This is being called the ‘miracle tree’ and with good reason, it is overflowing with fats, proteins, vitamins, and other nutrients. Would you use this supplement?
The tree I am referring to is the Moringa, it’s flowers, roots, leaves, and bark have been used as nutritional supplements for quite some time now. They are also used in many cosmetics and possess intense medicinal potential. Moringa is rich in fiber and can cleanse any excess waste in your intestines.
It contains nine times more protein than yogurt and the seeds from this can even purify water! On top of all of this it contains a powerful antibiotic that can eliminate ulcers and gastric cancer. The benefits of this tree seem to have no end.
If you are dealing with thyroid issues, iron deficiency, or any sort of cancer or tumor this is the plant you need to be using. Moringa is beneficial enough to be found in the homes of people across the globe. If you don’t already have some I strongly suggest you add it to your home garden.
Throughout the world, moringa is used for treating serious conditions including:
- inflammation-related diseases
- arthritis and other joint pain, such as rheumatism
- allergies and asthma
- constipation, stomach pains and and diarrhea
- stomach and intestinal ulcers or spasms
- chronic headaches
- heart problems, including high blood pressure
- kidney stones
- fluid retention
- thyroid disorders
- low sex drive
- bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections
Here are some interesting facts about the vitamins and minerals in this amazing plant.
- two times the amount of protein of yogurt
- four times the amount of vitamin A as carrots
- three times the amount of potassium as bananas
- four times the amount of calcium as cows’ milk
- seven times the amount of vitamin C as oranges
It Contains Antioxidants to Help Reduce Inflammation
Moringa continues to gain traction as a powerful natural remedy and replacement to conventional pharmaceuticals because it contains some of the same compounds as the drugs do without the dangerous side effects. According to a report published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, moringa contains essential amino acids, carotenoid phytonutrients, as found in carrots and tomatoes, and antibacterial compounds that work identically to those found in medicines.
Inflammation can cause many problems within the body, but moringa can fight inflammation due to the strong anti-aging compounds present in the plant, including Vitamin C, beta-carotene, quercetin, and polyphenols. These compounds help to reduce risks for certain types of cancers, high blood pressure, and other chronic diseases.
Balance Hormones Naturally
In a 2014 study published in the Journal of Food Science and Technology, researchers selected ninety postmenopausal women between the ages of 45–60 years to test how different levels of moringa would affect their hormones. Results showed that supplementing with moringa and amaranth caused marked increases in antioxidants in the body along with impressive decreases in oxidative stress.
Also researchers found better fasting blood glucose levels and increases in hemoglobin, leading them to draw the conclusion that moringa can prevent hormonal changes and age-related diseases.
Moringa Plant Promotes Brain Health and Prevents Mood Swings
Moringa contains a significant amounts of protein, and is packed with tryptophan, which helps the body to produce the relaxation hormone called serotonin. Moringa can also help reduce fatigue, depression, mood swings, and insomnia, according to some studies.
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