This Bitter Melon Spagyric Tincture is made from fresh Bitter Melon. Vintage: 11/15/15. Momordica charantia is also known as balsam pear, bitter cucumber, bitter gourd, cundeamor, nigai uri, maiden's blush, or leprosy pear. Our Spagyric Tinctures are made with Organic, Ecodynamic, or Wildharvested Biomass and Tinctured with Organic Cane and/or Honey Spirits as our Veg Mercury. Once the tincture is made, we add Spagyric Salt of Salt of the Vegetable Kingdom and digest until reactions have stopped.
Historically Bitter Melon has been used for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, diabetes, weight loss, and immunomodulation. In TCM it is known as Ku Gua Gan and has historically been used to cool down the internal heat, for inflammation, to nourish the blood, Qi circulation, tonify the kidney and liver, purify the eyes, acne, psoriasis, eczema, lower cholesterol and clear the internal liver, gallbladder and stomach heat.
We make no claims as to the uses or efficacy of this product. There may be an enormous difference between what the herb has historically been used for and how any particular Spagyric Preparation of the herb can be used.
We aim to begin using IDF Analysis to provide IDF data of the detected phytochemicals and uses of each of our items of Spagyric Pharmacopoeia. Purchases of this product help to fund this enormous research project.
Wong, C. (July 2020). The Health Benefits of Bitter Melon. https://www.verywellhealth.com/the-benefits-of-bitter-melon-88317
Summertime Delight: 6 Health Benefits of Bitter Melon. https://www.tcmhealthcare.com.au/summertime-delight-6-health-benefits-bittermelon/
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