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What is Moringa
Moringa is the only plant on the planet that has the ability to go to wherever you are nutritionally deficient. It’s been known for over 3,000 years and according to ayurveda medicine has over 300 uses. In modern day America people use it for a variety of reasons. The most common are energy, anti-oxidation, and general vitamin vitality. It can replace many of the nutritional supplements that people take daily, supplements that are poorly absorbed and mostly pass through the system.
Who uses Moringa Capsules
It's impossible to compare moringa leaf capsules with nutritional supplements. Moringa leaves are food. It's like comparing 500 mg of a Vitamin C supplement with an orange. You just have to "eat it" to understand the difference.
Teenagers take moringa capsules in the hopes of enhancing their complexion. College students take it to keep alert for late night study sessions and again in the morning prior to exams in order to effect greater recall. Athletes love the capsules, not so much for the extra burst of power and speed, but for crisp mental clarity available late in games. Endurance is amazing. Baseball, football, soccer, tennis, and MMA athletes in particular are “into” moringa capsules. These are all anectdotal claims and are provided solely for your information.
Since the capsules are a low-calorie and low fat food product, it is even used as a food substitute by dieters or by people who are wanting to lose weight. Moringa can be safely consumed by children, expecting or lactating mothers, students, athletes, working professionals and even by the elderly. It will nourish the body and satisfy most nutritional deficiencies.
Moringa is a plant, a food, and so is totally non-toxic. Our capsules contain absolutely no fillers. There is nothing in the all-vegetarian capsule but pure powdered leaf. It’s safe for children as well as adults. Pure powdered moringa leaf has been fed to malnourished infants and lactating mothers in Africa for over 40 years. If a baby can tolerate it and benefit greatly from it, everybody can.
The Moringa tree is veritably nature’s gift to mankind. For many centuries, it has been widely consumed in Asia and Africa and is considered as one of nature’s most nutritious foods. It is even referred to as "The Miracle Tree," "The Tree of life" or "Mother’s Best friend" because of it’s numerous benefits. This is a very generous and bountiful plant, it is life sustaining as well. The plant is well known in India to treat around 300 diseases. The pure, powdered, tree leaves are an excellent source of vitamins A, B, C & E and minerals such as calcium, potassium, iron, zinc and phosphorus etc. It comprises 95 total nutrients and 46 anti-oxidants.
This plant is native to the foothills of the Himalayas, India. It is cultivated extensively in semi-arid, tropical and sub-tropical countries. It grows naturally in countries like Cambodia, Nepal, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Central and South America and Sri Lanka, and the Philippines. Currently, Moringa is being widely cultivated in many poverty stricken and under developed regions such as Nigeria, Somalia, Congo, Libya, Sudan, Zaire etc., to meet their food and nutritional requirements. Global organizations and NGOs, such as Church World Service, Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization, and Volunteer Partnerships for West Africa etc., administer Moringa to many malnourished and deprived children in their numerous programs.
The Moringa tree is also commonly referred to as "the Drumstick tree," "the Horseradish tree," "the Ben Oil tree," etc. It is especially good as a food source because the tree blooms and thrives by the end of the dry season when other food products are typically rare and most of the vegetation becomes scarce.
Here are some reference studies on moringa. We make no claims as to the veracity of these studies. They are only provided for the reader's research investigations on moringa oleifera.
2009 Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, Sreelatha and Padma- "Moringa leaves possess powerful properties of both enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants."
2008 P Chumark, Ethnopharmacol- "The plant has antioxidant, antiatherosclerotic, and lipid-lowering action that might help prevent cardiovascular disease."
2007 The Journal of Herbal Medicine, Kumar, Kumar, Singh and Vasisht- "Antioxidant properties of moringa worked against the action of free radicals that can cause cancer and other damage to cell structures."
2007 MedGenMed., Chinmoy K. Bose, MD, PhD- Possible Role of Moringa oleifera Lam. Root in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer “However, the only herb that has been shown to play a role in the treatment of female reproductive disorders is Moringa oleifera Lam., whose effectiveness is derived from a combination of antitumor and hormonal properties.”
2007 MedGenMed., Anwar F, Latif S, Ashraf M, Gilani AH- “The Moringa plant provides a rich and rare combination of zeatin, quercetin, beta-sitosterol, caffeoylquinic acid and kaempferol.”
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