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Organic Moringa Powder.

Organic Moringa Powder.

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Village Organica Moringa Powder is a Authentic, Native Breed, Organically grown and Sourced from wild. Moringa tree is referred as “The Miracle Tree” & “Mother’s Best Friend”.  Moringa contains 46 powerful antioxidants – compounds that protect the body against the destructive effects of free radicals by neutralizing them before they can cause cellular damage and disease.

Moringa leaves are exceptionally nutritious. When fresh, they are rich in vitamin C. When carefully dried, gram for gram Moringa leaves contain 24 times the iron of spinach, 16 times the calcium of milk, 9 times the vitamin A of carrots, many times the potassium of bananas, and every essential amino acid your body needs. The leaves are rich in protein, vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C and minerals.

Usage & Benefits of Moringa Powder.

  • Antioxidants: Moringa leaves and flowers are rich in polyphenols. Most notable are high concentrations of quercetin, chlorogenic acid, vitamin C and beta-carotene. Chlorogenic acid may be responsible for the ability of the leaves to lower blood sugar levels. Studies have found this antioxidant to slow the absorption of sugar into cells.
  • Diabetes: Moringa can lead to a reduction in blood glucose and lipid levels. Studies have shown up to a 13.5% decrease in fasting blood sugar levels among those who took moringa powder regularly for three months. Additionally, adding the leaves to meals of diabetic patients has been shown to reduce the rise in blood sugar by 21%. These effects may be due in part to high levels of chlorogenic acid, which is also found in coffee.
  • Moringa can also help regulate oxidative stress in diabetic patients, which protects against all types of cell damage.
  • Inflammation: Inflammation is a contributing, and in some cases causal, factor in many diseases. Lowering inflammation in the body is vital to the treatment of disease and relief of symptoms. Polyphenols and flavonoids, found in moringa in high concentrations, have anti-inflammatory properties. Consuming the leaves, pods, and seeds can help to lower inflammation throughout the body and prevent chronic disease.
  • Liver Health: The high antioxidant levels in moringa help to repair and prevent cell damage. Specific to the liver, moringa has been shown to reverse oxidation, reducing liver damage and fibrosis. The oil has also been shown to restore liver enzymes to normal levels. This is particularly important, as normal levels of liver enzymes are vital for the liver to perform its tasks of blood detoxification, fructose and fat metabolism, and bile production.
  • Brain Health: Nutrient density and antioxidants prevent neuronal degeneration and help to improve brain function. Moringa also appears to help support healthy memory, mood, and mental health through the normalization of the neurotransmitters dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin.
  • Early research indicates that moringa may be a successful treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Heart Health: Moringa has been shown to have cholesterol-lowering effects. This is important, as high levels of cholesterol in the blood have consistently been linked to increased heart disease risk. Findings have been repeated in both human and animal studies, providing strong support for moringa’s ability to protect and improve heart health.
  • Antibacterial and Antifungal
  • Moringa can help fight infections on the skin and in the blood and urinary tract. Used internally, it can also help treat infections that cause digestive problems. These include bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections.
  • Wound Healing: Moringa’s antimicrobial properties can help to prevent infection and encourage wound healing. It can also promote blood clotting to slow down bleeding at the site of a wound. Applied topically, moringa can decrease inflammation at the site of an injury, which also assists with pain relief.

Whatever your preferred method of consuming moringa, it is best to use products derived from the leaf, as seed extracts may be toxic to immune cells in large doses. Leaves have been shown to be safe, even in very large doses.

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