Moringa has gained a reputation for fighting inflammation and combating various effects of malnutrition and ageing, earning the nickname “the miracle plant.”
By using Abundance Moringa powder products you will benefit from this rich source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, with purifying compounds. In other words, it’s super packed with everything your body may need and has a detoxifying effect to get rid of all the toxicity.
Throughout the world, Moringa is used for treating such widespread conditions and assist with:
- Boosting your immune system
- Building your body in an all-natural way to fight Cancers
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Constipation & stomach pains
- Stomach & intestinal ulcers
- Chronic headaches
- Heart problems
- High blood pressure
- Kidney stones
- Fluid retention
- Thyroid disorders
- Bacterial, fungal & viral parasitic infections
- It slows the effect of ageing
- Help balance hormones
- Protects & nourishes the skin
Here are the top five proven Moringa benefits to show that its nickname is well-deserved:
1. Provides Antioxidants and Anti-Inflammatory Compounds
One of the reasons that the many health benefits of herbal plants like Moringa oleifera are so impressive is because they contain similar abilities to conventional drugs, only they don’t pose the same level of risk for experiencing side effects. According to a report published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, Moringa contains a mix of essential amino acids (the building blocks of proteins), carotenoid phytonutrients (the same kinds found in plants like carrots and tomatoes), antioxidants such as quercetin, and natural antibacterial compounds that work in the same way as many anti-inflammatory drugs.
Moringa leaves are high in several anti-ageing compounds that lower the effects of oxidative stress and inflammation, including polyphenols, vitamin C, beta-carotene, quercetin, and chlorogenic acid. These are associated with a reduced risk for chronic diseases, such as stomach, lung or colon cancer; diabetes; hypertension; and age-related eye disorders.
2. Balances Hormones and Slows the Effects of Aging
A 2014 study published in the Journal of Food Science and Technology tested the effects of Moringa (sometimes also called “drumstick”) along with amaranth leaves (Amaranthus tricolour) on levels of inflammation and oxidative stress in menopausal adult women. Knowing that levels of valuable antioxidant enzymes get affected during the postmenopausal period due to deficiency of “youthful” hormones, including Estragon, researchers wanted to investigate if these super foods could help slow the effects of ageing using natural herbal antioxidants that balance hormones naturally.
Levels of antioxidant status, including serum retinol, serum ascorbic acid, glutathione peroxidase, superoxide dismutase and malondialdehyde were analysed before and after supplementation, along with fasting blood glucose and haemoglobin levels. Results showed that supplementing with Moringa caused significant increases in antioxidant status along with significant decreases in markers of oxidative stress.
Better fasting blood glucose control and positive increases in haemoglobin were also found, which led the researchers to conclude that these plants have therapeutic potential for helping to prevent complications due to ageing and natural hormonal changes. Moringa benefits the libido as well and might work like a natural birth control compound, according to some studies. Although it’s been used as a natural aphrodisiac to increase sex drive and performance for thousands of years, it seems to help reduce rates of conception. That being said, it can boost the immune system during pregnancy and also increase breast milk production/lactation, according to some studies.
3. Helps Improve Digestive Health
Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Moringa has been used in ancient systems of medicine such as Ayurveda to prevent or treat stomach ulcers, liver disease, kidney damage, fungal or yeast infections (such as candida), digestive complaints, and infections. A common use of Moringa oil is helping to boost liver function and therefore detoxifying the body of harmful substances, such as heavy metal toxins. It might also be capable of helping to fight kidney stones, urinary tract infections, constipation, fluid retention/enema and diarrhoea
4. Balances Blood Sugar Levels, Helping Fight Diabetes
Moringa has been used in ancient systems of medicine such as Ayurveda to prevent or treat stomach ulcers, liver disease, kidney damage, fungal or yeast infections (such as candida), digestive complaints, and infections. A common use of Moringa oil is helping to boost liver function and therefore detoxifying the body of harmful substances, such as heavy metal toxins. It might also be capable of helping to fight kidney stones, urinary tract infections, constipation, fluid retention/enema and diarrhoea
Moringa contains a type of acid called chlorogenic acid, which has been shown to help control blood sugar levels and allow cells to take up or release glucose (sugar) as needed. This gives Moringa natural antidiabetic and hormone-balancing properties. Aside from chlorogenic acid, compounds called isothiocyanates that are present in Moringa have also been tied to natural protection against diabetes.
A study that appeared in the International Journal of Food Science Technology found that Moringa had positive effects on blood glucose control and insulin levels in patients with diabetes when eaten as part of a high-carbohydrate meal. The effects were tested in response to eating meals containing various levels of glucose. The results showed that plasma insulin responses were significantly lower when this plant was included in the meal compared to when it wasn’t.
Separate studies conducted by the Biotechnology Institute at Sadat City University in Egypt have found that antidiabetic activities of low doses of Moringa seed powder (50–100 milligrams per kilogram body weight) help increase antioxidant status and enzyme production within the liver, pancreas and kidneys of rats and prevent damage compared to control groups.
5. Helps Stabilize Your Mood and Protects Brain Health
As a high protein food and a rich source of the amino acid tryptophan, Moringa benefits neurotransmitter functions, including those that produce the “feel good” hormone serotonin. Moringa is also rich in antioxidants and compounds that improve thyroid health, which makes it beneficial for maintaining high energy levels plus fighting fatigue, depression, low libido, moods swings and insomnia.