A General Review of Tinospora Cordifolia from Ayurvedic Perspective

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Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 30-35
By

    Gyanendra Kumar Gupta

  1. Gagan Devi

  1. Professor & HOD, Department of Kriya Sharir, RK Institute of Ayurvedic Medical Sciences, Uttar Pradesh, India

Abstract

Tinospora Cordifolia plant is a deciduous shrub, sometimes grown as an ornamental, and stem cuttings are a simple way to propagate it. It thrives in practically every type of soil and under a variety of environmental conditions. It has been particularly trained to grow on the Neem tree, and as a result, it is said to have greater therapeutic value. It can also be cultivated by spreading seeds in the monsoon, but seedlings develop much slower than plants cultivated by cutting.

Keywords: Tinospora Cordifolia, Ornamental, Stem cutting, Neem tree and Deciduous Shrub.

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 9
Issue 1
Received January 25, 2021
Accepted February 28, 2022
Published March 13, 2022