Vernonia amygdalina is a valuable medicinal as bitter leaf due to its characteristic, bitter taste and flavour, and can be used as an active anticancer, antibacterial, antimalarial and antiparastic agent.
Bitter leaf also helps to cleanse such vital organs of the body like the liver and the kidney. Bitter leaf is also used in the treatment of skin infections such as ringworm, rashes and eczema.
Bitter leaf juice helps in curing those suffering from insomnia. Take two glasses of bitter leaf juice every night, and your body system would be so calm you would sleep easily. You may add a little honey if you wish
The bitter leaf of neem is an effective remedy for treating diabetes as they are loaded with flavonoids, triterpenoid, anti-viral compounds and glycosides, which may help manage blood sugar levels
Suppressed immunity may impact fertility via the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. Bitter leaf has been shown to improve sperm parameters, but its effects on immunosuppression-associated infertility have not yet been documented.
But bitter leaf is a very special helper for your skin and body. It does not only reduce the chances of skin aging but also fights against the effects of free radicals.
The bitter extract can help to smooth your skin and prevent many skin problems. You can do face mask or wash your face with bitter leaf extract.
Boil the washed roots and stems of Bitter Leaf in 250 ml of water. Strain it off. Drink this infusion on an empty stomach to expel out the worms.
As antioxidants, the flavonoids and vitamins in bitter leaf extract could maintain sperm morphology, sperm survival and sperm function and therefore be regarded as a steady supply of additional nutrients to the treated rats over the control groups.
Bitter leaf though bitter in taste contains essential vitamins such as vitamins A, C, and E, vitamin B1 and B2. This wonder leaf helps treat dandruff, reduces hair fall and makes your tresses much stronger. ... High potassium in the leaf is useful to remove water and salt to treat hypertension.
Interestingly, Ocimum gratissimum and Vernonia amygdalina are regularly consumed as food additives during pregnancy, normally in the form of soup that is called bitter leaf soup, to promote easy progression, strengthen or tone the uterus muscle and prevent complications, such as pain, bleeding and abortion..
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