Bitter Gourd

Family Name : Cucurbitaceae ,English name : Bitter gourd ,Sanskrit: Karvellak ,Hinid: Karela


Its many properties are well known to all diabetic patients who especially consume its juice and its cooked dish.
Appearance:
Generally it is grown all over India. Its stem is soft and hairy. Leaves are 1-5 inches broad round with deep serrated corners and divided into 5-7 sections.
Flowers are shiny yellow in colour. Fruits are 1-2 inch long and thick from middle and pointed towards both the ends.
It promotes digestive function is purgative, bitter and cold. It cures cough, anaemia infections of wound, burning sensation, dermatoses and is anti pyretic. It cures fever, blood disorders, jaundice, and diabetes and is anthelmintic.
It is widely used to treat following:
Headache
Eye disorders
Ear pain
Stomatitis
Arthritis
Galactogogue
Throat problem
Nausea in children
Bleeding piles
Menstrual cycle
Diabetes
Intestinal worms
Cholera
Gout
Sexual vigour
Skin disorders
Pneumonia in children

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