Moringa oleifera is a drought-resistant tree of the family Moringaceae whilst being home to native parts of Africa and Asia. It has been used for many years as traditional medicine and is seen as a staple in routine with many. It has been seen to been extremely beneficial for those lacking in nutrients and if you would like to try it – you can browse our wide range of products that are available here on our website.
But, back to the topic – what can Moringa do for you?
The powder can accelerate your metabolism, which keeps your energy levels high and can be taken in a diluted or powdered form. If you are suffering from chronic inflammation, Moringa powder helps to alleviate this and even has the power to prevent type 2 diabetes. Not only does it help with sugar levels but it also helps lower cholesterol, as with age this can be an issue as it is linked to heart disease. There are many plant based foods that go hand in hand with lowering cholesterol. Whilst adding Moringa to your diet is key, it is important to note that it cannot solely cure health issues. In order for the Moringa to be at it’s most effective, you must work towards changing your lifestyle through a clean diet and regular exercise.
Moringa can protect and nourish skin and hair by being used in a powder form as a “mask” on hair using these 4 ingredients:
½ Cup moringa
½ Cup of fresh aloe vera
3-4 Teaspoons of moringa Oil
2-3 Teaspoons of your favourite deep conditioner!
People love Moringa and have even gone as far to prove it’s effectiveness but documenting 7 days of it’s usage to their platforms.
Dr Joe claims to have a lot more “mental clarity” with a lack of side effects and has created a YouTube video linked below.
Dr Joe TV – https://bit.ly/3sIeiXY
There are many benefits to the use of the powder, 1 being that the powder is extremely nutritious – it can be consumed as well as being used topically on the hair and skin. When consumed it is usually taken in capsules or sometimes even tea, which we do have stocked on the site currently.
A cup of fresh moringa leaves alone contains:
Protein: 2 grams
Vitamin B6: 19% of the RDA
Vitamin C: 12% of the RDA
Iron: 11% of the RDA
Riboflavin (B2): 11% of the RDA
Vitamin A (from beta-carotene): 9% of the RDA
Magnesium: 8% of the RDA
As well as this, the amount of antioxidants present in moringa is astonishing as they can help to relieve stress and help towards chronic diseases like type 1 and 2 diabetes. quercetin and chlorogenic acid.
There is an importance when it comes to keeping your blood sugar levels low, as over time, this can develop into chronic diseases. There have been several studies that have found that Moringa can help to lower sugar levels. However, the majority of studies have been performed on animals so we cannot know for sure so there is more research that needs to take place to prove this fact.
Link to source of evidence / https://bit.ly/3b5N0Vo
Have you tried Moringa powder before? At Lifeofatree.co.uk we believe that health is wealth – try our Moringa powder today and let us know what it does for you.