Bitter gourd is one of the nature's most bountiful gifts and has a good demand due to its special culinary taste and it is also considered to be a good source of dietary fibres. The immature fruits of bitter gourd can be fried, deep-fried, boiled, pickled, juiced, and dried to drink as tea.
Bitter gourd is anti-diabetic, stimulant, stomachic, laxative, blood purifier and control diabetes. Bitter gourd is a very wonderful vegetable not only providing nutrition but also offering several components which show medicinal properties against a wide number of diseases. Most of its chemical constituents have been explored for treating conditions like diabetes, stomach disorders, pain, viral and bacterial infections as well as life threatening cancer and HIV infections too.
On the other hand, when it comes to Jamun, it’s entire plant (seeds, fruit pulp, leaves, flower and bark) is renowned for its medicinal value. Jamun encompasses its use in various traditional medicinal systems like Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathic and in Sri Lankan and Tibetan medicinal system of alternative and complementary medicines.
Studies have demonstrated its several pharmacological effects like antibacterial,antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant potential, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, anti-diabetic, hypolipidemic, cardioprotective,anti-diarrhoeal, anti-allergy, anti-fertility, anti-pyretic, chemopreventive,radioprotective etc.
This amazing eBook will give you a research based insight into the amazing combination of Karela & Jamun…
- KARELA/BITTER GOURD
- USES OF DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE BITTER GOURD PLANT
- COMMON USES OF BITTER GOURD/KARELA
- ANTI-DIABETIC/HYPOGLYCAEMIC & ANTI-OBESITY ACTIVITY
- ANTI-BACTERIAL & ANTI-VIRAL ACTIVITY
- ANTI-CANCER ACTIVITY
- SKIN, HAIR & RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS
- BLOOD PURIFIER
- JAMUN/INDIAN BLACK BERRY
- ANTI-DIABETIC/HYPOGLYCAEMIC ACTIVITY
- OTHER BENEFICIAL PROPERTIES OF JAMUN
- COMMON USES OF JAMUN