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Bitter Melon Extract
Bitter melon (karela, ampalaya) or momordica charanti (scientific name), is an herb to help control blood sugar level and maintain a healthy system.
1. Production Details:
Latin Name: Momordica charantia L
Synonyms: Karela, cerasee, ampalaya,balsam pear, balsambirne, margose
Part of Used: Fruit
Specifications: 10% UV Saponin
Appearance: Brown powder
Application: Food additive, dietary supplement, medicine
What is Bitter Melon Extract?
Bitter melon (karela, ampalaya) or momordica charanti (scientific name),
is an herb that is used in some countries like Asia, South America,
and some parts of Africa to help control blood sugar level and maintain
a healthy system. The Chinese used this fruit as part of their diet on a
daily basis to “clean” their system by consuming it every day. There are
tons of benefits for this fruit. This is considered a fruit because it has
seeds, but some people think it’s a vegetable for cooking. Vegetable
in general, usually consist of leaves, stalks or roots from plants.
And because it’s a melon it is already a fruit.
Chemical constituents of Bitter Melon Extract
Bitter melon has an excellent source of nutrients, twice the calcium of spinach, twice the potassium of banana, twice the beta-carotene of broccoli, manganese, zinc, folic acid, alkaloids, peptides, steroidal saponins, fiber, phosphorus and vitamins C, B1, B2, B3 than most vegetables and fruits. Think of it like this, you need to eat one bitter melon daily along with every meal for about two months to decrease your diabetes from advancing and hopefully reverse it just as fast. The taste is acquired for this type of veggie/fruit. There are many recipes in cooking bitter melon as well as lowering the bitter taste of it. To remove or lighten the bitterness of a bitter melon just remove the seeds, cut it thinly than salt it and make sure they are all covered in salt. Let it sit for about 30 minutes, than squeeze out the liquid and rinse it out.
Benefits of taking Bitter Melon Extract supplements:
1, Diabetes – One of every ten adults suffers from this disease, and it’s becoming a bigger problem every day. One way this fruit can help is by regulating the blood sugar level. We all know when the level is too high it means bad things to come. But when you see a doctor, most will prescribe medicine to lower it. And what happens when you are all out of meds? You go and get more. This is only prolonging the problem. Controlling blood sugar level is the only way to be diabetic free with minimal damage to the entire system. When insulin receptors become ineffective or does not function as it should, it is called a down regulated insulin receptor. Using bitter melon in the diet can help reverse the insulin resistance effect. Bitter melon helps diabetics to treat insulin resistant without medication. This is an important role in prevention and treatment of type II diabetes which is also known as insulin-independent diabetes. This can also prevent further diabetic complications that are cause by chronically high sugar concentrations. This can lead to blindness, kidney diseases, stroke, heart attack, and diabetic feet. Eating bitter melons or drinking the extract or even taking the pill form in many cases can reverse the effectives of diabetes.
2, Cancer – Eating or drinking the juice from the melon can help prevent certain types of cancer. It is also known to decrease and kill leukemic cancer cells, according to the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. It can stop cancer cells from spreading and this can increase chances of a full recover. But the diet must be consistent for this to be in an effective way to treat this disease otherwise it will not work.
3, AIDS/HIV – The disease that brings scare to most, this is a disease that is becoming a wide spread issue. The first case which was discovered in the United States among gay men in 1981, but the disease itself has been around far longer than that. In the Belgian Congo in 1959 there was a Bantu man had died from an unknown illness which made this man the first known case for HIV. Bitter melon glycoprotein beta-momorcharin helps inhibit synthesis of macromolecules in splenocytes, embryos, and tumor cells. This protein also retards the effects of HIV by using the protein to deactivate the ribosome function in HIV infected cells by stopping protein synthesis and eventually kills the cells which are infected.
4, Antioxidant – Antioxidants help protect us, it’s a cell which prevents damage taken from free radicals. Free radicals can come from natural environmental toxins which are common. There are also those from pollution and smoking, and some byproduct from normal metabolism. It has been proven that it will boost the immune system.
5, Asthma – Very high number of positive results has come back with patients that have suffering from a chronic cough and bitter melon in this case has helped with releasing sputum that is accumulated within the respiratory tract and lungs. Many who have used bitter melon extract regularly belief that it helps relief them of asthma.
6, Skin – Acne or wrinkle skin? The chemical or serum within a bitter melon has been known to be used for acne and wrinkles. Because of the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties this can aid in acne issues.
7, Digestion – Helps with digestion of food by producing digestive enzymes.
8, Weight loss - Low calorie and carbohydrate with definitely help with dieting and also strengthen your immunity.
9, Injury or wounds – It helps with controlling the blood flow to help heal wounds faster and also prevent any infection.
10, Constipation – It works wonders on constipation without having to cause diarrhea.
Side effects and safety of Bitter Melon Extract
1, Excessive consumption may lead to diarrhea and abdominal pain.
2, It has also been reported that it causes abortion and infertility in women, and sperm infertility in men. So, pregnant women should avoid consumption of bitter melon extract.
3, Excessive consumption of bitter melon may also cause fever and headache.
4, Though bitter melon extract can lower sugar levels, it should not be consumed by people suffering from hypoglycemia.
5, Even diabetes patients should consult their physician first before taking bitter melon supplements.
6, Some studies also claim that bitter melon extract has the potential to bring about negative interactions when taken before or after some medications.
7, Bitter melon extract can also cause hemolytic anemia, also known as Favism. Hemolytic anemia causes abdominal pain, severe headaches, fever and coma. This disorder results from destruction of erythrocytes.
Dosage of Bitter Melon Extract supplement:
Supplement companies’ average daily dosage recommendation ranges from 200 to 900 mg of extract. Concern exists about the varied preparation methods and doses because there is insufficient data to suggest a standardized treatment protocol。The appropriate dose of bitter melon depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions. At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for bitter melon. Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using.
A. < 15KG, used box as outside, plastic bag inside.
B. > 15KG in drum as outside, plastic bag inside,, normally weight as 25KG/Drum, drum size 0.0625CBM