There’s Something Miraculous About Moringa
Healthy food advocates and natural medicine practitioners are praising Moringa. It is being touted as the new crop of superfoods and has a variety of health benefits.
We’ve recently jumped on the Moringa bandwagon too, as we are using it daily as a preventative.
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Known as Moringa oleifera, Moringa is a small tree from India and Nepal. People from this region have been using it for generations to help prevent and cure diseases like diabetes, cancer, liver disease, anemia, arthritis, and skin disorders.
Moringa is derived from the leaf, and can be used as a supplement in one’s diet.
Full of rich vitamins and minerals, it contains high dosages of Vitamins A, C, and E. It is also rich in potassium, calcium, and protein. Moringa is a powerful preventative that has properties which protect tissue and is highly nutritious.
One can also use Moringa as an inflammatory. Studies show that it can lower inflammation cells in the body and suppresses inflammatory enzymes those who suffer from arthritis and other diseases can experience.
And if that wasn’t enough, Moringa helps to heal wounds. The blood-clotting properties within it can speed up clotting time and helps reduce bleeding.
As you can see, Moringa is a versatile yet powerful natural tool to help you combat many medical issues.
Moringa is available in powder form. To use it, simply add it to your juice or smoothie. You can also drink it as tea. The taste is subtle, grainy, and somewhat earthy. It is mild in flavor, so adding it to drinks is the best way to go.
Follow the directions on the can of Moringa, and consult your physician before adding it to your diet. Some people have experienced soft stool or mild diarrhea if taken more than 1 teaspoon per day.
Moringa oil and pill supplements are also available.