The Moringa herb originates from South Asia, and is also known as “drumstick”.
It has powerful antioxidant properties and has been used as a natural medicine in the treatment of various health issues.
According to Jillian Levy, CHHC:
“Although this plant was initially discovered for its beneficial properties thousands of years ago, only recently has Maringa (sometimes called the Ben oil tree) become known as one of the most impressive herbal supplements to hit the holistic health market.
In fact, in 2008 the National Institute of Health called Moringa (Moringa oleifera) the “plant of the year,” acknowledging that “perhaps like no other single species, this plant has the potential to help reverse multiple major environmental problems and provide for many unmet human needs.”
Its leaves and fruits are full of minerals and vitamins. A cup of Moringa pods provides:
- 157% RDA vitamin C.
- 19% of Vitamin B6-
- 9% of Vitamin A-
- 2 g of protein
- 12% of vitamin C
- 11% of vitamin B2 riboflavin
- 11% of iron
- 8% of magnesium
Jillian Levy adds:
“Clearly, Moringa benefits are highly touted and deservedly so. To date, over 1,300 studies, articles, and reports have focused on Moringa benefits and this plant’s healing abilities that are important in parts of the world that are especially susceptible to disease outbreak and nutritional deficiencies. Research shows that just about every part of the Moringa plant can be utilized in some way, whether it’s to make a potent antioxidant tea or produce an oily substance that lubricates and nourishes the skin. “
Here are some of its health benefits:
Anti-aging— Moringa is rich in vitamin A, which strengthens the immune system, improves eyesight, and slows down the aging process.
Headaches— Prepare a juice out of the roots and jiggery of the herb and sip it to relieve a headache.
Blood: The pods and leaves of this herb cleanse the blood, and treat various skin conditions, such as pimples and acne.
Bone health— Moringa strengthens the bones, prevents bone loss, and boosts overall health since it is rich in calcium and iron.
Eye health— Grind Moringa leaves and apply the paste on the eyes to treat conjunctivitis, corneal issues, and relieve swellings.
Blood sugar- Moringa herb has been found to significantly lower high blood sugar.
Cancer— It is abundant in antioxidants that prevent free radical damage, such as vitamin C, beta carotene, chlorogenic acid, and quercetin.
Even though a big part of its potential is still not revealed, it is a fact that this amazing herb improves health in various different ways, so make sure you include it into your diet.
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