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Karela

For Pre-Diabetes & Type-2 Diabetes mellitus

Introduction :

Enriched with therapeutic bitters, Karela is extremely useful in Type-2 Diabetes mellitus and Pre-diabetes as it significantly helps in lowering the raised blood sugar level, bringing it back within the normal limits.

Actions :

  • Possesses significant anti-diabetic action1, stimulates insulin secretion2, ameliorates insulin resistance and also plays an important role in the renewal of pancreatic β-cells3.
  • Attenuates body Fat accumulation4 and protects against Dyslipidemia, high-fat diet associates oxidative stress and neuroinflammation as well.
  • Improves Metabolic Syndrome.5
  • Protects against acne and skin infections.
  • Potent anti-tumour effect especially against Prostate and Liver Cancer.

Indications :

Karela is extremely useful in the following conditions:
 

  • (As an adjuvant in) Type-2 Diabetes mellitus and Metabolic Syndrome.
  • Acne and Skin infections.
     

Dosage / Serving Size

1 Capsule twice daily with water 15-20 minutes before meals.

Presentation

60 Capsules in a Single Pack.

References:

  • Mahomoodally MF, Subratty AH, et al. Traditional Medicinal Herbs and Food Plants have the potential to inhibit key carbohydrate hydrolysing enzymes in vitro and reduce post prandial blood glucose peaks in vivo. The Scientific World Journal. 2012; 2012: 285284.
  • Keller AC, Ma J, Kavalier A, et al. Saponins from the traditional medicinal plant Momordicacharantiastimulate insulin secretion in vitro. Phytomedicine. 2011; 19(1): 32-7.
  • Abdollahi M, Zuki AB, Goh YM, et al. Effects of Momordicacharantia on pancreatic histopathological changes associated with streptozotocin-induced diabetes in neonatal rats. Histology and Histopathology. 2011; 26(1): 13-21.
  • Chen PH, Chen GC, Yang MF, et al. Bitter melon Seed oil-attenuated body fat accumulation in diet-induced obese mice is associated with cAMP-dependent protein kinase activation and cell death in white adipose tissue. The Journal of Nutrition. 2012; 142(7): 197-204.
  • Tsai CH, Chen EC, Tsay HS, Huang CJ. Wild bitter gourd improves Metabolic Syndrome: a preliminary dietary supplementation trial. Nutrition Journal. 2012; 11:4.
     

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