Thursday, September 22, 2016

Health Benefits of Moringa

General Benefits

Moringa may be the real deal when it comes to experiencing benefits from a natural food supplement. The more you research the product, the more credible the claims and reviews become. It is also one of the best-kept secrets in the 30-billion-dollar world of supplements. Moringa (Moringa Oleifera) has been called the most nutrient-rich plant food source.

Moringa’s Ancient Roots

Originally found in the Himalayan Mountains, the plant has been used for thousands of years as treatment for a variety of reasons and conditions.  Moringa is grown on a farm in the southern region of Israel. The effectiveness of Moringa is significant enough to call the plant “the Tree of Life” in many cultures. Indian medicine practitioners (also known as ayurvedic physicians) claim a wide range of benefits derived from this single plant.

Moringa’s Nutritional Properties

Due to its myriad of nutritional properties, Moringa is a potentially good supplement for people of all ages. The Moringa leaf has been used for thousands of years in traditional healing because of its healing potential. Its properties can only be described as multi-purpose.  The Moringa leaf powder produced from the plant is a healthy source of leafy green vegetable protein, an excellent alternative to other plant-based proteins such as soy. This can useful for those who are allergic or intolerant to soy protein, as the Moringa’s protein is more easily digested. Easy digestion means less stress on the body as it absorbs the protein, and thus a more rapid absorption and response rate.

Case Study:  Moringa Combats Malnutrition in Developing Countries

Because of the high concentration of nutrients, Moringa leaf powder has been used as a nutritional supplement to combat malnutrition in some third world countries. Severely malnourished children and adults have made remarkable nutritional gains after ninety days of regularly consuming the product.
A case study of the use of Moringa in for the treatment of malnutrition in Senegal was conducted by Alternative Action for African Development (AGADA) and Church World Service in 1997-98. In that region, more than 600 infants are treated for malnutrition every year. Residents of the village were trained to prepare and use Moringa leaf powder in foods, as were the local health care workers. At the end of 90 days, children maintained or increased their body weight and general health; pregnant women recovered from anaemia and had babies with higher birth weights; and, breastfeeding mothers noted increased milk production.

Reported Benefits of Moringa Consumption

There are a number of benefits associated with the consumption of Moringa:
• Support for Healthy Joints
• Immune System Support
• Cleansing of the body’s internal organs and systems
• Balancing of the thyroid glands function
• Support for healthy gums
• Natural replacement for dark leafy green vegetables when they are unavailable or unpalatable

There are currently no documented side effects from taking Moringa. There are also no published reports of potential drug interactions. It is prudent to consult with your primary care physician or pharmacist before taking any nutritional supplements.

Dr. G. Charles Jackson, EdD has given a promising endorsement of Moringa. He explains:

“It is undisputed both scientifically and Biblically that herb leaves, roots and fruits and their resins, distillates and oils all have valuable medicinal and otherwise health-related uses.”

Dr. Jackson notes that most commonly prescribed antibiotics come from a variety of mold derivatives. The common anti-fungal drugs are the products of plant leaves and bark.

Biblical readings confirm that plants have been used for millennia as medicine or medicinal tonic. The branch that Moses used in the spring, the trees found in the Garden of Eden and the trees by the river of life from the Book of Revelation may have contributed to the health of the populations of that time. There is no doubt that plants are medicinal, and Moringa, with its unique combination of nutritional and medicinal properties, is just another example of this phenomenon.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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