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Cissus quadrangularis herb extract ( Hadjora )

Cissus quadrangularis has traditonally been used for treating feminine disorders (menopause, libido, and menstrual disorders) or treating bones (increasing bone mass or accelerating fracture healing rates) which gives it the traditional name of the ‘Bone Setter’; some other traditional usages are in regards to its supposed antiulcer properties, antihemhorroid properties, and pain relieving properties. In an in-house study Amsar’s extract was found to reduce free circulating testosterone indicating that it has potential to treat prostrate enlargement casued by excess unutilized testosterone being converted to DHT. In all test subjects levels of DHT were reduced by over 80%

Additional information:

The extracts are delivered paraben free, and low bacterial count without the use of any chemical or gamma treatment. Amsar is a responsible manufacturer providing green eco friendly extracts and does not discharge solvents, gases or other hazardous materials into the environment.

  • Latin Name : Cissus quadrangularis

  • Sanskrit Name : Asthisamharaka

  • Common Name : Hadjora

  • Family :Vitaceae

  • Part Plant Used : Herb

  • Solvent Used : Water

  • Storage Condition : In Double Sealed PP Bags

  • Appearance : Brown Powder

  • Organoleptic Test : Astringent Taste

  • Odour :  Characteristic Odour

  • Herb Ext. Ratio : 20:1

  • Water Soluble Extractives By IP 66 Method Taking 1gm Of Sample  : Not Less Than 70%

  • Ketosterones: 2.4%

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