Karela - Herbal Supplement for Diabetes
60 Capsules per Bottle
Karela or commonly known as bitter gourd contains a polypeptide that is very similar to bovine insulin. This polypeptide is known as Gurmarin, (a polypeptide). This polypeptide has been found in experimental studies to attain a supportive sugar adaptable consequence by suppressing the neural retort to sweet taste stimuli. Karela or the bitter gourd fruit is often used in the Indian subcontinent as a diet and is well-known as a folk medicine for the most speared life style disorder commonly known as diabetes mellitus.
Bitter melon or karela or bitter gourd is rich in iron (Fe) content and has two times the beta carotene of broccoli, two times the calcium (Ca) of spinach, two times the potassium (K) of bananas, and possesses vitamins C (ascorbic acid) and B1 (thyamine) to 3, phosphorus (P) and outstanding dietary fiber. Bitter melon is thought to be outstanding for the liver related disorders and has been established by western scientists to hold insulin, perform as an anti-tumor agent, and restrain HIV-1 infection. At least thirty two energetic constituents have been recognized in bitter melon or karela or bitter gourd so far, jointly with beta-sitosterol-d-glucoside, citrulline, GABA, lutein, lycopene and zeaxanthin. Nutritional analysis reveals that bitter melon or karela or bitter gourd is also well-off in potassium (K), calcium (Ca), iron (Fe), beta-carotene, and vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3 and vitamin C (Ascorbic acid).
Directions for taking Karela
One to two capsules two to three times a day later than meals or as directed by physician
A very talked about herb world wide having powers to keep the blood sugar level as well helps in the infection in the body. It helps in triggering the endocrine structure of the body. Also well-known as Momordica charantia in Latin and bitter melon gourd in general. It also helps in maintaining the bodies' activity in the body.
Following are the functions that karela performs in the body
- Helps in fighting Diabetes mellitus
- Cures Infections
- Evades blood impurity
- Acts as a wonderful purgative
- Performs the function of Anathematic
- Treats Piles
- Fights Skin diseases
- Helps in curing Leprosy
- Lowers Respiratory disorder
- Helps in Alcoholism
- Fights Cholera
Some astonishing facts about Karela or bitter gourd
Latin Name: MOMORDICA CHARANTIA
Family Name : CUCURBITACEAE
English Name : BITTER MELON, BITTER GOURD, BALSAM PEAR, BALSAM APPLE, MELEGA SAGA, KARELA
Karela or bitter gourd is extensively grown plant in Indian subcontinent. It is a climber and it generally twins around the various adjoining support. The plant part used is fruit for the medical purpose. Bitter gourd is also commercially cultivated in India sub continent.
In the age old medicinal science, Ayurveda, the fruit of bitter melon is considered as emetic, purgative, anti-bilous, tonic, stomachic, stimulant and alternative. It has been established to be tremendously brilliant in treating Diabetes mellitus.
The fruit of karela is extremely supportive in conditions like gout, rheumatoid arthritis and sub-acute cases of the spleen and liver related diseases. It is thought to clean the blood and also dispel melancholia and gross humors. It has as well been exposed to have hypoglycemic actions i.e. helps in regulating glucose in the body whiach has been proved in studies carried out in animals and humans.
Place of Karela/ bitter gourd in Ayurveda:
As per the age old science Ayurveda, bitter melon helps in subduing the effect of pitta as well as kapha humor or dosha. Owing to its actions it helps to calm the body and also cooling and thereby is helpful in treating the skin related disorders. Due to its properties it is also helpful in healing of wounds early. As it has a katu or pungent and tickta or bitter, it is extremely beneficial in promoting digestion and normalizing the bowel movement. Due to its tickta rasa it is also helpful in evading parasitic infiltration in the body. It as well helps in limiting infection in the body and in regularizing the urinary tract. It has astonishing properties in maintaining the blood sugar levels to the normal limits.
According to the fundamentals of Ayurveda, bitter melons' has
- Guna or properties - laghu (light) and ruksh (dry).
- Rasa or taste - katu or pungent and tickta or bitter.
- Virya or the potency - ushana or hot
Karela is commonly referred to as bitter melon or bitter gourd and is extremely supportive in metabolism of carbohydrate. It is also helpful in increasing the body resistance as it contains high mineral and vitamin content.