Mahamanjishtadi Kwath 200 Ml


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Mahamanjisthadi Kwath

Mahamanjisthadi Kwath is a Blood Purifier and Immuno-modulator. It improves the circulation of Blood.

The world today is constantly moving towards finding natural and herbal remedies for various ailments. For centuries now, Ayurveda has used a variety of naturally occurring substances like herbs, leaves, tree barks, roots et cetera to heal different ailments effectively. Ayurvedic supplements and remedies have been gaining prominence in recent times owing to the fact that there are no side effects and it literally has no long-lasting effects on the body, while also treating illnesses holistically.

Everyone knows the importance of blood, and keeping it free of toxins is absolutely vital in ensuring good health. Toxins in the blood make individuals more prone to diseases and hence the purification process is viewed by Ayurveda as one to ensure the body is at its best and functioning optimally. The three major proponents of the human body according to Ayurveda are the Doshas - Vata, Pitta, Kapha. These Doshas can be used as identifiers to quantify the toxins in the blood based on colour. The Ayurvedic indicators based on Doshas are:
Vata: When there is an imbalance of this Dosha, the blood is thin, non-slimy and forms a froth-like substance.
Pitta: An imbalance in the Pitta makes the blood darker, while it is also said that clotting takes time.
Kapha: A Kapha imbalance will make the blood pale, thick, and sticky.

There are plenty of benefits of blood purification considering its importance in the human body. Ayurveda also endorses this process as it believes that it improves immunity and general health vastly. Elimination of toxins is also proven to be a great way to avoid many diseases and reduce the chance of illnesses greatly. Blood that is pure is said to keep the heart healthy and reduce cholesterol levels and also makes the skin glow. We will look at further benefits of blood purification later in this article.           

While there are many syrups for blood purification, Ayurveda has one of the best remedies for blood purification -- Mahamanjisthadi Kwath.

Packed with effective herbs like Triphala, Manjistha, Vacha, Tikta, and Nicha, the Mahamanjisthadi Kwath helps purify the blood like no other syrup and has no side effects either.


  • Blood purifier
  • Immunomodulator
  • Improves circulation of blood

Reference Text: (Sahasrayogam)

The unique Ayurvedic formulation of Mahamanjisthadi Kwath contains key ingredients widely known to be used in the formulation of Ayurvedic blood purifier tonics. It helps the body to detoxify, is a natural blood purifier, improves immunity and circulation. It contains potent ingredients that are known to be the best for blood purification. Mahamanjisthadi Kwath benefits include improving skin and hair health and fighting inflammation. It also helps patients suffering from conditions such as rheumatoid diseases, gouty arthritis, allergic dermatitis, and wounds that are slow to heal. It is an Ayurvedic medicine for gout. It is also an Ayurvedic medicine for syphilis. It is beneficial in treating eye problems, facial palsy, and numbness. It is helpful in normalising Pitta and Kapha Doshas. It contains potent ingredients like Manjishta used widely in blood purifier tonic in Ayurveda.


Mahamanjisthadi Kwath Uses

  • Mahamanjisthadi Kadha uses Manjistha as an ayurvedic blood purifier. 
  • Manjishta calms the Pitta in the body and balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas
  • Is used in traditional medicine to improve the complexion as well as the voice. 
  • It is used in Ayurveda to treat ear pain, eye pain, inflammatory problems, skin problems, blood sugar issues, urinary tract, and gynaecological disorders.


Mahamanjisthadi Kwath Ingredients

Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia) 

Manjistha, known in biological terms as Rubia Cordifolia, is the most important ingredient of the Mahamanjisthadi Kwath. Manjistha, for many years and even currently, was predominantly used as a dye in clothing. The root can be made into a bright red hue to be used in the fabric industry. But Ayurveda has been using this herb to help with a multitude of ailments and illnesses. It has many health benefits like blood purification and helping the lymphatic system condition smoothly. Additionally, when applied externally, Manjistha helps in treating skin disorders and also improves its condition in general.  

Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)

  • This is a herb that is used to balance all three Doshas. It is one of the Triphala herbs. 

  • The meaning of the word Haritaki is that which removes diseases and makes the body shine

  • It is used in Ayurveda as an antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, cardioprotective, immunomodulator, anti-viral, anti-fungal, hypolipidemic, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, anti-diabetes, hypolipidemic and wound healer

  • It is used in traditional medicine to improve complexion, rejuvenative, improver of memory and intelligence, detoxify, promote bowel movement, improve digestion and as a fat scraper

  • It is useful in the Ayurvedic medicine Mahamanjisthadi Kadha to detoxify and support healing 

  • It should be avoided during pregnancy


Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)

  • This is also one of the famous Triphala herbs

  • The name Bibhitaki is derived from the word Bibhitaki which means to be without the fear of disease

  • Bibhitaki is a major ingredient in Ayurvedic medicines for fever, cold, cough, hair growth, worm infestations as well as in Panchkarma treatments

  • It is a laxative that eases motion and also a good Ayurvedic detoxifier that purifies muscles, fat, blood and lymph tissues

  • Bibhitaki balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas

  • It is useful in Ayurvedic medicine as an antibacterial, antidiarrheal, antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and hepatoprotective 


Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)

  • Amalaki is the Indian gooseberry also called Amla

  • It is commonly used as a fruit as well as traditional medicine

  • Amla has the ability to balance all the three Doshas. It can be used in different forms in order to balance different Doshas. 

