Generic name : Manjistha/Rubia (500mg)

Highlight : Natural Calcium & Vitamin-D

Type of Product : Capsule
Preparation : 2 x 15s (Alu-PVC blester pac)

DAR no. : AY-91-A-63

The main ingredient of Capsule MAX BONE-D is Manjistha (rubia cordifolia). The roots of Rubia cordifolia are also the source of a medicine used in Ayurveda; this is commonly known in Ayurvedic Sanskrit as Manjistha (or Manjista or Manjishta) and the commercial product in Hindi as Manjith. Rubia cordifolia (Rubiaceae) is also known as, Manjishtha, Indian madder known to contain substantial amounts of anthraquinones, especially in the roots which is responsible for anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, urinary disorders, antistress antimicrobial, hepatoprotective, radio protective, and anticancer, antimicrobial, antifungal, hypotensive, analgesic, antimalarial, antioxidant, antileukemic and mutagenic functions, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity. The plant contains substantial amounts of anthraquinones, triterpenoids especially in the roots, which is responsible for most of its pharmacological activity. In present study the chloroform fraction from methanolic extract of roots of R. cordifolia were evaluated for its biological effect and compared with the parent extract and remaining fraction, where chloroform fraction showed potent protective action for stress induced complications in mice.

Composition :

Each Capsule contains-
  • Each capsule contains Refine powder of Rubia cordifolia 500mg and other excipients as needed.
  • Indications & Usage :

  • Fracture of bone
  • Inflamation and swelling due to fracture of bone
  • Delay development of bone
  • Rickets
  • Ureteral stone
  • Enteric weakness
  • Bleeding
  • Burn
  • Herpes
  • Tumor
  • Puerperal Fever
  • Side effects :

    Despite the myriad of health benefits it has, manjistha is not devoid of side effects. It should be avoided during pregnancy. Consuming it can change the colour of urine, perspiration, tears and breast milk.

    Contraindications :

    Hypersensitivity to Rubia Cordifolia Manjistha is a contraindication. In addition, Rubia Cordifolia Manjistha should not be used if you have the following conditions:

  • Kidney or liver diseases
  • Pregnancy
  • Dosage & administration :

    1-2 Capsules 1-2 times daily or as directed by the registered physician.

    Drug interactions :

    There are no verifiable reports of drug–herb interactions with any Rubia cordifolia product.

    Pregnancy & lactation :

    There's not enough data to completely rule out risk for Rubia cordifolia during pregnancy (For safety reasons, few studies test these products in human pregnancies).

    Rubia cordifolia is generally considered to be safe for nursing mothers. You should be careful to only purchase Rubia cordifolia from a reputable manufacturer and only as a single herb preparation.

    Specification :

  • Generic Name : Manjistha/Rubia.
  • Stength per capsule : 500mg.
  • Source : Bangladesh National Ayurvedic Formulary (BNAF).

  • Type of Medicine : Ayurvedic Medicine as Capsule.
  • Presentation : 2 x 15s capsules in Alu-PVC pac.
  • Precaution : Keep in a cool dry place, away from sunlight and keep away from the reach of children.

  • Others information :

  • D.A.R. No. : AY-91-A-63
  • Manufacturing Licence no. : Ayu-073
  • Manufactured by : Ergon Pharmaceuticals (Ayu)
  • Manufacturing Experience : Since 1984

  • Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia)

    Manjistha is a branched climber that has bristles. The stem is slender and four angled. The flowers are very small, greenish white and arranged in a branched cluster. The fruit is round and fleshy. It grows up to 1.5m in height and has perennial leaves. The roots have brownish red bark and is used to produce red dye. The parts of the herb that are beneficial to us are stems and roots.


    In ayurvedic medicine, Manjistha is a blood purifying herb. It cools and detoxifies the blood, removes stagnant blood and dissolves obstructions in the blood flow. Manjistha also helps protect gums from receding. It is also believed to have astringent and anti-oxidant properties. Scientific studies have shown that it regulates blood pressure, blood vessel constriction and helps protect from blood clot formation. Manjistha can also be used to treat uric acid and arthritis. Combined with other products, it can treat urinary infections, diarrhoea, dysentery and chronic fevers. Manjistha can be used to treat irregular menstruation. This herb can be used both internally and externally to bring lustre to your skin and make it glow. It also helps removes pimples, freckles, other discolorations, and promotes the healing of skin tissues damaged by injury or infection.

    Chemical constituents

    Alcian Blue, Absolute alcohol, Carboxy Methyl Cellulose Sodium Salt Disodium hydrogen phosphate, 5,5 – Dithio Bis(2- nitro Benzoic acid), Tris buffer, EDTA, Magnesium Chloride hexahydrate crystals, Phenolphthalein (Research Lab Fine Chem. Industries, Mumbai ), Bovine serum albumin (Himedia pvt.Ltd,Mumbai ) Folin- Ciocalteu’s Phenol reagent (Loba chemicals, Mumbai ), Solution of Hydrogen Peroxide (Oswal Pharmaceuticals, Pune ), Potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate (Pure chem. laboratories,Pune), Thiobarbituric acid( Spectrochem Pvt. Ltd,Bombay) Tyrosine ( Central drug house P Ltd, Bombay ) Ranitidine ( GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals ltd., Mumbai).

    Nutritional Value of Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia)

  • Manjistha is rich in nutrients. Its principal constituents are purpurin, munjistin, xanthopurpurin and pseudopurpurin.
  • Health Benefits of Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia)

    1) Treats calcium deficiency Calcium is required in order to have strong bones and teeth. A decoction of manjistha is helpful in treating rickets and calcium deficiency.

    2) Blood purifier This is the primary function of manjistha. A purified blood is necessary to have good skin and hair. Manjistha is a great blood purifier. It cleanses the blood and removes all toxins from it. Symptoms of skin diseases are effectively tackled by manjistha . It also boosts immunity levels.

    3) Promotes healing of injury We incur cuts and bruises on our body whereby skin tissues gets damaged. Manjistha promotes the healing of skin tissues damaged by injury or infection.

    4) Relives skin problems Manjistha is a blood purifier and hence it can provide relief from various skin diseases. It relieves itching eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and herpes.

    5) Relieves menstrual pain Some women experience excruciating pain during their menstrual cycle. Manjistha is beneficial during painful menstruation and post natal ailments that affect the uterus.

    6) Removes gall bladder stones Manjistha cleans and regulates the pancreas, spleen, liver and kidneys. All of these organs have a role in digestion and cleansing of the body. By regulating these organs, manjistha indirectly promotes proper digestion and a clean bodily system.

    7) Heals diabetic ulcers People suffering from diabetes sometimes develop ulcers in the leg. This is a debilitating condition and should be treated as soon as they start appearing. Manjistha has the capability to heal diabetic ulcers. It can be consumed in the form of capsules or decoction.

    8) Destroys tumors Cancers are unfortunately becoming common. What is most frustrating about cancer is that there is no known cure for it. Manjistha can destroy both malignant and benign tumors.

    9) Detoxifies the body Manjistha is a very useful herb for people who are in the habit of eating toxic diet or are suffering from toxic emotions or people who are in the process of detoxifying their bodies. It is a wonderful support to the immune system since it eliminates toxins that could become overwhelming to it and increase blockages in the body.

    Side-Effects & Allergies of Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia)

    Despite the myriad of health benefits it has, manjistha is not devoid of side effects. It should be avoided during pregnancy. Consuming it can change the colour of urine, perspiration, tears and breast milk.