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Cerasee (Momordica Charantia) 1.5 oz

Origin: Jamaica


Disclaimer:  This is for educational purposes only.  The information herein does not constitute as medical advice.  Consult with a qualified healthcare professional or herbalist for personalized guidance.


Cerasee, also known as bitter melon or Momordica charantia, is a popular Jamaican herb.  This tropical vine plant produces a unique and bitter-tasting fruit. It's widely used for its potential health benefits, particularly in traditional medicine. 



Cerasee is known for its bitter taste and is believed to have various medicinal properties. It is typically grown in tropical regions and is available in various forms, including fresh, dried, or as an extract.  It's commonly used in traditional medicine systems, in the Caribbean and Central America, for its potential to treat various health conditions. Cerasee is rich in nutrients and bioactive compounds  including Vitamin A, B (1,2,3 and 9) and C, Folate, Fibre, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron, Phosphorous, Alkaloids, and antioxidants (catechin and gallic acid primarily, phenols, flavonoids, etc).


Health Benefits: 

Cerasee is commonly used to lower blood sugar levels, boost the immune system, and act as an anti-inflammatory agent. It is also used for its anti-parasitic properties.  This detoxifying herb also has mild laxative and diuretic properties.  Cerasee is widely used as a blood cleanser and can be very helpful for women with menstrual and womb problems. 


Directions for Use:

Boil Cerasee leaves in Spring water for 2 minutes to make a tea.  Let steep for 10-15 minutes before drinking.  For best health benefits it is recommended to drink Cerasee as is, without sweeteners or additives.  You may drink 1-2 cups daily for up to nine (9) days, then take a break.  



**Do not use Cerasee for more than nine (9) days at a time.**  Excessive consumption of Cerasee can lead to liver injury.  Over-consumption may also cause stomach cramps, diarrhea, digestive discomfort.

- Cerasee is very bitter, and not everyone may enjoy its taste. If using it for its potential health benefits, be prepared for the strong bitter flavor.

- Pregnant or breastfeeding women, as well as individuals taking medications, should consult a healthcare provider before using Cerasee, as it may interact with certain drugs and have contraindications.



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