Bitter melon is certainly used in several countries to treat and prevent malaria, but there do not appear to be any studies which support this.
I have a Filipino friend who got maleria at the age of 8. Her mother told her to drink the bitter melon drink she gave her and she would get well and she did.
You can eat bitter melon seeds (Monodic genus) if they are cooked. Dried bitter melon seeds are found in remedies against diabetes and malaria, so presumably they can be eaten in small quantities at least.
No, and it all depends on the size and how dark a green the bitter melon is.
The scientific name of the bitter melon is Momordica charantia.
Bitter melon is a natural hypoglycemic and has antiviral properties.
Bitter Melon Farm was created on 2002-04-23.
Because it is natural.
Bitter Melon or Bitter Gourd
Bitter Melon by Cara Chow was published December 28th, 2010. The book, Bitter Melon, is based in the 1980's and is about a Chinese-American girl named Frances.
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Regions of the world that grow bitter melons are Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. Other names for bitter melon include goya, bitter squash, karavella and bitter gourd.
Bitter Melon is known as the most bitter vegetable in the world..
If too much bitter melon juice is taken, it can cause mild abdominal pain or diarrhea.
It is a fruit grown on the vine bitter melon
A Lemon is a bitter fruit. Grapefruit is another bitter fruit. ------------------------------------------------------------ BITTER is that the KARELA (bitter melon), the most bitter fruit in the world especially when it is ripe.
Patients who do not mind the extremely bitter taste can eat a small melon. Juice: Up to 50 ml of fresh bitter melon juice can be taken once a day. Tincture: 5 ml doses two or three times per day.
Bitter Melon is the English name for Gobyab. Gobyab is from the gourd family. Its flesh is used in Asian cooking and a tea or broth for cooking can be made from dried bitter melon. The tea is very mild and does not have a strong bitter flavour. In traditional Chinese medicine, bitter melon can be used to aid digestion and lower blood sugar.