Bitter Gourd – Vietgro

Bitter Gourd

Bitter gourd, also known as bitter gourd or karela (in India), is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. It is the edible part of the plant Momordica Charantia, which is a vine of the Cucurbitaceae family and is considered the most bitter among all fruits and vegetables.

Bitter melon can be taken in several forms; it can be eaten as a fruit, made into juice, the seeds can be added to food in a powdered form, or it can be used in the form of a decoction by boiling pieces of the melon in water. Alternatively, bitter melon extract can be bought as a herbal supplement.

Bitter gourd contributes to a healthy diet, and benefits your health due to its rich nutrient content and Vitamins. Consuming bitter melon can help you get rid of acne, blemishes and deep skin infections. Bitter melon is useful in treating blood disorders like blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases.

Seasonality


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Varieties

BLACKIE KARELA

WELL-KNOWN FOR
A long, oval shaped fruit covered
Taste: more bitter
SIZE
Length: 15 - 18 cm
APPEARANCE
Dark green colored exterior when ripe
A narrower shape with pointed ends
A surface covered with sharp spines, jagged, and scattered tubercles

GREENIE 03

WELL-KNOWN FOR
Oblong shape or a cucumber-like shape
Taste less bitter
Texture: crunchy and watery
SIZE
Length: 19 - 21 cm
Diameter: 4.8 - 5.2 cm
Weight: 180 - 210 g/fruit
APPEARANCE
Glossy green colored exterior when it’s young
A long, oblong shape with bluntly tapering ends
A distinct warty surface covered with blunt tubercles and smooth ridges
Thick, tender and edible flesh
Large, flat and white seeds
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Storage Instrument

If Bitter Gourd is kept in cool places, it can last up to 15 days

Packaging

4 – 5 pcs/tray.

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