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Moringa oleifera tree have been reported to demonstrate antioxidant activity due to its high amount of polyphenols.

Moringa oleifera extracts of both mature and tender leaves exhibit strong antioxidant activity against free radicals, prevent oxidative damage to major biomolecules, and give significant protection against oxidative damage."

Further, in a study of women taking 1.5 teaspoons of moringa leaf powder daily for three months, blood levels of antioxidants increased significantly.


3.Lower Blood Sugar Levels


Moringa appears to have anti-diabetic effects, likely due to beneficial plant compounds contained in the leaves, including isothiocyanates. One study found women who took seven grams of moringa leaf powder daily for three months reduced their fasting blood sugar levels by *3.5 percent. 

Separate research revealed that adding *0 grams of moringa leaves to a meal reduced the rise in blood sugar by *1 percent among diabetic patients.


4.Reduce Inflammation


The isothiocyanates, flavonoids, and phenolic acids in moringa leaves, pods, and seeds also have anti-inflammatory properties. According to the Epoch Times.

"The tree's strong anti-inflammatory action is traditionally used to treat stomach ulcers. Moringa oil (sometimes called Ben oil) has been shown to protect the liver from chronic inflammation. The oil is unique in that, unlike most vegetable oils, moringa resists rancidity.

This quality makes it a good preservative for foods that can spoil quickly. This sweet oil is used for both frying or in a salad dressing. It is also used topically to treat antifungal problems, arthritis, and is an excellent skin moisturizer."


5.Maintain Healthy Cholesterol Levels


Moringa also has cholesterol-lowering properties, and one animal study found its effects were comparable to those of the cholesterol-lowering drug simvastatin. As noted in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology:

"Moringa oleifera is used in Thai traditional medicine as cardiotonic. Recent studies demonstrated its hypocholesterolemic effect.

... In hypercholesterol-fed rabbits, at *2 weeks of treatment, it significantly (P<0.*5) lowered the cholesterol levels and reduced the atherosclerotic plaque formation to about *0 and *6%, respectively. These effects were at degrees comparable to those of simvastatin.

... The results indicate that this plant possesses antioxidant, hypolipidaemic, and antiatherosclerotic activities, and has therapeutic potential for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases."


6. Protect Against Arsenic Toxicity


The leaves and seeds of moringa may protect against some of the effects of arsenic toxicity, which is especially important in light of news that common staple foods, such as rice, may be contaminated.Contamination of ground water by arsenic has also become a cause of global public health concern, and one study revealed: 

"Co-administration of M. oleifera [moringa] seed powder (**0 and **0 mg/kg, orally) with arsenic significantly increased the activities of SOD [superoxide dismutase], catalase, and GPx with elevation in reduced GSH level in tissues (liver, kidney, and brain).

These changes were accompanied by approximately *7%, *4%, and *7% decrease in blood ROS [reactive oxygen species], liver metallothionein (MT), and lipid peroxidation respectively in animal co-administered with M. oleifera and arsenic.

Another interesting observation has been the reduced uptake of arsenic in soft tissues (*5% in blood, *5% in liver, *4% in kidneys, and *4% in brain) following administration of M. oleifera seed powder (particularly at the dose of **0 mg/kg).

It can thus be concluded from the present study that concomitant administration of M. oleifera seed powder with arsenic could significantly protect animals from oxidative stress and in reducing tissue arsenic concentration. Administration of M. oleifera seed powder thus could also be beneficial during chelation therapy…"


Moringa leaves may even purify water…. And more


From a digestive standpoint, moringa is high in fiber that, as the Epoch Times put it, "works like a mop in your intestines… to clean up any of that extra grunge left over from a greasy diet. Also noteworthy are its isothiocyanates, which have anti-bacterial properties that may help to rid your body of H. pylori, a bacteria implicated in gastritis, ulcers, and gastric cancer. Moringa seeds have even been found to work better for water purification than many of the conventional synthetic materials in use today. 

How to use Moringa

If you have access to a moringa tree, you can use the fresh leaves in your meals; they have a flavor similar to a radish. Toss them like a salad, blend them into smoothies, or steam them like spinach. Another option is to use moringa powder, either in supplement form or added to smoothies, soups, and other foods for extra nutrition. Moringa powder has a distinctive "green" flavor, so you may want to start out slowly when adding it to your meals.

You can also use organic, cold-pressed moringa oil (or ben oil), although it's expensive (about *5 times more than olive oil.  As mentioned, while I don't necessarily recommend planting a moringa tree in your backyard (a rapid-growing tree can grow to *5 to *0 feet in just a few years), you may want to give the leaves or powder a try if you come across


Country: Ethiopia
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Price for Minimum Order: 30 per Kilogram
Minimum Order Quantity: 300 Kilogram
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Delivery Time: 20 to 30
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