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The Moringa Oleifera root was first introduced to me several years ago during my quest to live more healthy. I was surprised to find out that this herb packed far more benefits then most of the supplements I was using combined.
For centuries indigenous people in northern India and parts of Africa have known the many benefits of Moringa Oleifera root, which comes from the Moringa tree. Often classified as a “miracle plant” due to its wide range of nutritional and medicinal properties, the Moringa leaves are usually infused in tea and are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and essential amino acids. The tea is used for preventive measures and many have used it to treat chronic illnesses and diseases.
Most food sources can’t compare to the higher levels of nutrients found in moringa oleifera. It is commonly consumed as tea, but you can also find this exceptional wonder in capsule, seeds, powder, and oil form. Be sure to purchase an organic vegetarian version to make sure it’s 100% free from any pesticides or chemicals. The Moringa leaf contains some of the following properties to name a few:
- 3 times the potassium in bananas
- 7 times the vitamin C in oranges
- 4 times the calcium in milk
- 4 times the vitamin A in carrots
- 2 times the protein in milk
- 13 times more vitamin A than spinach
- 2,500 times more amino acids than green tea
- 242 times more amino acids than an apple
- 3 times the potassium found in bananas
- 3 times the iron found in almonds
- 47 Anti-oxidants
- 36 anti-inflammatories
- 25 Multi-vitamins
- 30% Protein
- 4 times the fiber of Oats
Ayurvedic medicine has documented over 300 diseases that can be treated with moringa leaf. It is known to be excellent for treating cardiovascular diseases due to its high density lipoprotein. When taken daily you can expect to see increased energy, greater alertness, better endurance, increased focus, and mental clarity. It is due to its antioxidants unique regulating compounds. The Moringa leaves can also be used in food preparation and in the creation of skincare products. But you have to truly experience it to appreciate it!
About the Author
Gail Thorpe is Board Certified from Purchase College of the State Univesity of New York (SUNY) and accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She holds Professional Training in Medical/Clinical Studies from Somerset Technical Institute, is a Certified Self-Care Specialist and Aromatherapist, and is Board Certified in Corporate Wellness from the Wellness Council of America. Gail is a nutrition columnist for the Examiner and Yahoo. She recently launched her own radio show “Pampering4life Wellness” on Blog Talk Radio . She is the author of a soon-to-be published book on fibroids and a dedicated ambassador of health the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Read Gail’s blog here.
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