Form: Raw Herb - Roots

Maintaining a robust digestive system has a domino effect on the rest of your body because it makes it easier for your body to process food and absorb nutrients. As a result, it supports a healthy, happy liver and promotes fat digestion in your body. Chitrak Roots can also assist with it. After all, according to Ayurveda, digestion is where wellness starts. You will spread equilibrium throughout your entire body if you assist your digestion and take care of your Agni.

Plumbago Indica Root is a plant of significant medicinal value. Numerous studies have been conducted to evaluate the pharmacological potential of the plant's various parts, including the roots, stem, flower, and leaves, as antibacterial, hepatoprotective, cancer- and fertility-preventive, ulcer- and wound-healing, antiulcer, and antifungal agents. The goal of the current review is to provide a comprehensive description of the ethnobotanical usage, phytochemistry of the golden plant, data about its possible pharmaceutical uses, and future research directions.

1. Helps in Diabetes Management

The use of chita root can help with diabetes management. As a result of its anti-diabetic and antioxidant qualities, it raises insulin secretion and reduces blood glucose levels as a result. Additionally, Chitrak lowers blood lipid and cholesterol levels, aiding in weight loss.

2. Helps with Weight Loss and Lowers Lipid and Cholesterol Levels

Chitrakmool helps with weight loss and lowers lipid and cholesterol levels in the blood. These kind of roots are also excellent for lowering anxiety and regulating brain activity. Additionally, Chitrakmool's digestive and appealing qualities, according to Ayurveda, help to improve the digestive system.

3. Prevents Atherosclerosis

Aside from this, Chitrakmool is helpful in preventing atherosclerosis since it keeps blood flowing through the body and prevents fatty 
substances from building up in the arteries. Due to its antibacterial qualities, it is also effective in treating a variety of skin 
conditions such dermatitis, acne, and ulcers.

Other Names: 

Sheetraagh, Shitraak Hindee, Ghashwa Chita, Chittu, Ceylon Leadwort, White Leadwort, Dentelair de Ceylon, Bleiwurz, Ceylon-Bleiwurz, Chitro, Chitra, Pitro, Chitra, Chita Jadd, Chiti, Chira, Chitta, Chitramula, Vahni, Bilichitramoola,, Chitra, Shatrajna, Plumbago zeylanica Linn, Chitrak, Chitramul,  Sheetrah, Shatraj, Chitra, Chitrak, Chitraka, Dahana, Agni, Vahni, Hutabhuk,  Cheetalakdi, Sheetraj Hindi, Chita Jad