Cissus quadrangula L.
Family : Vitaceae
Local name : Harjora-lota (As.)
Climber; stem quadrangular, stout, fleshy, 4-winged, contracted at nodes, dichotomously branched, usually by leaf-opposed tendrils; leaves simple, cordate; cymes axillary; flowers white; fruits globose; red when ripe.
Distribution : Grown as ornamental plant, often found as an escape.
Uses : Stem used in rheumatism, piles, bone fracture, ororrhoea, epistaxis, menstrual disorder, gout, loss of apetite and constipation.
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