Other Names: Tinospora cordifolia


Although giloy, the common name for Tinospora cordifolia, has been used for centuries in traditional Indian medicine, it is relatively new in the Western world. In ayurvedic medicine, giloy is believed to affect the body’s reproductive system, blood and fat. Although it has been used to treat a variety of conditions, from gout to jaundice to tuberculosis.


1. If you are suffering from any kind of skin diseases if giloy juice is taken with neem and amla it is very effective. You can see the result in fifteen days.
2. In piles its juice with butter milk is very useful.
3. Its juice is considered very effective in removing both exogenous and endogenous toxins.It also cleans out the brain toxins that disturbs mental function.
4. Giloy is effective in respiratory troubles particularly in asthama.
5. In Diabetes its juice is taken in high quantity regularly.
6. Its steam , leaves and root can be used in excessive bleeding during menstruation or if one have bleeding after delivery.
7. Used in malaria and other fever too which is taken with honey.
8. During indigestion the juice is taken or the paste of the leaves is given with butter milk.