Soft Capsules - Momordica Horanskaya. 100 capsules.

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Properties: Pear Balm or Momordica charantial &mdash ; medicinal plant — Liana from the gourd family is widely used in traditional Tibetan-Chinese folk medicine as a medicine and to lower blood sugar levels in diabetics. The Chinese have used bitter melon for centuries as a remedy to increase the body's resistance to infections (viruses, bacteria, fungi). Recently, momordica has been widely used as a medicine for the destruction of cancer cells, leukemia cells, bacteria, viruses, tumors, lowering blood pressure, and gastrointestinal infections.
Analysis of momordica fruits showed the presence of glycosides, saponins, alkaloids, reducing sugars, resins, phenols, vegetable fats, free acids — folic, pantothenic and nicotinic. Folic acid is necessary for the creation and maintenance of new cells in a healthy state, the bone marrow suffers from a lack of folic acid, and the risk of developing cancerous tumors increases. Nicotinic acid contributes to the efficient flow of redox reactions. Momordica has been shown to increase the number of beta cells in the pancreas and thus improve the body's ability to produce insulin. Under the action of momordica, a protein is activated in the body, which improves the penetration of glucose into cells. Scientists believe that bitter melon — one of the effective natural medicines in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Momordica seeds are used to reduce blood sugar levels. Hypoglycemic properties are inherent in momordica, due to the large amount of calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus and iron. They are able to increase cellular glucose utilization, improve insulin secretion and potentiate the effect of insulin.
Momordica seeds lower total cholesterol and triglycerides in both the presence and absence of dietary cholesterol. Momordica and its extract inhibit the development of cancer and tumors. Numerous studies have demonstrated the anti-malignant and anti-leukemic activity of momordica against numerous cell lines, including liver cancer, leukemia, melanoma, and solid sarcomas. Momordica (and its isolated components) have also been found to have antiviral activity against numerous viruses, including Epstein's barr, herpes, and HIV viruses. In vivo studies of the leaf extract have demonstrated the ability to increase resistance to viral infections as well as provide an immunostimulatory effect. In addition to these properties, momordica extract has been clinically shown to have a broad spectrum of antibacterial activity, as well as against Helicobacter bacteria, which are the causative agents of stomach ulcers. It has long been used by Tibetan medicine as a therapeutic remedy for various diseases such as leukemia, diabetes, asthma, insect bites, monthly menstrual cycle problems, stomach problems, and many other diseases.
Momordica is widely used in folk medicine without any side effects. The use of bitter melon helps to reduce body fat and increase muscle mass, in this regard, it is especially useful for anemia and heavy loads, including sports, especially for overweight people. Useful in cardiovascular diseases and diseases associated with the treatment of certain types of cancer. Modern science has only recently discovered exactly how bitter melon has anti-diabetic and anti-cancer effects, and the Chinese have been using it for centuries in the treatment of diabetes and tumors, as well as a means of increasing immunity, improving the functional activity of the endocrine and metabolic systems, stimulating the activity of the nervous system.
It has also been found to enhance the body's immune response as a result of the activity of bitter melon components against viruses, bacteria and other enemies, such as cancer cells, that can threaten health. As soon as such a foreign cell is recognized by the biochemical cascade system (it includes more than 20 different proteins), a cascade reaction occurs with the formation of peptides (contained in bitter melon fruits) that attract immune cells (leukocytes-white blood cells and phagocytes). Phagocytes recognize and destroy foreign particles by phagocytosis (swallowing and subsequent intracellular digestion), or in the case of large foreign bodies, such as parasites or large tumor cells, — by releasing destructive particles on direct contact. Phagocytes are able to bind microorganisms and antigens on their surface, and then engulf and destroy them. Numerous studies have demonstrated the enhancement of the immune response, metabolic and endocrine activity of bitter melon against numerous cell lines, including liver cancer, leukemia, melanoma and sarcoma. .
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