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Tinospora crispa, Cocculus crispum, Menispermum crispum, Putarwali

Tinospora crispa, Cocculus crispum, Menispermum crispum

Putarwali
Family: Menispermaceae
Origin: South East Asia
Vine or creeperSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterEthnomedical plant.
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Tinospora crispa is a climbing plant and is used as a traditional medicine to treat diabetes. Its aqueous extract was capable of lowering blood sugar and insulin levels. Stem: antipyretic, diaphoretic, stomachic.


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Tinospora crispa, Cocculus crispum, Menispermum crispum, Putarwali


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