Discover the power of Moringa
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Moringa, also known as the “miracle tree,” is a plant native Himalayan region of India, but it is now grown in many other countries worldwide. It is used for both medicinal and nutritional purposes and is considered a superfood due to its numerous health benefits.
Moringa goes way back to ancient times and has been used in herbal medicine and Ayurvedic health care for centuries. It was used by the ancient Greeks, Romans and the ancient warriors of India, who reportedly consumed Moringa leaves to give them more energy and strength, especially during war. “The benefits of Moringa were recognised long ago when used in Ayurvedic medicine over 4,000 years ago.
Benefits of the Moringa plant include
- Moringa is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, making it a highly nutritious food. It is particularly high in vitamins C and A, calcium, potassium, and protein.
- Antioxidant properties: Moringa is rich in antioxidants, which help protect the body against damage from free radicals.
- Anti-inflammatory properties: Moringa contains anti-inflammatory compounds, which can help reduce inflammation in the body.
- Lowering cholesterol: Moringa may help reduce cholesterol levels, lowering the risk of heart disease.
- Boosting the immune system: The high levels of vitamin C in moringa can help boost the immune system, which can help prevent illnesses and infections.
- Improving digestion: Moringa has been used to treat digestive problems like constipation and stomach ulcers.
- Managing diabetes: Some studies suggest that moringa may help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.
- Promotes Healthy Skin: Moringa powder is rich in antioxidants that help fight free radicals and protect the skin from damage. It contains antioxidants like flavonoids and polyphenols, which may combat premature ageing and wrinkles and keep your skin youthful.
- Support Brain Health: Moringa leaves contain compounds that help to support brain power and improve memories and concentration. It contains tryptophan, a precursor to serotonin and the happiness hormone to maintain a good mood.
- May help your sex drive: Sexual function is a complex process involving the brain, hormones, emotions, nerves and muscles, which are very sensitive to stress. Many herbs are known to be considered aphrodisiacs and have long been used to enhance libido. Animal studies found that Moringa may boost testosterone and reduce stress.
- Boost Energy: Moringa also contains B vitamins which help sustain long-term energy and supports healthy metabolic processes. And the great news is that you won’t be left with energy crashes, jitters or anxious feelings, which are common side effects of caffeinated beverage
Moringa is versatile and can be added to various recipes, from meals to snacks and beverages. It has been described as having earthy, grassy or green flavours. Here are a few ideas to try out:
- Add to your smoothies
- Sprinkle in humus
- Add to guacamole or your favourite dip
- Add to soups and salads
- Stir into a pasta sauce or pesto
- Bake into cookies and cakes
- Make the tea by adding the leaves to hot water, steep or add your favourite sweets.
Overall, the Moringa plant is a highly nutritious and beneficial superfood that can improve overall health and wellbeing.
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Disclaimer: We do not make any health benefit claims. For medical advice, please consult your doctor or qualified health professional.