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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Ampalaya for Diabetes.The hypoglycemic chemicals found in Ampalaya Bitter Melon include a mixture of steroidal saponins known as charantins, insulin-like peptides, and alkaloids. The fruit has also shown the ability to enhance cells uptake of glucose, to promote insulin release, and potentiate the effect of insulin. Ampalaya for Hemorrhoids Powdered leaves and root decoction of Ampalaya are applied to hemorrhoids as astringent. Ampalaya for Stomach ProblemsAmpalaya leaf juice is used to expel intestinal parasites, treat dysentery, diarrhea, and chronic colitis. Grounded seeds may also be used. Taken in a spoonfull 3x a day until ailment subsides. Ampalaya for CoughAmpalaya leaf juice is used for mild coughs for children. Administered in a teaspoon 3x a day. Ampalaya for BurnsScalds and Wounds. Pounded Ampalaya seeds or leaf are used to treat burns, scalds and wounds. Other acclaimed uses are for the treatment of HIV, treatment of fever and headaches, treatment of rheumatism and gout, disease of the spleen and liver. Ampalaya as Anti-CancerTwo compounds extracted from ampalaya bitter melon, α-eleostearic acid (from ampalaya seeds) and dihydroxy-α-eleostearic acid (from the ampalayafruit) have been found to induce apoptosis of leukemia cells in vitro. Diets containing 0.01% ampalaya bitter melon oil (0.006% as α-eleostearic acid) were found to prevent azoxymethane-induced colon carcinogenesis in rats.
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