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IndianJadiBooti Majith Root - Manjistha Root - Manjith - Majeeth - Madder - Rubia cordifolia

What is Majith Root(Rubia cordifolia):
Rubia cordifolia is a climbing plant that grows in the forests of Pakistan, India, China, Korea, Japan and Mongolia. The roots have been used to dye silk and wool red since ancient times of time on account of the pigment alizarin. The stems are slender and quadrangular. The leaves are simple, opposite and stipulate. The stipule is interpetiolar. The petiole is 1.5–3 cm long. The blade is lanceolate, 1.5–5 cm × 0.5–2.5 cm, cordate at base, obtuse acuminate at apex and displays three to five longitudinal nerves.

The inflorescence is a terminal or axillary cyme of tiny flowers which are yellowish green in coloration at maturity stage; they feature a salver-shaped corolla with five lobes which are triangular in shape as well as being pointed at apex end portion thereof; these lobes display a prominent yellowish-white central portion lining entire length thereof on each lobe; additionally these lobes also possess an elongated appendage extending downwardly from apex end portion.

Rubia cordifolia, also known as red dye plant, is an important ingredient in recipes of red inks that may also contain other red dye-plants such as the roots of Impatiens tinctoria and the bark of Osyris quadripartita. The juice of crushed fruits is bottled and used as green to bluish ink.

Different classes of compounds were isolated from Rubia cordifolia L. (Rubiaceae) such as anthraquinones, naphthoquinones, bicyclic hexapeptides, terpenes and carbohydrates. Anti-proliferative and antioxidant activities are reported for R. cordifolia L., used in Chinese medicine as a tonic herb.

Other Names: Arook Ahmer, Fuvvaj, Manjistha, Manjith, Qian cao gen, Indian Madder, Garance de l’Inde, Ostasiatischer Krapp, Manjitha, Manjith, Majith, Manjustha , Rubia cordifolia Linn, Majith, Rabunas, Manjistha, Manjit, Manjishtha, Yojnavalli, Rakta, Majeeth, Manjhista

The roots of Rubia cordifolia are a popular ingredient for skin care products, but did you know that they can also help heal wounds? From minor cuts to severe burns and even skin cancer, rubia cordifolia can help your skin do its thing.

Rubia cordifolia is a plant native to Mexico and Central America. It's used both internally and externally for medicinal purposes, including helping with eczema, dermatitis, or skin ulcers. The roots of this plant are often used as medicine because they have antibacterial properties. In addition to its antimicrobial properties, rubia cordifolia has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects—which means that it can help reduce swelling after injury or surgery.


In ancient times, rubia cordifolia was used as a blood purifier because it improves circulation and reduces the risk of clotting during surgeries. Today, people still turn to this herb in cases of extreme bleeding because it helps prevent infection while simultaneously reducing pain and inflammation.

Manjistha Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Yes, Manjistha features a good role in acne. it's good antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-androgen properties.
Yes, Manjistha is sweet for the guts it'd act as a calcium channel blocker to manage irregular heart rhythm .
Yes, Manjistha is sweet for the liver. it's potent antioxidant and anti inflammatory activities.
Yes, Manjistha has analgesic or pain relieving property thanks to the presence of certain constituents.
Yes, Manjistha helps to spice up the system this is often thanks to the antioxidant property of Manjistha that helps to scale back oxidative stress and prevents cell damage.

Yes, Manjistha features a role in wound healing. It promotes wound closure. It helps within the formation of latest skin cells.
Yes, Manjistha is beneficial for the skin. Glycosides present in Manjistha improves complexion and lighten dark spots.

The powder of Manjistha roots are used as hair coloring agent and also are utilized in medicinal oil. It also acts as a tonic for hair roots

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