Cissus quadrangularis, also known as Veld Grape or Hadjod, is a succulent plant native to the Indian subcontinent and some parts of Africa. This herb has a long history of use in traditional medicine, particularly in Ayurveda and traditional African medicine, for its potential health benefits.
One of the primary traditional uses of Cissus quadrangularis is for promoting bone health. It is believed to have properties that support the natural healing of fractures and strengthen bones. As a result, it is often used to aid in bone recovery and to alleviate bone-related discomfort.
It is also recognized for its potential benefits for joint health. It is used in traditional remedies to support joint flexibility and reduce joint discomfort.
Additionally, Hadjod is valued for its potential to support weight management and metabolism. It is believed to have properties that can help regulate appetite and promote healthy weight management when combined with a balanced diet and regular exercise.
|Hadjod, Veldt Grape
|5000Kg per week
|Arizone International LLP
|Country of Origin
|Depend upon your location.