What is it called in different languages?
Hindi: hadjod
English: adamant creeper
Tamil: pirandai
Telugu: nalleru
Malayalam: cannalamparanta
Kannada: mangarahalli

About hadjod: The scientific name of hadjod is Cissus quandrangularis. Hadjod has other common names as an adamant creeper, veldt grape and edible stemmed vine. It belongs to the Vitaceae family. All parts of hadjod are edible( stem and leaves). It is a rich source of calcium, magnesium, resveratrol, and flavonoids. Hadjod also contains trace amounts of tannin, terpenoids, alkaloids, antioxidants, and essential vitamins. It has a sweet and tangy taste.

– Promotes bone health
– Regulates your digestive system
– Protects the hepatic system
– Detoxifies the body
– Aids weight loss
– Treats dental infections
– Reduces joint pain and swelling

– You can make chutney – https://youtu.be/IfEkXO2Sh88
– Can make snacks –https://youtu.be/bjdZJB21Rrs
– You can prepare hadjod powder  –https://youtu.be/WRxC7xd9NzA
– Can make soup  –https://youtu.be/fb9eQbKl2JQ
– You can make roti –https://youtu.be/rtxZJQrifvs