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Abstract

A REVIEW ON: CISSUS QUDRANGULARIS L PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES

A. M. Krupanidhi*, Prakash Dabadi, Kruthi K. N., Pramod Channammanavar, S. Sanath Udupa, Mythree M. V. and Chandana M.

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Succulent herb Cissus quadrangularis (Family: Vitaceae) has a cactuslike, squishy texture. It is also known as Heliotropium indicum, Lycopodium imbricatum, and Vitis quadrangularis. It is employed in Ayurveda as Pachana, a digestive aid, Sara, a constipation reliever, Athiyuk, a bone strengthener, Vrushya, an aphrodisiac, etc. It is used to cure gastritis in unani medicine. Asthma is treated with the entire plant, but bone fractures are treated with the powdered root. 30–40 grains of the powder are the typical dosage. In Southern India, leaves and young shoots are typically consumed with curries. The plant's young shoots are dried, ground up, and burned to ashes in Chennai. These ashes are used to treat indigestion, dyspepsia, and a few gastrointestinal ailments. The parts of young shoots and leaves are also regarded as effective options in gastro intestinal therapies. In cases of otorrhoea and epistaxis, stem juice is dripped into the ear. There are numerous medicinal importance, based on this our study was focused on review on Cissus quadrangularis.

Keywords: Cissus quadrangularis, triterpenoids, Skeletal muscle relaxant activity, Analgesic activity.


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