Bittermelon (Karela) Capsules – Diabetic
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|Ingredients:||Refer to Ingredients Section|
|Qty:||60 Veg Capsules|
|Suggested usage:||1 Capsule twice daily after meals or as directed by the physician|
|Useful For||Controls Diabetes, Improves Digestion, Blood Purification, Reduces Risk of Cancer, Helps to Maintain Insulin Levels, Natural Source of Antioxidants|
Bitter melon is a rich source of potassium, beta-carotene, iron and other nutrients, which are quite beneficial for various conditions such as abnormal liver function, blood disorders, diabetes and many more. Morpheme bitter melon, which is available in the capsule form, incorporates all the goodness of bitter melon thereby complementing your medications for diabetes. The bitter compounds present in it helps in lowering the blood sugar levels, improves glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity naturally. By enhancing the glucose tolerance, the Morpheme Bittermelon can help some patients to control the dosage of the anti-diabetic medications.
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.
- Helps in reducing the risk of health complications associated with diabetes
- Helps in improving insulin sensitivity
- Helps in reducing the blood glucose level
- Works as an appetizer
- Helps purify blood
- Helps in reducing blood glucose level
- Helps inhibit proliferation of cancer cells
- It works as an appetizer
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 control the blood glucose level. The bitter melon supplements can complement these anti-diabetic medications.
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.