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  • moringamama 10:06 am on March 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , food supplements, , , health benefits, health food, , , potassium, , , western health, zinc   

    The Western World Needs Moringa Too. 

    “Why doesn’t everybody in the world already know about this?”

    This is a common reaction that people have when they discover the astounding nutritional benefits of Moringa.

    According to recent nutrition studies, Moringa ranks among the top natural products in providing nutrition, vitamins, antioxidants as well as vital proteins.  The Moringa plants comes from the Moringa tree founds, among other regions in the world, in the Indian subcontinent.

    In India, the Moringa plant has had a long history of success according to India’s age-old medicinal tradition known as Ayurveda (meaning “the science of life”). Ayurveda texts note that the Moringa plant contains more than 90 different kinds of nutrients.

    While Moringa has as yet been little known to American audience, many civilizations across the globe have turned to the Moringa plant for sustenance and as remedies for ailments. Above of all, this plant is also known to maintain good health.

    PER 1 GRAM

    • Vitamin C As much as 7 Oranges – An antioxidant required for at least 300 metabolic functions in thebody. x7
    • Vitamin A – as much as 4 Carrot – Important for eyes, skin, bone health, and more. x4
    • Vitamin B – as much as 4 servings of Pork – Maintains health of nerves, liver, muscles, brain, and more. x4
    • Vitamin E – as much as 4 servings of Black Sesame – Prevents cell damage, oxidation, and more. x4
    • Calcium – as much as 4 servings of Milk – Vital for strong bones, teeth, transmission of nerve impulses, and more. x4
    • Protein – as much as 2 servings of Yogurt – Necessary for growth, development, proper acid-alkali balance, and more. x2
    • Potassium – as much as 3 Bananas – Important for healthy nervous system, regular heart rhythm, and more. x3
    • Zinc – as much as 2 Oysters – Promotes healthy immune system, healing of wounds, reproductive health, and more. x2
    • GABA – more than 30 servings of Brown Rice – Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, an amino acid, is needed for proper brain function and more. x30
    • Polyphenol – more than 8 servings of Red Wine or 11 servings of Dark Chocolate – Plant compounds that have antioxidant properties to scavenge free radicals and more. x8
    • asianmasterart 1:53 pm on April 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Moringamama,

      Goethe said ” The hardest thing to see is what is in front of your Eyes” and specially in the modern western world we overlook that what mother Nature has given to us (the Miracle tree). I often call moringa the unsung hero. It works wonders in people with allergies (like my wife which suffered from Asthma since many years) after a few weeks of consuming Moringa Leave capsules she felt much better and had no attacks up to the present day, thats ten Month now!



  • moringamama 4:55 am on March 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , iron, , moringa products healing, Nutrition, nutritional value, products, , Vitamin A, vitamin C,   

    It Surely IS a Miracle Tree 

    Now modern science is proving that these tiny Moringa (Oleifera) leaves are packed with incredible nutrition that can strengthen our bodies and prevent over 300 diseases.

    Its is like growing multi-vitamins and minerals on your doorstep. The organic green Moringa Powder is prepared from carefully selected fresh Moringa leaves under strict hygienic conditions. Moringa has multiple uses and taking into account its potency it is appropriately called “The Miracle Plant”.

    Its use improves and strengthens the immune system thereby enabling the anti-bodies to work more effectively against all kinds of diseases. Moringa is rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids and a host of other life giving materials.

    Moringa controls diabetes, malnutrition, increases milk production and milk quality in breast-feeding mothers, reduces risk of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, urinary disorders, menstrual cramps, semen deficiency, diarrhea, migraine headaches, intestinal worms, ulcers, anaemia, tumors, arthritis, epilepsy, asthma.

    Moringa has 4 times the vitamin A in carrots, 7 times the vitamin C in oranges, 4 times the calcium in milk, 2 times the protein in milk and 3 times the potassium in bananas.

    Vitamin C strengthens our immune system and help us to fight off infectious diseases. Citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons are full of vitamin C. Moringa leaves have even more.

    Vitamin A acts as a shield against diseases of the eye, skin and heart, diarrhea and many other ailments. Carrots are very high in Vitamin A, but Moringa leaves are even higher.

    Calcium builds strong bones and teeth and helps in the prevention of osteoporosis. Milk provides lots of calcium, but Moringa provides even more.

    Spinach is high in Iron, but Moringa has 25 times more iron content than spinach, which when combined with its beta-carotene, helps to improve the hemoglobin levels in the blood, which in turn strengthens the immune system.

    • Pauline Lewinson 12:01 am on June 22, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Very interesting! The leaves of the tree look quite familiar. Was it in JA when I lived there?

      • Quality Moringa Powder 12:00 pm on July 21, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        After taking in
        powder twice a day for the second week now, I am starting to feel the difference, more particularly the decrease of wrinkles in my face.

        • moringamama 7:24 am on July 22, 2013 Permalink

          Awesome, thanks for your testimony. I live and breathe Moringa. It is the only vitamin supplement am taking and have seen wonderful changes , the likes of anti-aging process have taken place and am so glad to share with those who desire to take care of their bodies.

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