Moringa is a tree native to the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains in northern India. Moringa can grow in tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world and is beginning to be cultivated throughout Africa and South America. This fast growing tree is also known as the “Miracle Tree” and is one of the most concentrated superfoods on the planet. The leaves, seed pods, oil, and flowers are edible while the bark, root, and oil have medicinal uses too. All around, this flowering tree is a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and protein
Multivitamin and Food – The simple little leaves of this tree have seven times the vitamin C of oranges, four times the calcium of milk, four times the vitamin A of carrots, two times the protein of yogurt, and three times the potassium of bananas. They are also rich in iron, zinc, and B vitamins. Moringa contains 90 nutrients that benefit the body.
Energy and Metabolism – The rich amount of vitamins and minerals nourish cells and result in a boost to energy production. The B vitamins are especially good at aiding energy levels.
Emotional Balance – B vitamins and essential amino acids like tryptophan help maintain emotional well-being, combat depression, and limit anxiety.
Mental Acuity – Moringa’s rich minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and phytonutrients keep the brain active and well-nourished so it stays sharp.
Workout Recovery – As a very good protein source, moringa helps the body repair and rebuild muscle tissue after exercise. The antioxidants also protect muscle tissue from damage.
Blood Sugar – Moringa helps stabilize blood sugar and is being studied for its ability to help those with diabetes.
Blood Pressure – Phytonutrients in moringa aid in the removal of toxins and excess water, protect the kidneys, and help naturally lower blood pressure.
Cholesterol – Fiber, antioxidants, and phytonutrients in moringa help lower cholesterol levels and protect the heart.
Digestive Health – Moringa has been used for thousands of years to treat digestive disorders. It can be made into a juice to help with diarrhea, the fiber helps clean out the intestines, and tea helps soothe upset stomachs.
Anti-inflammatory – Moringa eases inflammation and pain. The leaves are used topically to treat arthritis and injuries. Internally they help alleviate chronic inflammation that can harm organs and tissues.
Antioxidant – Moringa has 46 different types of antioxidants, each one helping take away oxidative stress and free radicals that can destroy and damage cells.
Antimicrobial – Moringa has antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties that protect the body from invaders and give a boost to the immune system.