Moringa is one of the most powerful health-enhancing plants. While many things found in Nature can have one or two health benefits, however Moringa has many.
Moringa is a plant that is native to the sub-Himalayan areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. It is also grown in the tropics. The leaves, bark, flowers, fruit, seeds, and root are used to make medicine. Moringa is one of the most powerful health-enhancing plants. While many things found in Nature can have one or two health benefits, Moringa has many
The moringa tree is also called the "Miracle Tree" and "Tree of Life" because of its many benefits and uses. It is a fabulous food source, as most, if not all, of the tree is edible and nutritious. In fact moringa is being to used to combat malnutrition in poor countries, and has been written up in scientific journals because of its nutritional and medicinal properties.
Moringa contains more than 92 nutrients and 46 types of antioxidants, 36 Anti-Inflammatories and is said to cure about 300 diseases. It also almost contains all the vitamins found in fruits and vegetables, and with all it's health benefits this miracle herb can easily be deemed one of the most nutritious herbs on Earth. Also, there are virtually no side effects and can be consumed by both children and adults. Today, millions world over have started using Moringa based products in smoothies, pastas, bread and to reap the everlasting health benefits of the extraordinary ‘Moringa’ herb.
Facts about Moringa
- 92 Nutrients
- 46 Antioxidants
- 18 Amino Acids & 9 Essential Amino Acids
- Boosts The Immune System
- Promotes Circulation
- Supports Normal Glucose Levels
- Anti-Aging Benefits
- Aids Digestion
- Promotes Heightened Mental Clarity
- Boosts Energy Without Caffeine
BENEFITS TAKEN ORALLY
- Treats Asthma (3 grams twice daily for three weeks reduced asthma symptoms and the severity of asthma attacks in adults.
- Increasing breast milk production. Evidence shows that taking 250 mg of a specific moringa supplement twice daily after childbirth increases breast milk production.
- Constipation & Diarrhea
- Birth control
- Boosts Immunity
- Stomach Pain/Gastritis
- Ulcers (Stomach & Intestinal)
- Heart Issues
- High Blood Pressure
- Kidney Stones
- Thyroid Issues
- Excellent Nutritional Supplement
- Increases Sex Drive
APPLIED TOPICALLY TO THE SKIN
- Athlete’s Foot
- Skin Infections
- Gum Disease/Gingivitis
Moringa Oil is also being praised as the new wonder oil, yet it's hardly new. It has been used for health and beauty for centuries. In ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt it was used in making perfume and to protect the skin. The oil was (and still is) combined with extracted flower fragrance and used for hair oils because it absorbs and retains the scents.
Moringa oil comes from the seeds of the moringa oleifera tree, which is the most common species.The moringa tree is also called the "Miracle Tree" and "Tree of Life" because of its many benefits and uses. Most, if not all, of the tree is edible and nutritious, and it has been used to combat malnutrition in poor countries and shared in scientific journals due to the nutritional and medicinal properties.
Moringa Oil is fabulous when used as a daily skin treatment for wrinkles and sun damage combined gum of frankincense and ground Cyprus grass mixed with fermented plant juice. A venerated oil, vases of moringa oil were found inside ancient tombs.
Skin Care Benefits
Moringa oil is found in numerous cosmetics due to moisturizing, cleansing and emollient properties. It’s used in shampoos and conditioners and other hair care products, lotions, body oils, lip balms, anti-aging and wrinkle creams, face creams, soaps and body wash, perfume and deodorants. It’s used for aromatherapy and massage oils because it blends well with essential oils and is a good carrier oil.
Moringa oil absorbs easily into the skin, improving the appearance and radiance of skin. It has skin healthy nutrients like vitamin A, which helps build collagen in the skin, vitamin C to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and the healing and anti-inflammatory benefits of vitamin E.