Tinospora cordifolia
Common name: Guduchi , Giloy, Gulbel, Indian Tinospora.

Traditional use:
According to a legend, the herb is known locally as giloya or "heavenly elixir": Kept the angels eternally young.


Neem-Giloy is the Giloy creeper that has Neem tree as a host.

Giloy is a parasitic creeper that normally strangulates all other trees except Neem and Bel. When its host is either of them, it also gets their properties in part. Hence it becomes more potent.