Hindu known as 'Hadjod' in the language, is a fleshy plant belonging to the Vitaceae family. Depending on the region, it is known by several popular names. It is known as Hathisur in Bangladesh; In Sri Lanka it is known as Heeressa; In West Africa it is known as Treebine, Zarnazaru, Banddiagra, Oongoonujaara; In Thailand it is known as Khankho, phet sangkhaat, san cha khuat; and in India it is known as Bonesetter, Creeping Adamant, Veldt-grape, Hadjod, Hadsanka, and Asthisamadhani.
The composition: Cissus quadrangularis
Usage: ½ - 1 tsp. drinking warm water twice a day.
You can add the powder to the dishes when preparing various curries. You can add to protein shakes.
Attention: Plant powder is not a substitute for a wholesome and balanced diet and is not considered as a medicine. In some cases (pregnancy, breastfeeding, severe illness), it is advisable to consult a specialist for dosage.
Storage: Store in a dry, dark place out of the reach of children.
Country of origin: India
You can find more information about plants, their advantages and application possibilities on the Internet, in books and at special stores