Ampalaya (Momordica Charantia Linn) Pastillas

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CHAPTER 3
METHODOLOGY
Material:

Ampalaya

½ Cup of grinded ampalaya

3 cups of Nido Full Cream Powdered Milk

½ Cup of Alaska Condensed Milk

½ Cup of Alaska Evaporated Milk

Cellophane Paper

PROCEDURE

In making the Ampalaya Pastillas, first prepare ½ cup of grinded ampalaya, 3 cups of Nido Full Cream Powdered Milk, ½ cup of Alaska Condensed Milk, ½ cup of Alaska Evaporated Milk and Cellophane Paper. Second, in a pan, boil the grinded Ampalaya in Alaska Evaporated Milk for 5Minutes and then set it aside to cool. Then, in another bowl mix the grinded ampalaya with Nido Full Cream Powdered Milk and Alaska Condensed Milk until well blended. Finally, form the mixture into cylindrical shape and wrap in Cellophane Paper.

CHAPTER 2

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

Ampalaya, amargoso or bitter gourd (Momordica Charantia Linn) is one of the most important commercial and backyard fruit vegetables in the country today. It has both nutritive and medicinal use. The fruit and leaves of which are used as vegetable and the latter are further used as a laxative for newborn babies while the stem and roots as antidotes for fever. They are rich in calcium, phosphorous, iron, carbohydrates and vitamin B. It is also known to cure diabetes, arthritis, rheumatism, asthma, warts, and ulcer. The Commercial cultivation of the crop is concentrated to to region II and IV. Generally two types are being grown the Sta. Rita type, which is long, dark green and less warty and the Pinakbet type which is short and warty and much bitter in flavor.

Herbal Benefits of Ampalaya

Good for rheumatism and gout

And diseases of the spleen and liver

Aids in lowering blood sugar levels

Helps in lowering blood pressure

Relives headaches

Disinfects and heals wounds & burns

Can be used as a cough & fever remedy

Treatment of intestinal worms, diarrhea

Helps prevent some types of cancer

Enhances immune system to fight infection
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