Moringa has been shown to possess Antibacterial and Antifungal properties, and may help fight a wide variety of infections and diseases. Below is a partial list of some of Moringa’s various and numerous uses.
Moringa may help with the following conditions
- Allergies – Moringa may possess anti-allergenic qualities – scientific research has validated the inhibitory action of Moringa on hypersensitive reactions including Allergic rhinitis and Anaphylaxis.
- Edema – Moringa may be beneficial in the treatment of edema. Research studies have confirmed that treatment with Moringa Oleifera, which possess anti-inflammatory qualities, may be effective in inhibiting the development of edema.
- Asthma – Moringa, may help relieve bronchial asthma and inflammation caused in the airways. Research indicates Moringa may help to reduce severity of asthmatic attacks and various other symptoms such as wheezing, cough, dyspnea and tightness of the chest. It may also encourage better lung function and respiration.
- Liver Protection – Moringa may exert a hepatoprotective effect on the liver. Studies have validated the effectiveness of its leaves against the liver damage caused by anti-tubercular drugs. It may help to restore the levels of glutathione, and it may help prevent radiation-induced hepatic lipid peroxidation.
- Diabetes – Moringa has been shown to exert anti-diabetic effects in the treatment of diabetes mellitus. Studies have demonstrated that Moringa helps reduce levels of blood glucose, urine sugar and urine proteins in diabetic test subjects. Additionally, Moringa has also shown improved hemoglobin levels and total protein content, in diabetic subjects.
- Eye/visual acuity protection – Moringa may help reduce retinal damage. Studies suggest the retinoprotective effects of moringa prevent the dilatation of retinal blood vessels and helps keep retinal vasculature intact.
- Cardiovascular health – Moringa may be helpful in the prevention of cardiac damage due to the presence of powerful antioxidants.
- High Cholesterol – Moringa might help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Studies have confirmed the hypocholesterolemic effects of Moringa, which may help in reduce and maintain cholesterol levels in liver, kidney and serum.
- High Blood Pressure – Moringa may be effective in helping to maintain blood pressure. Additionally, bioactive components such as isothiocyanate and niaziminin, may help aid arteries.
- Obesity – Moringa may help combat obesity thanks to its impressive amount of vitamin B, which aids digestion and helps convert food into energy instead storing it as fat.
- Bone Health – Moringa may help maintain healthy bones due to the presence of essential minerals like calcium and phosphorous. Moringa’s anti-inflammatory properties may be effective relieving conditions such as arthritis, in addition to other bone ailments (particularly mandibular/jaw bone ailments).
- Urolithiasis (Kidney Stones) – Moringa may be thwart the formation of stones in the kidney, bladder and uterus according to research studies. Moringa research has shown a reduction in the formation of stone deposits and may also help regulate endogenous oxalate synthesis.
- Sickle Cell Anemia – Moringa may be effective combating Sickle Cell Disease. Recent studies validate the anti-sickling potential of Moringa, which is attributed to the presence of zinc and flavonols; such as kaempferol, quercitin, and acacetin, in addition to phenolic acids including melilotic acid and vanillic acid.
- Stomach Disorders – Moringa may be beneficial with varying abdominal disorders; such as constipation, gastritis, and ulcerative colitis.
- Healthy Skin (anti-aging/premature aging) – Moringa may be encourage healthy skin. The hydrating and detoxifying effects of Moringa as a topical treatment may help neutralize the effects of harmful pollutants while also, potentially, slow aging of the skin. The high protein content of Moringa may help protect dermal cells from damage caused by heavy metals, such as mercury and cadmium. For these reasons, it is often used in the production of cosmetics and skin care products.
- Hair Care – Moringa has been used to treat and maintain healthy hair since ancient times. It may be effectual in cleansing and purifying the hair; and may help protect hair from environmental damage, including ultra violet radiation. Moringa may also act as a conditioner for the scalp, strengthen hair roots, and stimulate hair growth.
- Antioxidant – The Moringa plant has a rich blend of powerful antioxidants such as kaempferol, caffeoylquinic acid, zeatin, quercetin, rutin, chlorogenic acid, and beta-sitosterol.
- Antibacterial Properties – Moringa possesses both antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Research indicates Moringa may offer a wide spectrum of protective activity against food-borne microorganisms such as Salmonella, E. Coli, and Enterobacter aerogenus, in addition to many more bacteria.
- Anti-fungal Properties – Moringa leaves may also possess anti-fungal qualities. The inhibitory effects of Moringa may help prevent the growth of contaminant-fungi such as Aspergillus spp.
- Immune Stimulator – Moringa may help stimulate our immune system. It may also help enhance cellular immune response in addition to other positive effects on many other immune system parameter such as total leucocyte count, antibodies and hypersensitivity reaction.
Moringa leaves contain 90 different types of nutrients, including:
- 4 times more calcium than milk
- 4 times more potassium than bananas
- 4 times more vitamin A than carrots
- 25 times more iron than spinach
- 36 times more magnesium than eggs
- 50 times more vitamin B3 than peanuts
Moringa also includes high amounts of additional nutrients such as: Dietary Fiber, Iodine, Lutein, Zinc, Selenium, Zeatin and Beta-Carotene.
*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. This product is sold as a bulk botanical with no directions or claims.