Morpheme Bittermelon (Karela) Caps
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Bitter melon is a rich source of potassium, beta-carotene, iron and other nutrients. Bittermelon has natural antioxidant properties which help in managing the the risk of blood glucose complications.
The karela or bitter melon contains a substance known as lectin, which possesses insulin like activity. This activity is because of the 2 insulin receptors linked together. Lectin lowers the glucose concentration in the blood by working on peripheral tissues, which is similar to the effects of insulin on the brain.
How to use
The product comes in a bottle containing 60 capsules, which are non-bitter and odorless. The recommended dosage of Morpheme bitter melon veggie capsules for adults is one to two capsules two times a day. It has to be taken with water.
Diabetes is one of the chronic health issues faced by the mankind, which occurs due to irregularity in glucose metabolism. In case, the disorder is not treated on time, uncontrolled diabetes leads to serious damage to vital organs in the body like the blood vessels and the nerves. The oral anti-diabetic medications are usually used to manage the blood glucose level.
The chemical composition of bitter melon is as follows: It contains glycosides charantin and mormodin. Charantin consists of mixed steroids and it is a hypoglycemic-agent. It also contains pyrimidine glycoside. The leaves of the bitter melon plant contain vitamins niacin, riboflavin and thiamine along with sodium and iron. The seeds contain 32 percent oil with oleic, linoleic and stearic acids. It also contain glycoproteins – beta momorcharin and alph-momorcharin and pyrimidine nucleoside vicine. Insulin like molecules is also found in the bitter melon seeds.
Is Morpheme Bitter Melon capsules safe to use?
Yes, Morpheme Bitter Melon capsules are absolutely safe, as it contains only pure herbal ingredients. Generally, the product does not have any interaction with other medicines, but it is always better to check with a physician before taking these supplements.
What If I miss a dosage?
In case, you miss a dosage, you can take it the moment you remember. It is important to follow the dosage in a disciplined manner to get optimal results.
How soon can I see the result?
Generally, it is recommended to take a two months course of 120 capsules. However, you can use it for prolonged period to achieve long lasing and better results. Usually, the herbal products are suggested to be taken for at least three to six months based on the severity of the problem. Moreover, it is cost effective to buy a supply of three months or more at a time.
Serving size: 1 Vegicaps
Servings per container: 60
Each 500 mg capsule contains: Bitter Melon Extract 10:1
Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps
Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Bitter Melon (Karela) (Momordica charantia Linn) (Fruit) Extract Bitters>5%||500mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
Other Ingredients: Capsule(Vegetarian Capsule), 100% Vegetarian. No Fillers, binders or common Allergens.
Morpheme bitter melon capsules are a potent product from the house of Morpheme. It contains pure extract of bitter melons and delivers all the benefits of the herb. It is ensured that only superior quality bitter-melon extract are used in the product. In order to retain goodness of the herb, the product is made using state-of-the-art technology and it involves very little human intervention. The capsules are loaded with nutrients such as iron, manganese, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and vitamins like B1, B2, B3 and C.
Bitter melon is a subtropical and tropical vine, which belongs to the cucurbitaceae family and is grown extensively in the Asian Continent. Traditionally, it was used as a dietetic item by including its usefulness in the food source.
Laboratory studies have established that different species of bitter melon have anti-malarial property. The tests suggest that the bioactive constituents of the herb may help in fighting HIV infection. The negative outcome of anti-HIV drugs are counterbalanced through oral ingestion of bitter gourd. One of the preliminary clinical trials, where bitter melon in the form of enema was used showed positive results in those with HIV infection. However, more research is needed before recommending bitter melon for people suffering from HIV infection.
Bitter melon is used from thousands of years to counteract Type-II diabetes. The latest scientific study conducted by the ‘Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical-Education and Research’, India proves that the insulin sensitivity is increased by bitter melon.
In the year 2007, the Department of Health, Philippines issued a circular that stated bitter melon is a scientifically confirmed herbal medicinal plant, which can lower high blood glucose levels. The study showed that a 100 mg per Kilo dosage in a day is similar to 2.5 mg of the drug Glibenclamide, an anti-diabetes drug taken two times a day.