What is Agnimantha?

Agnimantha scientifically known as Clerodendrum phlomidis and belonging to the Verbenaceae family. It's leaves and roots hold a treasure trove of health benefits

How to Use Agnimantha

To make the most of Agnimantha's therapeutic potential, here are some effective ways to incorporate it into your wellness routine:


Boil Agnimantha leaves or roots in water until the water reduces to half its original volume. Strain the liquid and consume it warm.


For a milder infusion, steep Agnimantha leaves in hot water for 10 minutes. This method retains the herb's attributes and can be sipped throughout the day as a soothing and revitalizing tea.

Mix the powder with honey or warm water to create a paste. This paste can be consumed for its digestive benefits or applied topically to soothe joints and muscles.


For convenient consumption, it is available in capsule or tablet forms. Follow the recommended dosage as per the guidance of an Ayurvedic practitioner.

Capsules or Tablets

It's anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties make it suitable for external applications. Mixing powder with an oil can promotes joint and muscle comfort.

External Applications

While Agnimantha offers a multitude of health benefits, it's essential to exercise caution: Dosage: Always adhere to recommended dosages to prevent any adverse effects.

Safety and Precautions

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