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What is Moringa?

Posted by Daniella Cippitelli on
What is Moringa?
Moringa oleifara is a native plant to India but has also been found to grow in South America, Africa, and Asia. Its leaves, flowers, seeds, and roots have been used for centuries. It has antiviral, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.

What are the Health Benefits of Moringa?

Moringa has several health benefits which make it worth looking into. It is packed with vitamins and minerals. It contains calcium, protein, iron, and amino acids, which the body utilizes to heal and help build muscle.
 
It also contains:
  • Vitamin A
  • B Vitamins
  • Folate
  • Vitamin C
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
  • Zinc
 

What Can Moringa be Used For?

Due to its numerous health benefits and vitamin properties, it has been used in a variety of ways, from health and beauty to disease prevention. Some of these uses include:
 
1. Fighting Bacterial Disease
Because of its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties has been used for fighting infections caused by Salmonella and E. coli.
 
2. Easing Pain
Moringa may be beneficial in helping Rheumatoid arthritis by lowering swelling from fluid and easing pain.
 
3. Moringa May Lower Blood Sugar Levels
Isothiocyanate and niaziminin which are compounds found in Moringa could help lower blood pressure.
Ongoing studies show Moringa can also be beneficial for helping lower cholesterol and reducing long-term inflammation.

Using Moringa

Research has shown the many benefits of using Moringa, especially when it comes from a reputable manufacturer like Naturity’s Organic Moringa. As with any dietary supplement you should consult your healthcare professional before deciding if Moringa is right for you.
 
This vitamin and antioxidant packed powerhouse is definitely a supplement to look into as an addition to your daily routine.

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