1. Tinospora crispa is a deciduous climbing shrub producing stems up to 15 metres long. The stems are up to 1cm thick. The plant often produces aerial roots from its stems, these can grow down 10 metres or more to root into the soil. A very popular medicinal plant in southeast Asia, where the plant...
  2. Tinospora crispa is a deciduous, dioecious, climbing shrub about 15 m long with stems of up to 1 cm thick and aerial roots. It can be found in East Asia. No plant part is edible but it is highly valued as a medicinal plant. It is used in the treatment of fevers, stomach problems, indigestion,...