Moringa


Moringa

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Moringa is a large tree native to Northern India and the Himalayas, but grows well also in the tropics. The entire tree (leaves, bark, flowers, roots, fruit and seeds) is used to make medicine for internal and external use. The leaves are highly nutritious, loaded with Protein, vitamins, minerals such as iron and calcium, and antioxidants to help protect our cells from damage. 

ACTIONS

Stimulates Immunity health

Moringa is highly nutritious and is known to contribute to overall wellness and immunity.

Help Lower Blood Pressure and Blood sugar levels

Moringa is known to help lower symptoms involved with diabetes.

Antioxidant

Moringa is known to promote antioxidant activity and optimal health of the cells. Antioxidants scavenge molecules in the body known as free radicals, which damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death. Antioxidants can fight free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause.

Natural Antibiotic

Moringa is known to hold anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-parasitic functions.

Anti-inflammatory

Inflammation is the body’s natural response to infection or injury as a protective mechanism. If sustained or prolonged, inflammation can lead to major health issues and chronic diseases. Moringa is known to help relief symptoms of arthritis and joint pain (rheumatism).

Heart Health

In addition to help regulate the blood health, Moringa is known to help reduce cholesterol levels, both contributing to greater heart health.

Brain Health

Due to its high content of Vitamins E and C and antioxidants, Moringa is known to help improve brain health. Is is believed to help normalize the neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine and noradrenaline, which all play major roles in memory, mood, organ function and response functioning.

Liver Health

The liver is responsible for blood detoxification, bile production, fructose metabolism, fat metabolism and nutrient processing. Moringa contains a high concentrations of antioxidants (polyphenols) that help protect the liver from toxicity, oxidation and damage.

Skin Health

Moringa is believed to have antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that fight infections and bacteria on the skin. It is known to have blood-clotting properties as a means to help reduce the bleeding from scrathes, cuts, wounds. Moringa’s germ-killing properties are known to be useful for treating athlete’s foot, dandruff, warts, wounds, infections, and gum disease.

Aphrodesiac

Moringa is known to help increase sex drive.

Carminative (Relieving gas, stomach and intestinal pain)

Moringa is known to help relieve stomach and intestinal ulcers, gas pain, diarrhea, intestinal ulcers and spasms and constipation.

Respiratory Issues

Moringa is commonly taken to help reduce symptoms of asthma as well as reduce the severity of asthma attacks.

Increased Breast Milk Production

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