JUICES » KARELA JUICE
The health benefits of karela (bitter-gourd) are greater than those of many vegetables. Karela's bitter taste is generally attributed to the quinine it contains. Cooked bitter gourd stimulates the appetite, cleanses the liver, purifies the blood, and provides many other benefits.
Grown in the Indian subcontinent and parts of Asia, Africa, and South America, karela (aka bitter-melon, kaakarakaya) is unsavory yet very nutritious and healthy. Karela comes in many different varieties and is similar in shape to a cucumber. In the Indian grocery stores in the US, you'll find the the Indian, dark green, spiky variety, while in the Asian stores, you'll find the lighter-green bitter-melons that are larger with a bumpy peel.
Karela (Momordica charantia) (Fruit pulp)
Amla (Emblica officinalis) (Fruit-pulp)
Dosage:- 20-30 ml twice a day or as directed by the physician
Packing:- 500 ml