Moringa Oleifera – The Miracle Tree

17 05 2012

Added: (Thu May 17 2012)
Pressbox (Press Release) – By: Paul Baterna
Moringa and its contents

Traditional medicinal uses of moringa baternafarmsMoringa capsules have vitamin A, riboflavin, thiamine, pyroxidine, niacin, biotin, vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin K. Moringa powder contains a good amount of vitamins to the extent that it is among the wealthiest plant sources of nutrients. A lot of minerals are present in Moringa capsules and these are calcium, iron, copper, magnesium, zinc, manganese, and magnesium. All these nutrients are required for proper body functioning. These vitamins and minerals seen in Moringa capsules boost the body’s nutrient level. These supplements, with over 90 nutritive ingredients, are the best source to nurture the body with important substances.

Moringa oleifera contains a lot more than 46 anti-oxidants, which aids in preventing the accumulation of free radicals in the body. Normally just animal products like eggs, meats, and other dairy products contain all these essential amino acids.

Astoundingly, Morina leaves also contain them all. Several parts of this tree like the roots, seeds, bark, leaves, flowers, fruits, and immature pods like cardiac and circulatory enhancers, possess antitumor, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, anti epileptic, antispasmodic, antihypertensive, antiulcer, diuretic, antioxidant, antidiabetic, cholesterol lowering, antifungal, and antibacterial properties, and are being used for the treatment of various diseases.

Moringa is popularly known in almost 82 countries by 210 names, but the name that fully encompasses all of its qualities is “the Miracle Tree”.

Moringa for kids

Inadequate levels of nutrients or giving the kid wrong kind of foods can cause elevation of toxins in the body. And because no single food group can keep the body nourished with all the important ingredients it demands, it is best to go over some natural trees that contain several, if not all, classes of nutrients. Kids are the most vulnerable age group; they require complete nutrition for proper growth and development.

Moringa is indeed an excellent source of nutrients for children. It contains calcium that helps build strong bones and teeth. Being the most abundant mineral in the body, it gets extra attention for its role in maintaining healthy structure of the kids. Calcium level of Moringa is much higher than milk. Cases of fractures among kids are increasing because of calcium deficiency. It is likewise a major mineral required for muscle contractions, would healing and repair. It helps in the proper functioning of hormones as well as neurotransmitters in the brain.

Moringa as an anti-aging supplement

Aging is a normal process but it somehow affects our social environment. Signs of old age includes liver spots on skin, impaired hearing, wrinkles, hair loss, decreased ability to think well, poor eyesight, not able to call memories, slower reaction times and agility, greater susceptibility to bone fractures and diseases. Older individuals normally have lower body temperatures and infections that can cause fever. Pneumonia patients may present symptoms like rapid breathing, loss of appetite, and decreased functioning. Urinary tract infections are also common and signs like confusion or incontinence can really be a problem. All of these can be alleviated by Moringa capsules.

About the Author:

Joyce is a health and fitness blogger from Baterna Farms, one of the first farms in Florida that has offered healthy and nutritious Moringa to theAmerican Family. Baterna Farms has always looked to improve the health and well being of each individual by bringing it to the dining room table or capsulation into a burst of nutritional goodness.




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