- Type: Herbal Extract
- Variety: Bitter Melon Extract
- Form: Powder
- Part: Fruit
- Extraction Type: Solvent Extraction
- Packaging: Drum, Plastic Container
- Place of Origin: Hunan, China (Mainland)
- Grade: First Grade
- Brand Name: Goldliloo
- Model Number: GL-P-8006
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||25 KG / Drum|
|Delivery Detail:||7 DAYS after payment|
Specifications1,Bitter Melon Extract:Charantin
3,Main Ingredient:10% Charantins UV
1% Charantin (&. Or ) 10% Total Saponins HPLC,
10% Charantins UV,
400uIU Phyto-Isulin(Insulin-like) Active Test Mehtod,
30:1, 60:1, 100:1
Goldliloo’s Bitter Melon Extract Features and Benefits:
Bitter Melon Extract is one of Goldliloo's most competitive products, with many advantages as list in the following, produced as our patent-pending process and know-how technology from bitter melon fruit.
How to get an effective Bitter Extract is not an easy thing. After a long time and hard scientific research by cooperation with some competent experts, we grasp the know-how technology. Processing by modern extraction and purification technique, we get a standard extract with the active compositions more than 100 times concentrated than the original materials. We standardize our extracts by the active ingredients of Bitter Melon, Total Saponins (commonly called Bitter Principle), especially by the most important one of them, Charantin. Our Total Saponins (Charantins) content may reach 10%, and Charantin 1%, which is actually a quite high level. Our technologies in both production and quality control have become ripe and stable. What's more, we are one of the few manufacturers who have achieved Charantin Standard Extracts and grasped its HPLC Test Methods.
The drugs based on our extract have an outstanding and long-lasting regulation effect on blood-glucose without any side effect. Clinical experiments indicated that patient who uses this product persistently for a long time could keep their blood-glucose level stable without any danger of hypoglycemia.
Our Bitter Melon P.E. has been accepted and highly appreciated by some important users in China, USA, and Japan.
• Produced with pure water only
• High purity: over 10% or 100:1
• NO solvent - residual free
• Natural Brown-Yellow in appearance
• High solubility in water
• High anti-bacteria, and longer shelf life
Bitter Melon Extract
Momordica charantia L.
Plant part used
Charantin(s), Total Saponins,
1% Charantin (&. Or ) 10% Total Saponins HPLC, 10% Charantins UV, 400uIU Phyto-I
HPLC, UV, Active Test Method
Synonyms--- Ku Gua, Balsam pear, Bitter gourd, Karela, Karolla, Momordica charantia, Goya
Chemical Name: (Beta-Sitosterol-Beta-D-Glucoside)
Molecular Formula: C35H60O6
• Anti-Diabetes (Hypoglycemia or Blood Glucose Lowering, adult-onset diabetes or type-II diabetes)
• Psoriasis Treatment
• Demulcent (Ache Relief)
Folk wisdom has it that bitter melon helps to prevent or counteract type-II diabetes. And it also is reported to help in the treatment psoriasis. It has also been thought that Bitter Melon may help in the treatment of HIV, but the evidence thus far is too weak to even consider. The ripe fruit of Bitter Melon has been suggested to exhibit some remarkable anti-cancer effects, but there is absolutely no evidence that it can treat cancer. However, preliminary studies do appear to confirm that Bitter Melon may improve blood sugar control in people with adult-onset diabetes (type-II diabetes).
A recent scientific study at JIPMER, India has proved that bitter melon increases insulin sensitivity. Also, in 2007, the Philippine Department of Health issued a circular stating that bitter melon, as a scientifically validated herbal medicinal plant, can lower elevated blood sugar levels. The study revealed that a 100 milligram per kilo dose per day is comparable to 2.5 milligrams of the anti-diabetes drug Glibenclamide taken twice per day. Bitter melon is sold in the Philippines as a food supplement and marketed under the trade name Charantia. Charantia capsules and tea are being exported to the United States, Canada, Europe, Mexico, Japan, Korea, and parts of the Middle East.
The mixture of steroidal saponins(glucosides) known as Charantins (including Charartin, Cerebroside, Goyasaponins, and momordicosides, four very promising bioactive compounds that Bitter Melon contains) activate a protein called AMPK, which is well known for regulating fuel metabolism and enabling glucose uptake, processes which are impaired in diabetics. "We can now understand at a molecular level why bitter melon works as a treatment for diabetes," said David James, director of the diabetes and obesity program at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney. "By isolating the compounds we believe to be therapeutic, we can investigate how they work together in our cells."
The alkaloids called Momordicine suppress neural response to sweet taste stimuli.
Bitter Melon Extract is safe, but various cautions are indicated. The seeds contain vicine and therefore can trigger symptoms of favism in susceptible individuals. In addition, the red arils of the seeds are reported to be toxic to children, and the fruit is contraindicated during pregnancy.
• The typical dose is 300-900mg per day (usually in 2-3 doses throughout the day).
• Consult physicians for different condition specifics.
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