Heard of Moringa? 5 extraordinary benefits of Moringa leaves.
2017 was undoubtedly the year of turmeric, the native Indian herb swept the world by its powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
2018, however, has seen a growth in the demand of Moringa, another native Indian tree, the leaves of which are a potent herb. Almost entire part of the tree from its bark, to the seeds, have herbal benefits.
Moringa or what we popularly know as drumstick or horseradish has its dried leaves used as dietary supplements and it contains.
1. Vitamin B6
2. Vitamin B2
3. Vitamin C
4. Vitamin A
In India, people who are diabetic or diabetes-prone have known to consume the powered variant of Moringa leaves for over decades. The dried powder is mixed with lukewarm water and consumed empty stomach. It has been proven to lower the blood sugar levels and reduce the incidence of diabetes.
Moringa has known to reduce chronic inflammation, isocyanates present in the pods on regular consumption bring the desired results.
Along with inflammation, Moringa is known to lower cholesterol levels in the blood. So it’s especially beneficial for people who suffer from heart disorders, have high lipid profile or who have already had undergone a heart surgery.
Quercetin, a powerful antioxidant found in the leaves of Moringa is known to lower blood pressure.
Moringa has also proven to have neuro enhancer abilities, it fights depression and psychosis.
Concluding, Moringa is a unique combination of all the necessary elements required for optimal health.
Its powerful properties eliminate the chances of heart disease and diabetes. Everyday consumption of Moringa has also proven to reduce the incidence of anemia, arthritis, respiratory and digestive ailments.
Make sure to include this superfood in your diet every morning.