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Momordica cymbalaria as a common herb or important life saving method


       you may not be with familiar momordica cymbalaria  with this scientic name but you must be knowing there native names in india of momordica cymbalaria.
In places of karnataka state momordica cymbalaria are called as karchikai, In the places of andhra pradesh they are called as kasarakaya and in tamil nadu they are known as athalakai and this is the most anciant Indian herb which were used for various treatments and medicical use and for the use to treat diabetes. Also included in diabetic diets.
Though momordica cymbalaria herbs are only limited to certain place like madhya pradesh, karnataka, tamil nadu and andhra pradesh are site specific and are normally known as wild vegitable and is creeper or vines  by nature.

Momordica Cymbalaria is bitter in taste.

Medicnall value:

1. Treatment of gout,rheautism, spleen and liver disease.
2. Fruit juice and leaf tea - cure of diabetes, malaria, colic, sores and wound infection , worms and parasite, measels, hepatitis and liver ailments.
3. Also used to treat constipation, indigestion, diabetes, diarrhoea and rheumatism.

Treatment of diabetis:

Studies have shown that tratment with M. cymbalaria i diabetic rats shows heavely reduction in there sugar levels similarly weaght loss was also seen only in diabetic rats but not in normal rats.

Nutrient composition

High calcium content ( required for bones and teeth)
Vitamin C
Beta carotene

Health benifits

Reduce diabetis
Reduce ulcer
Makes heart rate normal
Weight loss
Anti cancer activity


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