Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia) - 30 Caspules
Ingredients: Each capsule contains 130 mg Momordica charantia extracts, equivalent to 1300 mg of dried Momordica charantia.
Posology: 1 Caspule per day after the breakfast.
Active molecules: charantines
Properties: Control of diabetes, helps to keep blood sugar levels normal detoxification of the body and as a powerful natural anti-oxidant.
Contra-indications: Not recommended for use by pregnant women in the breastfeeding of the child.
The kind in the wild, "Momordica charantia" (grapefruit and bitter from the woods, cucumber and bitter from the woods, bitter gourd in the forest, or Karela) is a vine in the tropical and sub-tropical), which grows in the tropics and subtropics. The family Eucal: yptus fruit of edible, it is the more bitter of the greens. This is a native of the tropics, but it is not clear which is the true source of them.
Currently, due to the global deforestation of the forests in all parts of the plant that is widely planted in India, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Africa, south-East Asia, China, Africa, and the Caribbean, due to its high percentage of Forest in vitamin C and anti-free radicals, which are responsible for aging, and cardiovascular disease.
The Melon did not have to worry the Wild, is used as an antibiotic in medicine, ethnic background. In addition, in the study, they will also help decrease liver enzymes.
The synonyms are: bitter gourd, balsam pear, balsam apple (S), the Bitter Meloen, Bitterkomkommer, Sopropo, Karaila, balsempeer (NL), Balsamka, przepękla ogórkowa (P) Karvaskurkku (FI), Balsambirne, Bittermelone, Bittergurke, Balsamapfel (A ) Karella-kibekurk (ET), Horka okurka (CZ), melon bitter, momórdiga (S), Balzsamkörte (HU), bitter, Agurk, karela (L), balm, cucumber, apples, spices, melon, and bitter, papareh, leaf pear, balsam vine (FR), Grenka kumara (SL), Bittergurka (SE), Careteira, the herb did not have to worry balsamina long Melon Sao Caetano (UK), Beiskjugúrka (S), Melone amaro (TI), Balsamfrukt , bittermelon (IN).