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Asthisamharaka (Vitis quadrangularis): A Medicinal Plant with Promising Health Benefits and Therapeutic Potential

Introduction: Asthisamharaka (Vitis quadrangularis), also known as the Devil's Backbone or Hadjod, is a medicinal plant that has been widely used in traditional medicine systems for centuries. With its origins in India, this plant belongs to the Vitaceae family and is characterized by its unique four-angled stem. Hadjod holds significant importance in various cultures due to its potential health benefits and therapeutic properties. Its traditional use can be traced back to ancient Ayurvedic texts, where it is highly regarded for its ability to promote bone health and treat musculoskeletal disorders. Historically, Hadjod has been used as a natural remedy for fractures, bone loss, and joint-related conditions. In Ayurveda, it is classified as a 'Asthisandhaneeya' herb, meaning it has the potential to strengthen bones, promote fracture healing, and improve overall bone health. The plant's name, "Hadjod," is derived from the Hindi word "hadjod,"

List of Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani Books authorised under Drug and Cosmetic Act & Rules First Schedule



Serial No. Name of book

1. Arogya Kalpadruma

2. Arka Prakasha

3. Arya Bhishak

4. Ashtanga Hridaya

5. Ashtanga Samgraha

6. Ayurveda Kalpadruma

7. Ayurveda Prakasha

8. Ayurveda Samgraha

9. Bhaishajya Ratnavali

10. Brihat Bhaishajya Ratnakara

11. Bhava Prakasha

12. Brihat Nighantu Ratnakara

13. Charaka Samihita

14. Chakra Datta

15. Gada Nigraha

16. Kupi Pakva Rasayana

17. Nighantu Ratnakara

18. Rasa Chandanshu

19. Rasa Raja Sundara

20. Rasaratna Samuchaya

21. Rasatantra Sara Va Siddha Prayoga Sangraha—Part 1

21 (a) Rasatantra Sara Va Siddha Prayoga Sangraha—Part II (Edition 2006)]

22. Rasa Tarangini

23. Rasa Yoga Sagara

24. Rasa Yoga Ratnakara

25. Rasa Yoga Samgraha

26. Rasendra Sara Samgraha

27. Rasa Pradipika

28. Sahasrayoga

29. Sarvaroga Chikitsa Ratnam

30. Sarvayoga Chikitsa Ratnam

31. Sharangadhara Samhita

32. Siddha Bhaishajya Manimala

33. Siddha Yoga Samgraha

34. Sushruta Samhita

35. Vaidya Chintamani

36. Vaidyaka Shabda Sindu

37. Vaidyaka Chikitsa Sara

38. Vidya Jiwan

39. Vasava Rajeeyam

40. Yoga Ratnakara

41. Yoga Tarangini

42. Yoga Chintamani

43. Kashyapasamhita

44. Bhelasamhita

45. Vishwanathachikitsa

46. Vrindachikitsa

47. Ayurvedachintamani

48. Abhinavachintamani

49. Ayurveda-Ratnakara

50. Yogaratnasangraha

51. Rasamrita

52. Dravyagunanighantu

53. Rasamanjari

54. Bangasena

54A Ayurvedic Formulary of India and its Parts

54B Ayurveda Sara Samgraha

54C Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India.

54D. Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India and its Parts.


Serial No. Name of book

55 Siddha Vaidya Thirattu

56 Therayar Maha Karisal

57 Brahma Muni Karukkadai (300)

58 Bhogar (700)

59 Pulippani (500)

60 Agasthiyar Paripuranam (400)

61 Therayar Yamagam

62 Agasthiyar Chenduram (300)

63 Agasthiyar (1500)

64 Athmarakshamrutham

65 Agasthiyar Pin (80)

66 Agasthiyar Rathna Churukkam

67 Therayar Karisal (300)

68 Veeramamuni Nasa Kandam

69 Agasthiyar (600)

70 Agasthiyar Kanma Soothiram

71 18 Siddar‘s Chillarai Kovai

72 Yog Vatha Kaviyam

73 Therayar Tharu

74 Agasthiyar Vaidya Kaviyam (1500)

75 Bala Vagadam

76 Chimittu Rathna (Rathna) Churukkam

77 Nagamuni (200)

78 Agasthiyar Chillarai Kovai

79 Chikicha Rathna Deepam

80 Agasthiyar Nayana Vidhi

81 Yugi Karisal (151)

82 Agasthiyar Vallathi (600)

83 Therayar Thaila Varkam

84 Siddha Formulary of India (Part I)

85 Siddha Formulary of India and its Parts


Serial No. Name of book

1 Karabadin Qadri

2 Karabadin Kabir

3 Karabadin Azam

4 Ilaj-ul-Amraz

5 Al Karabadin

6 Biaz Kabir Vol. II

7 Karabadin Jadid

8 Kitab-ul-Taklis

9 Sanat-ul-Taklis

10 Mifta-ul-Khazain

11 Madan-ul-Aksir

12 Makhzan-ul-murabhat

13 National Formulary of Unani Medicine

14 Unani Pharmacopoeia of India]

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