<b>An Overview of Tinospora Cordifolia’s Chemical Constituents and Pharmacological Properties</b> Plants have been used medicinally since the earliest times of human civilization. The demand for Chinese herbs, health products, and cosmetics is at a high level. Examples include pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, cosmetics, and other similar products. Summary Chemical constituents of Tinospora cordifolia found throughout the plant This page describes their pharmacological effects. Tinospora cordifolia is an Ayurvedic shrub with a long history of use. Medicine. Tinospora cordifolia has been shown to include chemical compounds such as alkaloids, terpenoids, lignans, steroids, and others, which help determine the phytochemical and pharmacological effects of the plant. Antioxidant activity, antimicrobial activity, antibacterial activity, antifungal activity, antidiabetic activity, antidepressant activity, acid reducing effect, liver dysfunction, anti blocking activity HIV tumor, anti inflammatory, antibacterial, curative, anti proliferative, and immunomodulatory for infections and systemic diseases are among the pharmacologically important diseases. mention. enabled in this review. This article provides an overview of the chemical compounds found in different parts of the Tinospora cordifolia plant, along with their pharmacological effects. In Ayurvedic medicine, Tinospora cordifolia is a common shrub. Although several review articles on this plant have been published, it is always planned to include all the latest information on its pharmacological and phytochemical activities. Tinospora cordifolia is a useful plant for all living things. It belongs to the plant family Menispermaceae. It contains severalchemical substances with physiological effects. Tinospora cordifolia has Antioxidant activity, antimicrobial activity, antibacterial activity, antifungal activity, antidiabetic activity, antidepressant activity, acid reducing effect, liver dysfunction, anti blocking activity HIV tumor, anti inflammatory, antibacterial, curative, anti proliferative, and immunomodulatory for infections and systemic diseases are among the pharmacologically important diseases 1179-1188 Issue-3 Volume-6 Kale G. D | Kamble H. V | Andhale A. K