Mamsa Shodhana is a synergy of herbs that purifies rakta dhātu by clearing excess pitta doṣa accumulated during sustained physical activity. It can be drunk hot in winter or iced in summer. During the hot season, you can prepare a large quantity at a time as a decoction (3 sachets for a litre of water), then let it cool and bottle it. It can be kept for several days in the fridge. Sanskrit:
Māṃsa = muscle
Shodhana = detox
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Based on the principles of Ayurvedic herbalism or “Dravya Guṇa”, Mamsa Shodhana is a synergy of plants that purifies Rakta Dhatu (blood) by evacuating the excess Pitta resulting for intense exercise.
This infusion facilitates recovery after exercise.
It is also detoxifying by its action on the liver.
It can be enjoyed hot in winter or cold in summer. For hot seasons, you can prepare a large quantity at a time. You may then let it cool down and put it in a bottle in the refrigerator.
Properties of the ingredients:
Increases nutrient absorption
Strengthens the nervous system
Rehydrates the skin
Stimulates the immune system
Venous system tonic
Against joint and muscular pains
Nervous and brain tonic
Relieves muscle and rheumatic pain
Venous and lymphatic decongestant
*: From organic farming
Nut grass* – India
Vetiver* – India
Ceylon cinnamon* – Madagascar / Sri Lanka
Coriander* – France
Yarrow* – France
Lady’s Mantle* – France
Milk thistle* – France
Fenugreek* – India / France
Licorice* – India / Spain / Italy / Egypt
Clove* – India / Madagascar / Sri Lanka / Tanzania
Black pepper* – Sri Lanka / India / Madagascar
Cypress* – France / Spain
*: From organic farming
– Rasa (taste): sweet, bitter and spicy.
– Guṇa (quality): dry, light.
– Vīrya (energy): cold.
– Vipāka (result): pungent.
Use one tea bag of Mamsa Shodhana for 200 ml of boiling water.
Steep 8 to 10 minutes.
Drink one to four cups a day.
May be drank with rice milk.