This is a well known blood purifier and a cooling tea in the Ayurveda Medicine.
Long term usage ensures good benefits. Modern scientific chemical analysis reveals the presence of the following chemicals in the plant such as Sitestarol, Amyrin, Desinine, Hemidesterol, Salicylic-aldehyde, Leupiyol, Tannin and Saponin1.
In the ancient Indian literature, the Iramusu herb has been mentioned as an important medicine. In 1984 it was included in the British pharmacopoeia.
Iramusu (Hemidesmus indicus) is famous for its blood purifying and detoxification actions. Detoxification of the body is activated by toxins expelled with sweat and urine. Cooling action relieves all forms of heaty problems. Iramusu Tea has its significant fragrance which in turn helps to reduce bad body odor and foul breath with regular use.
This plant has been used extensively for skin diseases and blood purification in Sanhitha text written over 3000 years ago.
Sweet bitter taste and cold potency power purifies blood. Diuretic and diaphoretic action cleans the system by expelling toxins.
1Phytochemical and Ethno botanical Database, USDA ARS-NGRL, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center Beltsville, Maryland, USA.