Cissus quadrangularis is a traditional medicine usually said to come from Ayurveda but appears to have a wide range of locations which have used it medicinally due to it growing in numerous locations. Its traditional usages are mostly catered around 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.
It is most frequently used by athletes, and the anecdotes of cissus seem to precede much of the science on the topic. It appears to be a very effective pain killer in rodent studies, but at this moment in time only one preliminary study has been conducted in humans; while it showed promise in athletes who experienced joint pain due to exercise (by reducing overall joint symptoms by about a third) it was still a lone study. More research is needed, but it seems promising as an alterative for joint pain in athletes since most joint health supplements do not have evidence in athletes (rather, most research is in osteoarthritis persons).
Although a potential complication in athletes is that preliminary rodent evidence suggests that cissus has sedative and muscle relaxing properties at high doses (active within 30 minutes of ingestion), suggesting that it might not make the best pre-workout supplement.
Cissus Quadrangularis facilitates bone fracture healing by accelerating the proliferative physiological process in the bone. It increases the rate of bone regeneration and improves blood circulation and nutrient supply to the bone.
Using Cissus quadrangularis for weight loss and weight management has been demonstrated as effective in some human research trials. It may also reduce the absorption of fats and carbohydrates, blocking these calories from entering the blood stream through the intestines.
Cissus quadrangularis supplements may further increase lean muscle mass and promote muscle building, helping to support increased metabolism.
The aerial parts of Cissus Quadrangularis have a digestive action. It improves digestive capacity and liver function
The general anti-inflammatory properties of certain organic compounds found in Cissus quadrangularis can help reduce swelling and irritation throughout the body.
In a similar way, as Cissuc quadrangularis can help your bones, it can also help your teeth. Studies have shown a correlation between great oral health and Cissus quadrangularis supplementation.
The number of people being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes has increased drastically in the past few years. Because cissus quadrangularis can help lower blood sugar, it can also reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Furthermore, cissus quadrangularis helps reduce the risk of this condition by helping promote weight loss. Type 2 diabetes is strongly correlated with obesity.
There has not been enough research done to determine the effects that cissus quadrangularis has on heart disease. However, some health experts do believe that this supplement can potentially reduce the risk of this condition. Cissus quadrangularis helps treat and prevent obesity. Obesity is one of the biggest risk factors for heart disease.
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