Cissus Quadrangularis is a tenable plant of the grape family. It is commonly known as veldt Grape, Devil’s Backbone, Adamant Creeper, Asthisamharaka, Hadjod and Pirandai. The species is native to tropical Asia and much of India with the best quality.

This herb is used traditional Indian culture for centuries of years in Indian Ayurveda and medical field. In India, this herb used for the joint disease so that name of these herbs in Indian traditional market is Hadjod is meaning is “bone setter”.

Cissus Quadragularis has been found to contain carotenoids, triterpenoids and ascorbic acid. The plant also produces the resveratrol dimmer Quadragularis-A.