Benefits of Bitter Gourd(Karela)|Varieties,Healing properties,Use of bitter gourd.

                           Bitter gourd

Benefits of Bitter Gourd

Benefits of Bitter Gourd

  Benefits of Bitter Gourd.Karela is a famous herb found almost everywhere in India.  It also occurs in Malaya, China, and Africa.  Karela is referred to in Sanskrit as Karvellak, Kathilla, Sushuvi, Caraveli, and Kshudarakaravellak;  Karela, Kareli, and Chota Karela in Hindi;  Karla, Uchhe, Corolla, Chhota Karla and Chhota Uchchha in Bungalow;  Karle, Karli Petty Karli and Small Karli in Marathi;  Karelian, Karate, Bitter Bella in Gujarati;  Bitter gourd and Hairy Mordica in English;  And in Latin, it is called Momordica charantia and Momordica Muricata.

 There is a creeper of bitter gourd.  Its flower is yellow.  The fruit is thick in the middle and serially on both sides.  The skin is rough or embossed.

  The color of the fruit is usually green which turns yellow when ripe, along with the bitter gourd seeds and pulp become red at that time.

 The yield of karela varies from Baisakh to Ashadh.  As soon as it rains, its creeper rot.  But the same vine grows again and grows in winter.  Bitter gourd produced in winter is good and tasty.
                   Varieties of bitter gourd

 There are three types of bitter gourd: -

(1) bitter gourd - This gourd is 3 inches to one and a half feet long.  Its creeper is long.  It is available in two colors, green and white.

  Green curry is found more and white-colored somewhere.  Karela of the white color is often very long.  White Karela is especially found towards Malwa and Marwar.  The skin of this type of bitter gourd is thin and it is good to eat.

 (2) Kareli - It is one inch to 3 inches long, ie shorter than Karela.  It is usually elliptical and has a long elongation.  The color is the same as the bitter gourd and also the qualities etc.

  (3) Wild bitter gourd - The fruits of this type of bitter gourd are very small and very bitter.  There is another variety of wild bitter gourd whose vine is very long and the seed is the seed in the fruit, the pulp is just a name.  It is often smaller than the fruit of Kareli.

                   chemical analysis

 Water in the bitter gourd is 92.4 percent, small more;  Mineral content is 0.4 percent, smaller is 1.4 percent;  Protein 1.6 percent, small by 2.6 percent;  Fat 0.2%, Small in 1.2%;  Carbohydrate 8.2 percent, small in 9.00 percent;  Calcium 0.03, Small 05.0% Phosphorus -07, Small 0.17, Iron Percent 22 mg, Small 9.4 Mg, Vitamin A per hundred grams International Unit 210;  210 even in small; 3 vitamin B per hundred grams EU 24, even in the same small;  Vitamin C is found in 4 milligrams per hundred grams.

                    Healing properties

  According to the Ayurveda, Karela is short, harsh, tikt( Sulfurous) vipak(result) and bitter and warm.  It can prevent, stimulate, digestion, gall bladder, wormwood, diuretics, stimulants, antipyretic, mildew, antipruritic, anticonvulsant, inflammatory, ulcerative, planting, exudation, anesthesia, pain-affliction, emesis, breast-feeding, and fattening, gum,  There are spleen, colic, pandu, spur, and leprosy.  Iron is needed for liver and blood, and phosphorus for bone, tooth, brain and other bodily components is fully met by a bitter gourd.  Compared to the bitter gourd, bitter gourd is particularly mild indigestion, accelerates gastritis, and aloes.
             Use of bitter gourd in diseases

1. Swelling of the hands and feet- Grind cinnamon finely in water and apply it to the swollen swelling.

2. Arthritis-Applying on the swelling of arthritis by grinding the fruit is beneficial. Also, consume bitter gourd daily.

 3. Burning from fire - after burning with fire, remove the juice of bitter gourd and apply it to the burnt area, the flame will be peaceful.

4. Jaundice - Grind fresh bitter gourd with water and sieve it and give it to the patient. Two-four diarrhea is beneficial.

 5. Mouth blister - Take 1 teaspoon of sugar juice, mix a little chalk soil and some native sugar in it and keep licking the patient in small amounts.
6. Diabetes - In this disease, drinking 1-2 weeds of fresh bitter gourd daily is beneficial.  Or dry the bitter gourd in pieces, then make a fine powder and after that take 3 to 4 pieces of honey with water daily.  By this, the sugar in the urine stops gradually.  In this disease, gourd or Karakuri should be eaten exclusively.

7. The treatment of bitter gourd for blood-disorder-diabetes is also helpful in this disease.  8. Spleen enlargement: Consuming a mixture of small rye and salt powder in the juice of bitter gourd is beneficial in spleen enlargement.

 9. Swelling of the throat: Grind dried bitter gourd in vinegar and heat it and apply it on throat swelling.

   Some foods made with bitter gourd

 Bitter gourd cravings - While making gourd garnish, it should not be peeled, instead, the whole gourd should be cut into pieces with its skin.

 Washing chopped vegetables with saltwater and throwing that water is also not good. Because by doing so many useful juices of bitter gourd are wasted.

 The bitter gourd should be sprinkled with ghee and cumin seeds and fry on low heat, but it should not be allowed to burn. After cooking Tarkari, you should leave salt in it and eat it. To leave spices etc. in the bitter gourd is to destroy its properties.

 Bitter Gourd's Bharta - Fry the bitter gourd in a pan or boil it in a little water, crush it and give it a form of Bharata. Thereafter, rock salt and black pepper should be mixed in it. Some people do not like to add chili to the bitter gourd since he is bitter himself. Some people add mustard oil and garlic pieces to it.

 The benefits of bitter gourd in eating bitter gourd are even greater, most people eat less bitter gourd due to its bitterness, but in today's world, everyone eats it because of its benefits, because it eliminates diseases like diabetes from the root.

  Let's make people like to drink bitter gourd juice in the morning today. If you like our information, then share it with your friends and friends so that it can be healthy.

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