(assan) cissus quadrangularis


(assan) cissus quadrangularis

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Cissus is a genus of climbing plants from the Vitaceae family (to which the vine also belongs). ... Cissus quadrangularis is a medicinal plant that has long been known to treat ligaments and tendons. It also promotes bone growth after fractures or in arthritis


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A climbing vine with simple tendrils, with a stem and branch with a square section, only the fleshy and leafless stems of which persist in the dry season, sometimes covering trees and shrubs with an impenetrable tangle. Ec light brown, lenticellate, with a greenish edge. Ram: fleshy, grooved on 4 sides of equal width 1 - 1.5 cm, shrunken green at the leaf scar, bearing a single tendril opposite a leaf. St by two, triangular, rounded top, caducous, 3 mm long. Leaves alternate, glabrous, pentagonal in shape, with 3-15 deeply indented lobes, as long as they are broad, with acuminate or pointed apex, supercorded or truncated base. Pet ribbed, 4-6 ribs protruding and channeled above, glabrous 1-4cm long. Nerves webbed at the base, with 3 basal veins not very prominent. Inflates a corymb two or three times branched, at the end of a pdunculate 6-15cm long. Fl greenish, with pedicel 4mm long, with 4 petals, 7-8mm in diameter. Fr berry ovoid, smooth, red when ripe.


The demand for Cissus quadrangularis for medicinal use in the international market is likely to increase as it is known to treat obesity, osteoporosis, and is recommended for bodybuilders. These claims need to be verified by science, and the toxic nature of the stems needs research


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Crushed leaves mixed with oil are applied externally to inflammations and edemas such as those caused by bee stings. A decoction of the leaves is used to treat stomach aches and diarrhea. The juice of the crushed leaves is used as a drop in the ear to treat ear infections, and is drunk for heart problems, dizziness and fainting. The roots serve as a purgative, remedy for toothache and are applied externally to heal ulcers.

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