SCIENTIFIC NAME: Moringa oleifera
Moringa or drumstick is high in nutritious value and high in vegetable oil. Moringa can be consumed in the form of tea, powder, or capsules. Moringa leaves and pods are a nutritional powerhouse, containing a high concentration of important amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. These long, thin green sticks with seed pods contain a potent blend of antioxidants, iron, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc are among the minerals found in abundance.
- Helps to reduce the level of elevated liver enzymes.
- Lower cholesterol level
- Prevents lipid peroxidation and related complications.
- Acts as a CNS depressant
- Treats edema with anti-inflammatory action.
- Improves digestive health.
- Boon for healthy and strong bones.
- Promotes kidney health.
- Nourishes skin and hair growth.
PRECAUTIONS/ SIDE EFFECTS
- Moringa has no toxicity or negative side effects in the body. It is safe to use orally for medical and nutritional purposes.
HOW TO USE (20-30)
- Every day, 500mg of Moringa leaf extract or 3g of Moringa seeds can be taken either as a powder, tea, or eaten as a raw vegetable.
- To control asthma/diabetes symptoms, take 1/4-1/2 teaspoon Moringa powder combined with honey or water with lunch and supper.
- To control high blood pressure, drink Moringa leaf juice.
- To boost bone health, drink Moringa tea. In a cup of water, combine 1-2 teaspoons of Moringa powder. Toss in with freshly grated ginger. Allow for 5-8 minutes for it to come to a boil. Strain the tea and drink it hot.
- Moringa oil lubricates and moisturizes the skin by restoring the skin's natural moisture barrier.