  • It is also used in combination with other ingredients for different Dosha issues. Depending on the combination, it is used in Ayurveda for both weight loss and weight gain.

  • Amla is rich in Vitamin C and used in traditional medicine as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, astringent,  immunomodulator, anti-ageing and rejuvenative

  • It is good for the health of the hair, eyes, and skin and gives general strength and vigour

  • Amla is a good laxative and relieves constipation


Tikta (Solanum indicum)

  • It is one of the potent Dasha Moola herbs

  • It is an Ayurvedic antioxidant, anti-helminthic, anti-inflammatory, detoxifier, anti-bacterial, anti-hypertensive and analgesic

  • It balances the Kapha and Vata Doshas

  • It is especially useful in the Ayurvedic treatment of respiratory issues,  bad breath, diarrhea, chronic respiratory problems, skin problems, colic, stress, depression, premature ejaculation, digestive and neurological issues


Vacha (Acorus calamus)

  • It is used to balance Kapha and Vata Doshas and relieves Ama

  • Used in Ayurveda as anti-inflammatory, anti-epileptic and digestive

  • It is said to improve intelligence, support digestion, relieve bloating, improve voice, help in psychological disorders, neuralgia


Devadaru (Cedrus deodara)

  • Deodar Tree

  • Used in Ayurveda for treatment of neurological disorders and arthritis


Nisa (Curcuma longa)

  • Turmeric

  • Reduces toxins


Nimba (Azadirachta indica)

  • The Neem tree

  • All the different parts of this tree are used in traditional folk medicine and Ayurveda

  • It is used to treat stomach problems, worms,  wounds, skin problems, diabetes, piles, and eye issues. It is used in Ayurvedic medicine to protect the liver and also helps in detoxification.

  • The leaves have a carminative effect

  • The flowers are used for stomach disorders. The bark and leaves of the Neem tree are used as a blood purifier, to prevent vomiting, nausea, and fever.

  • The neem tree balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas


Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) 

  • This herb is used as an adaptogen in Ayurveda. It helps the body resist stress and illness. It is especially beneficial in the treatment of skin disorders.

  • Guduchi is very important in Ayurveda because it pacifies all the three Doshas. This herb is central to many important Ayurvedic medicine formulations.

  • When there is a Dosha or Dhatu that is at less than optimum levels this herb restores it to optimum levels. When there is an increased level of a Dosha or Dhatu, it brings the level down to normal. So, it is one of the most valuable herbs to restore the Doshas and Dhatus to normal levels. 

  • Guduchi is an excellent detoxifier to remove the Ama from the body. It helps to treat the cause of a disease or problem at the root. 

  • It is used in traditional medicine for its properties of being a hypoglycemic, anti-constipation, antacid, analgesic, antioxidant, antimutagenic, gastrointestinal protective, immunomodulator, rejuvenating, anti-inflammatory, digestive, detoxifier and hematogenic

  • Guduchi is also called Giloy. The stem of the plant is the part of the plant that is used most frequently. The leaves are also used in certain Ayurvedic medicines. 

  • Since it is an immunomodulator it boosts the body’s ability to fight infection


Detoxification by Mahamanjisthadi Kwath:

Awareness of the importance of fitness and good health is improving amongst the general public. People are becoming more aware of the habits and lifestyle choices that they have to change in order to maintain optimum health. While exercise and watching one’s diet are important, health-conscious people are also becoming increasingly aware of the importance of detoxification. Though the body has its own methods of eliminating toxins and waste products, detoxification aims to enhance the body’s own methods of self-purification.

Manjisthadi, the main component of the Mahamanjisthadi Kwath, is made up of a compound called Alizarin that is known to be a highly effective antibacterial agent. While this article has spoken about how the Mahamanjisthadi Kwath helps in blood purification, it also has a bevy of other useful purposes.


The Need For Detoxification

Western medicine does not recommend that a person would need any kind of extra detoxification since the human body functions to eliminate toxins naturally through the liver, kidneys, skin, lungs and digestive system. However, Western medicine also agrees that certain good habits can enhance the body’s toxin elimination efficiency. The recommendations of Western medicine with regard to toxins and maintaining the body’s natural detoxifying abilities are:

  • Drink Enough Water

    Water, as we all know, is a substance without which the human body cannot function right. Water also has many healing properties that are ignored by individuals. While hydrating the body is the major function of water, it also ensures the elimination of toxins. This elimination process happens through urination, sweating et cetera, and water is the all-essential compound for these processes to occur. 

