cordifolia)
It contains clerodone furano diterpenes viz columbin, tinosporaside and alkaloids. Guduchi contains bitter principles, which has rakta-pitta shamak properties.
Therapeutic Category - Blood purifier
Manjistoprot is an ideal combination of blood purifying herbs. Manjistoprot possesses antibacterial, antiseptic & anti-microbial properties so that it relieves infectious disorders of the pimples. Manjistoprot has rakta pitta shamak properties that prevents further development of pimples.
- Raktaj Vyadhi