Native to tropical & Subtropical regions of South Asia, Moringa is rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds. Almost all parts of the tree are eaten or used as ingredients in traditional herbal medicines.
- Moringacene Family
- Native to tropical + subtropical regions of South Asia.
- Rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds. Almost all parts of the tree are eaten or used as ingredients in traditional herbal medicines. It is an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals. One downside of Moringa is the leaves may contain high levels of antinutrients which can reduce the absorption of minerals and proteins. Taking Moringa in capsules won’t supply many nutrients. It is extremely low in fats and contains no harmful cholesterol. It is highly nutritious and would be beneficial for people who are lacking in essential nutrients. Moringa is used safely in doses up to 6 grams daily for up to 3 weeks.
- Contains– Vitamin A, Vitamin Bl, B2, B3, B6, Vitamin C, Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Beta-Carotene, Quarcetin (lowers blood pressure), Chlorogenic Acid (moderates blood sugar levels after meals).
- Uses– Anti-inflammatory, lower cholesterol, arsenic toxicity, anemia, arthritis, joint pain, cancer, constipation, diarrhea, epilepsy, stomach pains, stomach and intestinal spasms, headaches, heart problems, high blood pressure, kidney stones, fluid retention, thyroid disorders, swelling, boosting the immune system, bacterial, fungal, viral + parasitic infections, increasing sex drive, depression.
- Uses– When applied to the skin it is used as a germ killer, drying agent, infections, athletes’ foot, dandruff, gum disease, snake bites, warts, and wounds
- Medicines to be aware of: Levothyroxine, diabetes medications, high blood pressure medications, and any other medicine that is broken down by the liver.
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