See What Happens To Your Body When You Consume Moringa

Moringa Oleifera is also known as the tree of life, and it’s native to the sub-Himalayan parts of India, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, but it can also be found in tropic areas. It a tree with numerous medicinal uses thanks to its leaves, flowers, seeds, fruit and bark.

The plant has been used for treating anemia, asthma, diarrhea, stomach pain, joint pain, epilepsy and many more diseases.

How does it work?

Moringa is a powerful antioxidant and a great source of amino acids. As such, it has the ability to fight cancer and reverse the free radical damage in the body. Free radicals cause unwanted damage to the system, which at first is exhibited only on the outside, causing the first signs of premature aging. However, over time, the damage advances and penetrates deep into the cells, attacking their DNA and mutating it. This impairs the cells’ function and their multiplication allows cancer to spread throughout the body.

Besides being a powerful antioxidant, moringa also provides the body with proteins that it can use for building muscles and improving the brain function through the creation of more neurotransmitters.


Besides the mentioned benefits, moringa is rich in essential nutrients such as iron, potassium, calcium, sulfur, vitamin B, etc. Moringa offers numerous essential amino acids and other nutrients as well, and you only need half a cup of it daily to meet the daily recommended intake of vitamins A and C.

Moringa has ten times the recommended amount of vitamin E and three times the iron of spinach and beef. It also has three times the amount of potassium of beef and four times more calcium than milk.

This amazing plant can improve the quality of your skin, prevent cramps, strengthen the bones and muscles and is a great source of energy for your body.

Note: moringa flowers are abortifacients, meaning that they should never be used during pregnancy. You can prepare a tea from them, but in order to eat them, they need to be cooked first. Moringa can be a substitute for any leafy green in your meals and it’s great for salads. The plant, along with wheatgrass, spirulina and chlorella are the power greens that can be a great addition to any diet.

You can find moringa in any health store.