Manjakani (Quercus Infectoria Oliv) is found on the twigs or leaves of the oak tree. It is a small tree indigenous to Asia Minor and Persia. Manjakani is formed when the leaves of the oak tree (Quercus infectoria) are penetrated by stinging wasps. Manjakani is well acknowledged in traditional medicine as a natural astringent that contains antiseptic materials and anti-oxidants, a truly generous gift from Mother Nature for women.
Oak gall’s astringent properties give instant tightening effects, while its antioxidant properties tone up vaginal walls to help reverse the loss of elasticity due to aging, hormonal changes and childbirth.Its natural antiseptic actions helps to prevent infections.