[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Scientific Name : Tinospora Cardifolia
Common Name : Guduchi
Source : Stems
Composition : Bitters(including charantin) 10%
Applications : A powerful adaptogen – Boosts the immune system
Due to its wide and extensive use in Ayurvedic medicine, Tinospora Cordifolia has been named as Guduchi or Amrita in Sanskrit, meaning ‘heavenly elixir’.1
Tinospora Cardifolia is rightly named as Amrita because of the relevant biochemical constituents that it has the active components of Guduchi include alkaloids, diterpenoid lactones, glycosides, steroids, sesquiterpenoids, phenolics, aliphatic compounds, and polysaccharides.
Guduchi is believed to have adaptogenic benefits. In fact, Tinospora Cardifolia has those biochemical substances that fight stress better than Ashwagandha.
Tinospora Cardifolia has been used in Ayurveda as a primary rasayana. According to Ayurveda, rasayanas are substances that manage vitality, rejuvenation, and efficiency of their targeted tissue, organ, or body system.2
Herbochem used cutting edge technology and experience to extract all the bioactive ingredients along with 15% bitters is the highest in the market. This extraction technology used helps to retain all the properties of Tinospora Cardifolia and hence all the health benefits.
Herbochem is one of the largest company of herbal extracts, manufacturer of a Guduchi extract and they provide both suppliers and exporters from india and USA.
1. Upadhyay AK1, Kumar K, Kumar A, et al. Int J Ayurveda Res. 2010 Apr;1(2):112-21
Review of compounds found within Tinospora Cardifolia, showing numerous benefits
Compounds associated with the multiple benefits of Guduchi
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