By Violeta
1 years ago

Karelia or bitter melon as support for the treatment of cancer - A strong action against cancerous cells  The Karelia (bitte

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Karelia or bitter melon as support for the treatment of cancer
- A strong action against cancerous cells




The Karelia (bitter zucchini) in our country is still a little-known tree, but since it's a Christmas tree, you should certainly get to know it.



Numerous health benefits are associated with the consumption of bitter melon, which has long been known worldwide, and is especially used in Japan, where it is known as a means of longevity.



The bitter melon or Karelia is from the family Cucurbitaceae, lat. Momordica charantia, and grows in tropical and subtropical areas of Central and South America, Africa, and Asia. It is grown as food and medicine. The herb grows like a vine with long fragmented leaves and yellow flowers.



The fruit looks like a bud, elongated, similar to beans. The young fruit is green, and turns it into orange-yellow when it is whole meat. The mature fruit shoots, dissolves into three parts and releases numerous red seeds. All parts of the herb are bitter, but they are still eaten, and they refer to the leaf, the fruit, and the seeds.





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Jelenajeca So nice photo
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Nevena83 sta je to,zeno draga?😅
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maca1 Interesno nikogaš ne sum videla takvo nešto
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Justin Interesting article vio
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Violeta @Nevena83 ovo je gorlciva dinja ali kod nas jos nije poznato
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Melsdename Thank you for sharing
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dorageorg So tasty!😃
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frenchqueen Great info
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birjudanak Wonderful photography
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Deliana Very interesting article, my dear! 😘😘😘
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Tomi Very good article
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Explorer2017 very informative😉
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sanjad So nice photo
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carmen3521 So interesting!
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DAIANAGABAR So good article
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svetle76 nice photo
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OlgaLifeLover ow...really
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RalRey Yes, it is my country, it is well known, and it is abundant, it grows wild, it is known as "cundeamor"
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Strabunica013 Interesting article !😘😘😘
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