Karela

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Karela ek faile waala paudha hae jis ki garam des me hoe hae aur jiske fal ke khawa jaawe hae. Ii khaae me karrua hae. English me iske naam hae bitter melon nai to bitter gourd , goya Japanese me, ampalaya Tagalog me , aur karella Punjabi, Hindi-Urdu, Nepali and Bengali, khổ qua/ mướp đắng Vietnamese me. South American aur Caribbean me iske Carilla, Balsamino aur Saraseed bola jaawe hae.

Iske jaada kar ke India aur Indian subcontinent ke duusra des, aur Southeast Asia, China, Africa, aur Caribbean me boya jaawe hae.


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References

  • Abascal K, Yarnell E (2005) "Using bitter melon to treat diabetes" Altern Complemen Ther 11(4):179-184
  • H.K.Bakhru (1997). Foods that Heal. The Natural Way to Good Health. Orient Paperbacks. ISBN 81-222-0033-8.
  • Baldwa VS, Bhandari CM, Pangaria A, Goyal RK (1977) “Clinical trial in patients with diabetes mellitus of an insulin-like compound obtained from plant source” Upsala J Med Sci 82:39-41.

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