The optimisation of the metabolism is - also according to the opinion of orthodox medicine - the only way to successfully defend against civilisation diseases such as overweight and its consequences. One of the most interesting plants for activating the metabolism is Momordica charantia.
Bitter cucumber, bitter melon or ampalaya, the Momordica charantia has many names and manifestations. In a unique production process, the unripe fruit, in which the bitter substances are particularly interesting, is processed in the most gentle way. The refined products are only processed in Austria and Germany. The ingredients of Momordica charantia include an insulin-like peptide (p-insulin), glycosides (momordin, charantin), and the alkaloid momordicin. They are the main contributors to the fact that the bitter cucumber has such a high status in the Far Eastern region and is also increasingly attracting attention in the Western world as a natural "metabolic activator". In Asian folk medicine, Momordica charantia is referred to as a "diabetes brake".
How does CHARANTEA® em>metabolic Mormodica cinnamon work?
Momordica charantia (also called bitter cucumber or bitter melon) not only has special effects on the metabolism, but also on digestion. With the bitter plant substances it contains, the tea speciality supports the gastrointestinal tract and promotes the release of bile acids. But what is even more decisive for overweight people: the substances contained in bitter cucumber inhibit the craving for sweets. This makes continuous weight loss possible in a natural way.
How should CHARANTEA® metabolic Mormodica cinnamon be used?
CHARANTEA® metabolic is suitable for regular use up to three times a day, preferably after meals, when the metabolism is stimulated by food intake.
Pour 350 - 500 ml of boiling water over the CHARANTEA® metabolic tea bag. Cover and let steep for 5 - 7 minutes. If the tea is left to brew for longer, it may become bitter.
Recommended daily amount 1 - 1.5 litres. CHARANTEA® metabolic is not suitable for pregnant women and children.
54 % bitter melon (Momordica Charantia), 22 % cinnamon bark (Cortex Cinnamomi), 7 % lemongrass (Folium Citronellae), 5 % cardamom fruit (Fructus Cardamomi), 5 % cocoa shell (Cortex Cacao), 4 % ginkgo leaves (Folium Ginkgo Bilobae), 3 % liquorice root (Radix Liquiritiae)