13 Moringa Tree Uses and Health Benefits

Moringa is the perennial deciduous tree found predominately in the south East Asia. It is resistant to the drought so are often cultivated around the house in the native region. It is commonly known as drumstick tree. It can flourish without adequate care so it is the most popular tree in the south East Asia. Moringa is claimed to be native to South East Asia.

The leaf, flower, and pods from the tree are edible. The flower blossom at spring and fruiting takes place in late spring. It is high price food in the south Asia.

Moringa and Malnutrition


Moringa is lush with the vital nutrient due to this, it provides vital nutrient in one of the poorest parts of the world. Moringa is the staple diet in the rural community with the long tradition. People has been consuming this wonder plant from thousands of years ago and unknowingly getting the benefit of it.


Traditional use


Leaves of the Moringa plant are used to cure the common flu. Normally the fresh leaf is added to the boiling water and the soup is eaten.

Powdered Leaf


Due to huge nutritional benefit, the power of Moringa leaves is available around the globe for everyone wishing to take the benefit of it. Although nutrition availability is lesser than fresh one consuming powdered is good for health.

It is normally recommended to consume less than six gram no more than three weeks of the powdered leaf per day. There is the need to follow the instruction provided by the manufacturer for the optimum health Benefit.

Nutritional information


It is lush with the goodness of nutrition.  The protein comprises more than nine percent by volume, carbohydrate is more than eight percent by volume and fat is less than two percent by volume. It has the higher quantity of protein compared to other food sources.

It has the adequate amount of vitamin A, C, and B complexes like B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B9.

Abundant minerals are Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, Manganese, Phosphorous, Potassium, Phosphorous, Sodium and Zinc inadequate amount. Due to the massive amount of nutrient present in the Moringa, they are often referring to as super food.




Health Benefits of Moringa are Summarized Below


1. Hormonal Balance


Consuming of the Moringa is associated with the adequate hormonal balance in the human body.

2. Anemia


Due to the lush in iron that is effective in the combat of the anemia in the body.

3. Diarrhea


Moringa is lush with the potassium, which is vital for the ion balance in the body. Soup of the Moringa can be given to the anyone suffering from diarrhea.

4. Healthy Liver


It is claimed to restore the liver enzyme required for the optimum functioning of the Liver. The innate polyphenols the Moringa boost this function.



5. Regulating Blood Pressure


This is due to innate potassium and antioxidant present in the Moringa. The Quercetin that is powerful antioxidant is helpful in regulating blood pressure.

6. Weight Loss


Moringa is lush with protein and vital nutrient and can be good for anyone trying to get rid of excessive fat from the body.

7. Control Blood Sugar Level


The chlorogenic acid in the Moringa is claimed to reduce the level of sugar in the blood.

8. Antimicrobial


The innate antibacterial, an antifungal and antiviral property helps the body to fight against different infection in the body.

9. Constipation


Due to high dietary fiber that is required for the adequate bowel movement. Consumption of the Moringa can facilitate the adequate bowel movement.

10. Antioxidant


Moringa is lush with antioxidant that is helpful in the combat of damaging effects of free radical in the cell. Ascorbic acid, polyphenols, flavonoids act as the strong antioxidant.

11. Enhance the Cognitive Function


Due to the prolific content of the vitamin E and C that is required for the adequate functioning of the brain. Consumption of Moringa is believed to enhance cognitive function.

12. Arsenic Toxicity


The presence of Moringa in the locality with the high level of arsenic in water can be the great boon. Researchers have found that the Moringa can protect against the adverse effect of the arsenic toxicity.

13. Common Cold


Due to the lush in vitamin C that is essential for boosting the immunity. The adverse effect of the common cold can be demise. Further Moringa has the innate antiviral quality.

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