guduchi

guduchi (gōō·dōōˑ·chē),

n Latin name:
Tinospora cordifolia; part used: stem; uses: relieve pain, reduce joint inflammation, treat chronic fever; precautions: none known. Also called
cochinnaruha, gulancha, gurach, heartleaved moonseed, k'uan chin t'eng, k'uan chu hsing, moonseed, nirjara, and
putrawali.
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In traditional medicine, Tinospora cordifolia popularly known as Guduchi, is a famous climbing shrub for curing variety of diseases from common colds, allergies and infections to complicated jaundice and diabetes.
Tinospora cordifolia also known as Guduchi belongs to family menispermaceae.
Tinospora cordifolia which is also known by the common name Guduchi, is an herbaceous vine of the family Menispermaceae indigenous to the tropical areas of India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka.
The herbs like Guduchi, Pippali, Triphala together with probiotics helps an individual to Stay Active, Stay Alert.
Effect of Dried Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) Leaf Powder on Rheological, Organoleptic and Nutritional Characteristics of Cookies.
Similarly, proper use of Adusa ( Adhatoda zeylanica ) and Giloy or Guduchi ( Tinospora cordifolia ) juices helps to combat dengue .
Pepper and digestive and the Black Pepper respiratory systems and has a rejuvenating effect on lungs; Enhances thyroid hormone level; Enhance the bioavailability and absorption of other active ingredients Tinospora cordifolia Guduchi Anti-bacterial; Miers Immunomodulator Withania somnifera Ashwagandha Increases energy, youthful (L.
The Sanskrit name guduchi means one that protects the body from illnesses, providing the description of rejuvenator or adaptogen (Kennedy 2009).
In addition to supporting the body's immune system, Chyavanprash blends Ayurvedic herbs such as Guduchi and Haritaki to promote smooth functioning of the circulatory, nervous, respiratory and digestive systems.
cordifolia or guduchi crude extract only 95% ethanol, chloroform, and sterile distilled water crude extracts showed the antibacterial activity against both gram positive and negative bacteria, while other three extraction conditions had the antibacterial activity.
The line is comprised of Amla, Arjuna, Ashwagandha, Bacopa, Bitter Melon, Boswellia, Garcinia, Garlic, Ginger, Guduchi, Gymnema, Neem and two traditional herbal formulas: Chyavanprash and Triphala.