  • Get Enough Sleep

    There are plenty of detoxification and healing or remedial processes that occur in the human body when one is asleep, making it an all-important part of life. For example, the digestive system works best when one is well-rested. Getting a good night’s sleep ensures optimal bowel movements the next morning. This is a process of detoxification. Hence, insufficient sleep can lead to many disorders and poor health.   

    Limit Alcohol Intake

    Most of the alcohol consumed is metabolised by the liver into acetaldehyde that is harmful and cancer-causing. However, the liver converts this into acetate that then gets eliminated from the body. Excessive intake of alcohol causes the buildup of fat in the liver as well as damage by scarring the liver tissues and inflammation, thereby reducing the efficiency and detoxifying abilities of the liver. So, keeping one’s liver at optimum health ensures that the body’s natural detoxifying system works well. Avoiding excessive alcohol intake is one way to avoid straining and damaging the liver.

  • Eat A Good Healthy Diet

    A diet that is high in sugars and processed foods put a strain on the body and cause weight problems as well as diabetes. High sugar intake also causes fatty liver. Eating food that is rich in natural antioxidants protects the body from damage and oxidative stress caused by free radicals.

    The digestive system is a very important part of the toxin elimination system of the body. An imbalance of the good bacteria in the intestines may weaken the immune system and may lead to poor elimination of waste from the body. To maintain optimum gut health, a healthy intake of probiotics is advised to keep the good bacteria functional.

    Excessive intake of salt causes the body to retain more water. This is compounded when there is an insufficient intake of water causing the body to produce less urine thereby not eliminating toxins. So, one must reduce the intake of salt and increase the water intake so that there is enough elimination of urine and toxins with it.

  • Exercise And Be Active

    Regular exercise helps the body to maintain optimum health and body weight. It also helps combat many diseases and health problems by increasing circulation and reducing inflammation.


Ayurveda’s View On Detoxification

Ayurveda considers Ama and Amavisha as the primary toxins in the body. Ama is defined by the Ayurvedic system as the undesirable waste product that is formed when the digestive process is inefficient or when the food that is ingested is unhealthy or hard to digest. The type and quality of a person’s digestion depend on the Dosha type of their body. A person with Pitta Dosha would be able to digest rich foods as well as large quantities of food more easily. However, a person with Kapha Dosha has weak digestion ability and eating unhealthy food may lead to improper digestion and the formation of Ama. For a person with Vata Dosha, the digestion abilities fluctuate and is especially sensitive to seasonal changes. Ayurveda acknowledges that stress also has a negative impact on the digestive ability.

Ama is formed when there is a lack of balanced diet, the seasons as well as the time and frequency of meals. This can be a temporary phase. However, stressing one’s digestion over extended periods of time can cause Dosha imbalance as well as the conversion of the accumulated Ama into the more dangerous Amavisha that is a root cause of several diseases.

Ayurveda recommends that the most important step in keeping the body free of toxins is to maintain good digestion. One must ensure that the Agni or the digestive fire is at its optimum and also maintain an intake of food that is suited to the person’s body type as well as the season. One must maintain a proper schedule and a healthy lifestyle with adequate exercise and sleep. One should reduce stress and practice habits that reduce stress.

Ayurveda also prescribes certain formulations that are made from ingredients that help enhance the body’s waste eliminating systems and balance the Doshas. These ingredients also serve as immunomodulators in facilitating optimum removal of toxins and the prevention of the formation of Ama naturally strengthens the body’s immunity.




1. Does Mahamanjisthadi Kwath have any side effects?

You might experience side effects if you are consuming Mahamanjisthadi Kwath without any guidance. So please consult an Ayurvedic practitioner first to consume the supplement as per the instruction.


2. Can a pregnant woman have Mahamanjisthadi Kwath?

We recommend not to consume Mahamanjisthadi Kwath if you are pregnant.


3. Which fruits help purify the blood?

Fruits can be really great natural remedies to detoxify the blood naturally. You can add apples, pears, plums, cranberries, and blueberries to your diet as they will stimulate the blood purifying process in your body. Also, eating tomatoes can help reduce toxins and wastes from your blood.


4. Is Mahamanjisthadi Kwath a blood purifier?

Blood purifiers like Mahamanjisthadi Kwath can be an effective natural measure to help improve your skin's health. You can help sustain the natural glow of your skin when you consume it regularly. The potent herb called Manjistha used in this supplement encourages cleansing the blood by balancing the Pitta dosha. As a result, the herbal blood purifier helps manage various skin disorders.


5. Do I need to take any extra precautions while I am consuming Mahamanjisthadi Kwath?

Self-medication is not advised. Always seek your Ayurvedic practitioner’s advice to get suitable recommendations based on your health conditions before adding this herbal supplement to your regime. The practitioner will check your current medicinal prescription (if any), as allopathic medicines can react with Ayurvedic herbs. This way, he/she can recommend the right dosage and time for consuming Mahamanjisthadi Kwath.

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