Description: momordica grosvenori extract is a perennial
vine, cultivated in northern Guangxi of China. Its dried fruits are
ellipse or round, with brown or snuff surface and abundant small pale
and black hairs. People have used it for centuries for both its sweet
flavor and its medicinal property in China. After processed, it can be
used as a remedy for colds and congestion of the lung.
Nowadays momordica grosvenori extract is used as a low calorie -
sweetening agent in juices or drinks, or it can be made into a desirable
Net weight: 160g
10 g X 16 tea bags
a) Has been used in
traditional Chinese medicine for colds, coughs, sore throats,
gastrointestinal disorder, as well as a blood purifier.
b) Is easily soluble in
water without any sediment. Mogroside is 300 times sweeter than cane sugar
and is low in calories. It is a stable, non-fermentable additive ideal for
c) Contains high amounts of
amino acids, fructose, vitamins and minerals. It is also used in
traditional Chinese cooking for flavor and nutrition. It is a versatile
natural sweetener that is ideally suited to replace artificial sweeteners
such as aspartame. It works well in beverages, baked foods, nutritional
foods, diet foods or any food product that requires either a low to no
carbohydrate sweetener or low to no calories. Cooking or baking does not
affect the flavor
or sweetness of it.
In southern China, Lo Han Kuo is popularly considered a longevity aid and
is used to balance heat buildup caused by internal conditions,
life-forces, or external heat. It is used as an expectorant and
antitussive to treat lung congestion, cough, other respiratory ailments,
and sore throat. Lo Han Kuo is a low-caloric, low-glycemic food used
as a sweetener in beverages and cooked food.