Manibhadra Leham – Ingredients, Uses and, Dosage

Manibhadra Leham is also called as  Manibhadra Gulam, or Manibhadra Guda is an ayurvedic medicinal preparation in a jam form. It is an effective and therapeutic formula revealed by Yaksha Manibhadra for the benefit of bhiksus who desire moksha. It is used in treating skin diseases, leucoderma, breathing difficulties, cough, enlargement of the abdomen, hemorrhoids, diabetes, splenic disorders, pain of tumors, worm infestation, abdominal tumors, etc…

Ingredients of Manibhadra Leham

  1. Vidanga Sara (Embelia ribes) – 1 pala (48 gms)
  2. Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) – 1 pala (48 gms)
  3. Abhaya/Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) – 1 pala (48 gms)
  4. Kumbha/Trivrit (Operculina turpethum) – 3 pala (144 gms)
  5. Guda/Jaggery (Saccharum officinale) – 12 pala (576 gms)

Preparation ofManibhadra Leham

A suitable vessel is taken, and crushed jaggery is added and heated. When the jaggery gets melted, the other powdered ingredients are taken in a specified quantity and mixed. This has to be heated till it attains semisolid state by continuous stirring. Once it mixed well it has to be allowed to cool down and can be stored for the use.

Indication of Manibhadra Leham

  1. Kushta (skin diseases)
  2. Shwitra (leukoderma)
  3. Shwasa (breathing disorders)
  4. Kasa (cough)
  5. Udara (abdominal enlargement)
  6. Arsha (hemorrhoids/piles)
  7. Meha (diabetes)
  8. Pleeha (splenic disorder)
  9. Granthi ruja (pain of tumors)
  10. Gulma (abdominal tumors)
  11. Jantu (worm infestation)


In general, it is advised 5 to 20 gms once or twice daily or as directed by the physician.

According to textual reference, it should be consumed for a month with control over desires (jitatmana).


  1.  Ashtanga Hrudaya, Chikitsa Sthana, Kushta Chikitsa, 19/ 31-32

Also, check Trivrit Lehyam 

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