Cissus Quadrangularis growing wildly in it’s most vibrant form and environment, on a neem tree. As you view this very detailed video, notice the structure of the cissus plant; it is quadrangula shaped. It is also jointed, just like our bones. In ayruvedic medicine it is written that herbs and plants shape and structure from the molecular level to the outer, more noticeable layer emulate the parts of our body which the herb or plant medicine may be supportive of.
Dr Brijnath Singh, eminant scholar, MD and PhD in Ayurveda and ethnopharmacology wild-cultivates Harjod (Cissus Quadrangularis) in the Vrindavan farm north of Lucknow. Prashanti interviews him on the magic of this herb whose very name means ‘Bone joiner” as it is so rich in the minerals and healing power to support Bone and Joint health.
In this video Dr. Brijnath Singh and Prashanti discuss Harjod, or in latin, Cissus Quadrangularis, in a very detailed discussion with great views of the herb growing on this majestic neem tree in the beautifully culivated farms of India.
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