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Winged Treebine Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Winged Treebine
Glycemic Index / Load
Winged Treebine
Botanical Name
Cissus Quadrangularis
Hindi Name
Homeopathic Name
Cissus Quadrangularis   -   Mother Tincture

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Nutrients in Winged Treebine

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Taste of
Winged Treebine

Parts Used

Whole Plant, Stem, Aerial Part

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Winged Treebine

Avoid use during pregnancy and Breast feeding.
Monitor the dosage and sugar reading closely while taking Hadjod with Diabetic medication. Consult your Health care provider before taking Hadjod as it also helps in lowering blood sugar. Taking both might make your blood sugar go too low.
Stop the use 2 weeks before and after surgery.
Common side effects include:
Intestinal Gas
Dry Mouth
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Winged Treebine is a climber. A vine.
It is perennial.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 3 M.
Best used for Bones and Cartilage Regeneration.
Strengthens Bones, Ligaments and Tendons.

Common Names

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Materia Medica for Winged Treebine

Winged Treebine General

Winged ( Hadjod ) Treebine is traditionally known as Bonesetter. It protects the bones from Fracture and Infections.
Traditionally, it was used to treat female disorders as Post Menopause problems, Menstrual Disorders, and Libido problems.
The methanol extract of the herb has antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties.
The methanol extract of stems contains antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. It is protective against bacterial infections as E.coli.
The stem is used in the treatment of Otorrhea and Epistaxis. The juice is dropped into Ear for Otorrhea and in the Nose in Epistaxis.
The powder form of the root of the herb is used to treat Bone Fractures.
The young shoots of the plant are also used medicinally. They are dried, powdered, and burnt to ashes. The ashes are stored in a closed vessel. It is used to treat ailments as Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Bowel complaints, and Gastro Intestinal problems.
In Ayurveda, Hadjod is considered an Aphrodisiac. It improves strength and stamina in men. It is used as a Digestive aid (as Pachana). It relieves Constipation. It is cures Gastritis. It increases the effect of Pitta dosha.
It is very effective for Diabetes. It maintains the blood sugar levels within the blood to prevent Diabetes. It improves insulin sensitivity. It reduces the risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Cissus Quadrangularis tea is effective to control blood sugar levels. Do not take along with medication as it may lower the sugar levels significantly.
Bone Health
It strengthens the bone and treats Osteoporosis. The herb is rich in Vitamin C and Calcium. It fastens the recovery of broken bones. It helps with bone formation and restoration.
In Osteoporosis, the bones become weak and fragile. They are prone to Fracture and damage. Hadjod increases bone mineral density. It stimulates the rate of bone regeneration, improves the blood circulation and nutrient supply to the bone. It increases osteoblasts which are bone-forming cells and manages osteoclasts which cause destruction of the bones. Hadjod is effective for the treatment and prevention of Osteoporosis.
Weight problems
It is used to reduce excessive weight and inhibits the risk of Obesity. It burns fat and increases muscle mass. It lessens the absorption of dietary fat and manages appetite.
It inhibits the growth of Cancer cells within the body.
Heart problems
Winged Treebine ( Hadjod ) reduces the High Triglycerides and High Cholesterol levels within the body. It thus prevents Heart Disorders. It lowers the High Blood Pressure levels. It is adaptogenic in nature. It reduces oxidative stress. It prevents Depression and Anxiety.
Pain and Inflammation
It has Vitamin C content that is potent in reducing inflammation. It possesses anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It is also used to treat ailments associated with inflammation like pain, swelling. It is beneficial for Athletes to relieve pain and inflammation.
Other Medicinal Uses
It relieves your throat from Asthma symptoms. A preparation made from the whole plant is used for the treatment of Asthma.
It provides protection to the gums which are beneficial for treating Scurvy.
It is useful to treat infected Wounds. It provides relief from worm infestation.
It is favorable in treating Stomach Problems.
It is also used as a natural body supplement.
It is an effective remedy for Gastritis, Indigestion, Intestinal worms, Gout, Piles, Internal bleeding, and Leucorrhea.
How to take it:
Decoction of dried stem: 10-30 ml twice a day.
Stem Juice: 10-20 ml twice a day.
Stem powder/churna: 3-6 gms twice a day.
Single Herb

Winged Treebine for Scanty Menses

Burn Winged Treebine. Mix the ash in one teaspoon of ghee. Take three times for three days.

Winged Treebine for Diarrhea

Take one teaspoon ash of Winged Treebine with warm water two times a day.

Winged Treebine for Obesity

Have 1/2 table spoon ash of Winged Treebine with coconut water or Butter milk two times a day.

Winged Treebine for Piles

Take one tablespoon ash of Winged Treebine. Mix it in one teaspoon of ghee. Have it two times a day.

Winged Treebine for Stomach Ache

Mix Winged Treebine and Drumstick flowers in equal quantity. Add one tablespoon of dried coconut. Grind with little water. Extract the juice. Have it two times a day.
OR Make a preserve of stem of the plant by boiling it in lime water.

Winged Treebine for Fracture

Mix plant juice of Winged Treebine with Sesame oil. Boil it. Apply over fractured areas.
OR : Consume 3 g root powder of Winged Treebine. You may also apply it over fractured areas by adding some hot water in it.

Winged Treebine for Menstrual Disorders

Grind stems and leaves of Winged Treebine. Extract its juice. Add same quantity of Honey in it. Consume 20 ml of the mixture twice a day.

Winged Treebine for Ears

Heat the stem of Winged Treebine over low Flame. Extract its juice. Use it as an Ear Drop.

Winged Treebine for Muscular Pain

Grind whole plant of Winged Treebine with Turmeric rhizome. Apply this mixture over painful areas and tie with a piece of cloth.

Winged Treebine for Asthma

Take fresh stems of Winged Treebine. Grind them to make paste. Have 2 g with warm water once a day.

Winged Treebine for Infertility

Take the juice of Winged Treebine regularly.

Winged Treebine ( Hadjod ) for Piles

Consume 1 to 2 capsules of Winged Treebine ( Hadjod ) 500 mg two times a day for a week.
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Herbal Treatment For Sexual Debility 3

Take one tablespoon each of Winged Treebine and Nutmeg powder. Add one tablespoon ghee. Mix them. Divide in three equal parts. Have it thrice a day for a week.

Herbal Treatment For Muscular Pain 2

Grind Winged Treebine and Fresh Turmeric rhizomes in equal quantity. Bandage to the affected area.

Herbal Treatment For Digestive Disorder 1

Powder 50 g dried leaves of Winged Treebine ( Hadjod in India ) to make powder. Add 25 g powder of each dried ginger ( Adrak in India ) and Black Pepper ( Kali Mirch in India ) in it. Have 3 g twice a day.
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Jhansi rani Surineni ( India )
06 Apr 2017
I prepare pickle with nalleru. I want to know Will all the medicinal values be retained in pickle form too.
17 Apr 2017
No. I do no think the medicinal value is lost if you pickle it. Just do not fry it.
02 Jul 2017
can the whole plant of Gokshura boiled in water and drink the extract ?
02 Jul 2017
11 Aug 2017
Yes, whole plant be boiled and then can be taken. Why do you want to take Gokhsura
Lalitha ( India, karnataka )
14 Nov 2017
Where do I buy this product?
Vikas Bansal ( Delhi )
17 Aug 2018
How can we use hadjod plant for treating damaged tendons, ligaments and cartilages ?
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