Ayurvedic Treatment

Blood Cleaner

Blood Cleaner

Our Price : $25 / Bottle

For Indian Customers

1,250.00 /-


  • Skin care & Blood Purification Formula.
  • It helps to remove toxins and impurities present in the blood which are the main cause of all skin issues.
  • Detoxification & support for healthy blood flow beneath your skin.
  • It helps to keep the colon clean and supports healthy liver and kidney functions.
  • It helps to rejuvenate many body functions which are related to skin health


90 Capsules, 750 mg each


1 Capsule one time a day (one after breakfast and another after dinner) with warm milk or plain water regularly for 3 to 4 months to get satisfactory result.

Product Ingredients:

  • Manjistha (Rubia Cordifolia) Root: Manjistha is considered to be one of the most valuable herbs in Ayurveda, the world’s oldest health care system that originated in India. Manjistha supports the natural functions of the lymphatic system, as it facilitates nutrition of the cells and removal of wastes from the body.
  • Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) Rhizome: Turmeric is one of the very useful and famous Ayurvedic herbs. It is used in many forms and through many routes of administration, such as – nasal, oral, over the skin etc.
  • Kaliziri (Centratherum Anthelminiticum) Seeds: It is an ancient Indian spice. It is widely used after delivery care of the mother. It is good for eyes, bloating, vomiting etc.
  • Neem (Azadirachta Indica) Leaf: Neem in Diabetes and associated skin diseases / wound – As explained above, neem helps in diabetes, it helps to lower the blood glucose levels. Neem is also very useful in skin diseases and heals the wound.
  • Babchi (Psoralea Corylifolia) Seed: Babchi improves the flow of blood and enhance the activity to produce melanin pigments on the unhealthy areas of skin. It is useful in management of white discoloration of the skin.
  • Pittapapra (Fumaria Officinalis) Plant: It is generally found in the indo-gangetic planes and also found in the Himalayan valley. It is effective in kapha and pitta related disorders. It helps in improving mental condition.
  • Anantmool (Hemidesmus Indicus) Root: Anantmool also known as Hemidesmus indicus or Indian sarsaparilla is named so because its roots go deep in the ground. It corrects the working of the digestive system. It benefits in bleeding disorders and detoxifies the body.
  • Giloy (Tinospora Cardifolia) Stem: Giloy is a famous Ayurvedic herb, used extensively in treatment for fever, diabetes, urinary tract disorders. It also cleans out the brain toxins that disturbs mental function. It has been popularly used in ancient ayurveda system.
  • Asana (Pterocarpus Marsupium) Heart Wood: It acts a powerful astringent due to tannic acid so useful in diarrhoea and dysentery. It also acts an anti-diabetic due to iso flavonoids, terpenoids and tannins.
  • Mundi (Sphaeranthus Hirtus) Flower: Mundi is one of the indispensable medicinal plants. All parts of the plant are used for medicinal purposes. In Ayurveda, this plant has attained a great position for its remedial attribute.
  • Karanja (Pongamia Pinnata) Seed: Karanja is an important Ayurvedic medicine, used predominantly in skin diseases. It is also helpful in reliving from pain in the body. It cures infection and is very helpful in purifying blood in the body.
  • Amla (Emblica Officinalis) Fruit: Embilica Officinalis is one of the most often used herb in Indian ayurveda. It has a reputation as a powerful rejuvenating herb. The Amla fruit is reputed to have the highest content of vitamin C of any natural occurring substances in nature.
  • Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula) Fruit: Haritaki is useful in vitiation of all the three humors. It is good to increase the appetite, as digestive aid, Liver stimulant, as stomachic, as gastrointestinal prokinetic agent, and mild laxative.
  • Bahera (Terminalia Bellirica) Fruit & Rind: Bibhitaki primarily supports the healthy formation of three bodily tissues-nutrients plasma (rasa dhatu), muscle (mamsa dhatu) and bone (asthi dhatu). It has been used both internally as well as externally
  • Patola (Trichosanthesdioca) Leaf: Patola Patra Trichosanthes dioica or pointed gourd is recommended in liver disorders. It also detoxifies the body, cleanses the blood; helps in maintaining healthy cholesterol limits and calms down the restless mind.
  • Shatvari (Asparagus Racemosus) Root: Shatavari is actually considered to be the most helpful herb for women as it helps in balancing the female hormonal system. It is the main herbal rejuvenative for women. Shatavari totally nourishes and cleanses the blood and the female reproductive organs, enhancing female fertility.
