Review Ku Gua Gan Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Bitter Melon, Momordica Fruit, Bitter Gourd, Gructus Momordicae Charantiae, Pare, Pare Pahit, Paria, peria, Bitter Squash, Art Pumpkin, Cerasee, Carila Cundeamor, Bitter Cucumber, Balsam-Pear, Balsam Apple Botanical Name: Momordica charantia fruit Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Ku Gua, Ku Gua Gan Ku Gua Gan Dosage: Consult your helathcare provider for your correct dose. Ku Gua Gan Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Ku Gua Gan Benefits & Information
Ku Gua Gan is a tradtional Chinese medicinal herb use to clear summer heat, support eyesight and to remove toxicity. Ku Gua Gan benefits include immune system booster, support skin health, promote eye health and support healthy glucose levels. In addition to it's medicinal usesKu Gua Gan is also widely used as a food source in many cuisines. Ku Gua Gan Properties: Bitter Cold Ku Gua Gan Channels / Meridians: Heart, Lung, Spleen, Stomach Ku Gua Gan Naturally Occurring Chemical Components: 5α-Stigmasta-7,25-dien-3β-ol, 5-hydroxytryptamine, Gamma-aminobutyric acid, Lutein, Lycopene, Mutachrome, Oxalate, Oxalic acid
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