Fight Inflammation with the Tree of Immortality-Moringa

By   February 23, 2014

moringa-powder-orac-valueHere are some proven qualities of Moringa which give it such a stellar nutritional profile.

·         Increases the Natural Defenses of the body

·         Acts as an antioxidant

·         It is an anti-inflammatory

·         Takes care of the immune system of the body

·         Provides nourishment to the eyes and the brain

·         Promotes metabolism with bio-available ingredients

·         Promotes the cell structure of the body

·         Promotes natural serum cholesterol

·         Lowers the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

·         Promotes the normal functioning of the liver and the kidney.

·         Beautifies the skin

·         Promotes energy

·         Promotes proper digestion

·         Promotes healthy circulatory system

·         Gives a feeling of general wellness

·         Supports the normal sugar levels of the body

Moringa leaf boosts energy in a natural manner; however this energy promotion does not happen because of sugar, so it tends to last for a long time. Of course, there is no quick fix to healing any condition but consuming foods that help the body to heal would of course be advantageous. According to ‘Think of your wellness’ website, individuals ingesting it say that their ulcers are healed, tumors restricted, there are reduction in the arthritis pains and inflammations, controlled blood pressure, the skin problems are restored, and they have stronger defenses against diseases.

Moringa leaf can lower blood pressure and promotes good sleep thanks to its soothing qualities. It can also purify water since it has a detoxifying effect. As a coagulant agent, Moringa can attach itself to hazardous bacteria and other materials (like Chlorella), a process that is surmised to occur in the body too. The happy outcome is more sustained energy without any over-activity, balanced hormone and gland system, controlled blood pressure, and a rested nervous system.

It’s the underlying cause of almost every major disease; inflammation.

But who would have guessed that the secret to fighting this “impossible-to-treat” condition was hiding in the Himalayan Mountains?

In fact, this extract is just as effective as indomethacin, a popular prescription NSAID. But with one major difference…

One study showed that it reduced inflammation by 54 percent in only one hour. Indomethacin, on the other hand, only prevented inflammation by 49 percent.1 It wasn’t a landslide victory. But you have to remember, this alternative is completely natural, safe, and doesn’t require a prescription. And it’s not just the extract that’s powerful.

This legendary tree is bursting with nutrition. Moringa_Nutritions-790705

Its leaves are a complete protein source with 18 amino acids and nearly 50 antioxidants. It has 36 times more magnesium than eggs, 25 times more iron than spinach, and four times more calcium than milk.2

Suffice it to say, this plant certainly lives up to its name…

Moringa Oleifera is known as the drumstick or horseradish tree. It is also called the “Tree of Immortality” or “Miracle Tree.” And it’s no wonder why…

Dried Moringa reduces inflammation in the lungs caused by asthma. Researchers found that three grams a day for three weeks can improve a person’s lung capacity by more than 30 percent.  By lowering inflammation, Moringa helps you breathe significantly easier. And not one person in the study experienced a single side effect.

Of course, the best way to fight inflammation is to avoid foods that cause inflammation. This includes anything with sugar, alcohol, or gluten. Unfortunately, for many people, that’s not enough. But before you reach for that pill bottle, you may want to give this natural alternative a try. We suggest you do.

Moringa-Powder-Buy-NowYou can eat Moringa leaves like you would spinach or kale. But it’s easier to find it as a supplement or powder online.

References:

1 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15776678

2 http://www.naturalnews.com/043310_Moringa_oleifera_anti-inflammatory_herbal_medicine.html

3 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21264158?dopt=Abstract

Have a wonderful day!

Granny

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