  • Chitrak (Plumbago Zeylanica) Root: It is an Ayurvedic medicinal plant used in other traditional ayurvedic herbal remedies. Plumbagin is able to modulate RANKL, osteoclastogenesis and breast cancer induced osteolysis.
  • Nagkesar (Mesua Ferrea) Flower: Mesua ferrea is commonly known as nagkesar and is a native to tropical Sri Lanka also cultivated in Assam, southern Nepal, Indochina and Malay Peninsula. The plant is cultivated basically for its hard timber, foliage and fragrant flower.
  • Bringraj (Eclipta Alba) Plant: The plant is commonly used in Ayurveda for liver disease and treatment of skin disorders, including eczema, dermatitis, hair loss and insect bites, although peer-reviewed research to support its use is preliminary and limited.
  • Unnab (Zizyphusvulgarisis) Fruit: Ziziphus is taken to relieve stress and encourage sleep. It also purifies the blood. It helps a person gain weight, improve muscular strength and build stamina. It is also given as a liver tonic.
  • Nagamothan (Cyperus Rotundus) Tuber: In India, it is commonly known as Nagarmotha and it belongs to the family Cyperacea. Nagarmotha/mustak useful in skin diseases and diarrhea. Its tuber is used s diuretic that is it promotes expulsion of urine. Nagarmotha/mustak is also used in formulations preventing liver and lung diseases.
  • Indervaruni (Citrullus Colcynthis) Root: Citrullus colocynthis, also known as bitter cucumber, is a fruit-bearing plant. Low doses of its seeds and fruit can reduce blood glucose levels. Citrullus colocynthis is used to treat diabetes, since it may be able to induce insulin secretion from the pancreas after supplementation, while reducing blood glucose and improving lipid levels.
  • Kutza (Hollorhina Antidysentrica) Seed: In addition this herb is often prescribed to relieve ailments like piles, chronic dysentery, intestinal worms, colitis, skin diseases, malabsorption, oestioarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. It is very effective in removing the amoeba from the body, which if not relieved in time can lead to severe conditions like that of Liver abscess.
  • Vasaka (Adhatoda Vasika) Leaves: The leaves, roots and flowers of Adhatoda vasica also called vasa or vasaka were used extensively in traditional Indian medicine for thousands of years to treat respiratory disorders such as asthma. Adhatoda vasika is mainly used to relieve respiratory disorders and cough. The leaves of Adhatoda Vasica are rich sources of carotene and Vitamin-C.
  • Kantkari (Solanum Xanthocarpum) Plant: It also contains solanidine and solamine S. the Solanum Xanthocarpum also contains sterols, alkaloids, carbohydrates, fatty and amino acids. The herb can relieve problems of bronchial asthma, bronchitis and chronic cough. It is a laxative and carminative that is useful in acute cases of gastrointestinal problems.
  • Bharangi (Clerrodendrum Serratum) Root: Bharangi – Bharangi Clerodendrum serratum is one of the best Ayurveda herbs to pacify the Vata Dosha. This characteristic of Vata pacification makes Bharangi very useful in rheumatic conditions and painful joints. Bharangi corrects the working of the female reproductive system so it is often recommended in menstrual issues.
  • Calcium Calcined (Natural Source): Traditional method of making calcium in ayurveda is different and superior to any chemical formulation. Supports healthy heart, eyes, skin, bones, liver, reproductive organs, blood and energy circulation.
  • Nishoth (Ipomoea Turpethum) Root: It is vata and pitta moderator. It is anti – inflammatory in action because of its hot potency. It also helps in managing the normal body temperature. Apart from being useful as a medicinal herb, it is also a very important herb used in Panchakarma treatment called as Virechana – Purgation treatment.
  • Pippli (Piper Longum) Fruit: Pippali (Piper longum) is called the Indian long pepper, sometimes, also referred to as 'Javanese'. Primarily cultivated for its fruit, the long pepper is dried and used as a spice and seasoning. Pippali Rasayana is considered pivotal for the purification process in the body, because it cleans the shrotas that transport nutrients and help in the removal of wastes from the body.
  • Varuna (Crateava Religiosa) Stem: Varuna is found throughout India, especially in sub-Alpine zones along streams and rivers.It is an important Ayurvedic herb that is especially valued for its effectiveness in the treatment of renal conditions. Varuna is used by traditional Ayurvedic herbalists to increase appetite, while stimulating digestion and elimination and also as an herbal treatment for flatulence and abdominal pain.

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