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Medicinal uses of bitter gourd

Benefits of bitter gourd

If there's one vegetable that kids and adults alike refuse to eat, it's the bitter gourd. Because no one likes the bitterness of this vegetable. But the nutrients in it bring many benefits to the body. Knowing about the nutrients that bitter gourd gives, we will not say no to it.


There are many types of bitter gourd. But farmers produce only two types of it. One is short and the other is long. The shorter one is called the bird head bitter gourd and the longest is called the horned bitter gourd. It is also known as Bagal and Pavakkai.

Bitter gourd contains twice as much calcium as spinach. It helps in the growth of our bones and teeth. Similarly, it contains twice as much potassium as bananas. Potassium is essential for muscle strength, nervous system function, and heart health.

Bitter gourd contains twice as much beta carotene as broccoli. Beta carotene is converted into vitamin A in our body. It is good for our eyes and skin.

This vegetable is also rich in flavonoids such as vitamin A, B, C, beta-carotene, lutein, iron, zinc, potassium, manganese, and magnesium.


Medicinal uses of bitter gourd

1. Bitter gourd juice is used as the best medicine to fight type 2 diabetes.
2. Plays an important role in the destruction of cancer cells in the pancreas.
3. Boil bitter gourd or its leaves in hot water and eat it daily to boost the body's immune system. Expelling stomach worms.
4. Vitamin C and antioxidants in bitter gourd protect the eyes from damage.
5. Polypeptide-B, a chemical found in bitter gourd, acts like insulin and lowers blood sugar levels.
6. It is high in fiber and is very helpful for digestion. Purifies the blood by expelling toxins from the body.
7. Bitter gourd kills insects in the food bag. Stimulates appetite and soothes bile.
8. It helps women who have had a baby secrete more breast milk.
9. Bitter gourd, if added to the diet often, cough, gastritis, by the way, stomach worms will be eliminated.

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