Majith - मजीठ - Indian Madder - Rubia cordifolia

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Majith - मजीठ - Indian Madder - Rubia cordifolia.


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Introduction: 

Majitha (Manjitha) is found in the mountainous regions of India.  The leaves of the vegetable seeds are bushy, whose roots are spread far and wide in the ground. Its branches are hard on many feet long, soft, rough and root. As the root of the twigs breaks the internal color, red becomes red like the root. Its vines often rise up on other trees. The leaves of mud are all around, with 2 small and 2 large leaves. Its flowers are small in small clusters. Its fruits are gram-shaped. Majitha root is long.

          According to the scientific opinion, after analyzing the chemical composition of the vegetable, it is known that the juice of resin, sugars, gums, lime, and pigment substances are found in the root of the vegetables. The dyes mainly meet gerontinsin, purpurin, mangjishthan, alarrin and zanthine.

Name In Different Languages:

English Name     : Indian Madder

Hindi Name        : Manjith, Majith

Latin name         : Rubia cordifolia Linn.

Urdu Name         : Majeeth

Arabic Name       : Arook Ahmer, Fuvvaj

Bengali Name      : Manjistha, Manjith

Chinese Name     : Qian cao gen

French Name       : Garance de l’Inde

German Name     : Ostasiatischer Krapp

Gujarati Name     : Manjitha

Kannada Name    : Manjustha

Marathi Name      : Majith

Persian Name      : Rabunas

Punjabi Name      : Manjistha, Manjit

Sanskrit Name     : Manjishtha, Yojnavalli, Rakta

Properties: 

Majid is heavy, bitter, poison, phlegm and inflammatory. It can be related to jaundice , gonorrhea , blood glaucoma, eye and ear diseases , leprosy (leprosy) , bloody diarrhea (blood vessels) , urination obstruction , vata disease , white stains ,menstrual faults , face Dangers, skin diseases , stones , and burns are very effective in burns.

Useful in various diseases :

1. Skin Disease : Make the paste of honey mixed in honey and make paste like sandalwood, it is easy to apply this paste to 2 to 3 times regularly on all types of skin disorders.

2. Pregnancy:

  • Boil in water by taking quantity of 10-10 grams of majith, mahalhethi, kuth, triphala, khanda, kharti, maida, Mahameda dudhi, kakoli, root of aromatica, parsley, turmeric, darwaldhi, red sandalwood. After this, make a cow of cow (which does not die of calf), add about 2 kg of milk, 8 kg of milk, and asparagus juice 8 kg, then take 20 to 40 grams and take it with cow's milk. The infertile woman also receives son.
  • Majitha, Mulhati, Kooth, Harad, Bahera, Amla, Khand, Kharate, Satavar, Asegandha, Root of the fragrance, Turmeric, Darchali, Priyangu flowers, Kutki, Kamal, Kumudani, Grapur, Kakoli, Kshir Kakoli, Prepare the mixture by adding 10 grams of volume. After this, add 640 grams of cow's ghee, and 2.5 liters of milk to heat it. When only the remaining ghee is left over, take it off and filter it. It consumes 20 to 40 ml of daily intake of infertility and women are able to conceive.

3. Stomach wounds : Take 3 grams of gram of 1 gram powder of dough in the form of dose for 3 times daily, it provides relief in gastric ulcer pain.

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