Bitter Melon extract
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bitter melon extract
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Appearance: Fine Yellow brown powderBotanical Name: Momordica charantiaCommon Name:Bitter gourd, bitter apple, wild cucumber, bitter cucumber, balsam apple, balsam pear, margose, la-kwa, leprosy gourd, karelaPlant Part Used: dried fruitPhytochemicals and Constituents of Momordica charantia:Glycosides: momordin, charantinAlkaloids: momordicinOthers: polypeptide-POils (seed only) : stearic, linoleic, oleic acidsGlycoproteins: alpha-momorcharin, beta-momorcharin, lectinsOthers: vicine (pyrimidine nucleoside) , protein MAP30
At least three different groups of constituents in bitter melon have been reported to have blood-sugar lowering actions of potential benefit in diabetes mellitus. These include a mixture of steroidal saponins known as charantin, insulin-like peptides, and alkaloids. It is still unclear which of these is most effective, or if all three work together. Some clinical trials have confirmed the benefit of bitter melon for people with diabetes. In traditional herbal medicine, bitter melon, like other bitter-tasting herbs, is thought to stimulate digestive function and improve appetite. This has yet to be tested in human studies. Physiological Functions1. Protect and regenerate retinal purple (rhodopsin) , and cure the patients of eye diseases such as pigmentosa, retinitis, glaucoma, and myopia, etc.2. Prevent the cardiovascular diseases3. Quench free radical, antioxidant, and anti-aging4. A treatment for mild inflammation of the mucous membranes of mouth and throat5. A treatment for diarrhea, enteritis, urethritis, cystitis and virosis rheum epidemic, with its antiphlogistic and bactericidal actionApplications1. Pharmaceutical stuff2. Functional food and food additive
Packing: 25kg/paper drum, Two sealed plastic-bags inside.