Body and Liver Detoxification: Moringa is The Answer!

8 05 2015

Added: (Thu May 03 2012)

The Moringa tree is not called as the miracle tree for nothing! For those of you who are not familiar with what Moringa can do, it is said to have lots of medicinal and health benefits. It can cure and remedy a wide array of diseases. The best thing about Moringa is that it also acts as a superfood. It contains all the nutrients and vitamins that our body needs. In fact, no food can compare to its nutritional content! It contains more vitamin A than a carrot. When it comes to vitamin C content, it has way more than what you can find in oranges. Its potassium content goes beyond that of a banana. In addition to that, it contains the complete set of amino acids that our body needs.

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Moringa For Liver Detox
One of the most popular use of Moringa is for liver detoxification. However, some people are still doubtful regarding its efficacy and safety. We are all aware about the great wonders that taking Moringa can provide to your liver. In addition to that, it can also provide amazing benefits to your body. However, is this a good basis for using moringa for liver detoxification? No matter how beneficial Moringa is for your liver’s health, detoxification can only take place if liver flushing is done. Moringa can facilitate liver detoxification if it is used in conjunction with a liver detox supplement. These two substances work together.

Moringa For Full Body Detox
Another common use of Moringa is for full body detoxification. Again, this benefit is a controversial issue for most people.  According to some of the studies made to detect the efficacy of moringa for detox, moringa was discovered to facilitate faster elimination of toxins. In addition to that, it has decreased the bad effects of alcohol in the liver as well as prevented any possible mitochondrial variations that can be induced by ethanol. From these results, we can say that moringa really be a great full body detoxifying agent.

How Moringa Can Detoxify Our Body?
Moringa works in three ways— a) it can alter the cell membrane, making it more resistant to toxins, b) it contains vast amounts of amino acids, making it easier for cells to regenerate fairly easily, and c) it provides the body with antioxidants that helps your body to fight off any free radicals.
Moringa supplements come in different forms ranging from tablets to teas. The choice is all up to you!

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 the American 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.


The Medicine Hunter on Moringa

3 05 2015

The Medicine Hunter on Moringa

Fox News
by Chris Kilham

In a remote valley of Congo, on a farm with splendid views of lush green mountains, I stand amidst a plantation of young moringa trees. The green leaves glisten in the African sun, the seed pods hang in curls. I pull a tender young leaf and chew on it, enjoying the fresh, pleasing taste. The Belgian couple growing this crop plans to cash in on an up-and-coming trend and their timing appears to be just right.

Over the past few years, a botanical new to the U.S. and European markets has been making impressive gains in popularity, due to its broad traditional benefits and emerging supportive science. That plant, moringa oleifera, is native to northern India, Pakistan, the Himalayan region, Africa and Arabia, but is now cultivated more widely throughout the tropics. The young plantation I have visited in Congo is one such cultivation project.

Also known as drumstick tree or horseradish tree, moringa trees grow quickly, reaching a height of between 15 and 30 feet within just a few years. The leaves, fruit flowers and immature pods of the tree are eaten as nutritious foods. The leaves in particular are consumed either raw in salads, tossed into blender drinks, or steamed like spinach. Rich in protein, beta-carotene, vitamin C, potassium and calcium, the leaves make an excellent green vegetable, and are pleasing in flavor.

But beyond the flavor and nutrition, moringa offers healing benefits. Virtually all parts of the plant are used to treat inflammation, infectious disorders, and various problems of the cardiovascular and digestive organs, while improving liver function and enhancing milk flow in nursing mothers. The uses of moringa are well documented in both the Ayurvedic and Unani systems of traditional medicine, among the most ancient healing systems in the world.

Moringa is rich in a variety of health-enhancing compounds, including moringine, moringinine, the potent antioxidants quercetin, kaempferol, rhamnetin, and various polyphenols. The leaves seem to be getting the most market attention, notably for their use in reducing high blood pressure, eliminating water weight, and lowering cholesterol.

Studies show that moringa leaves possess anti-tumor and anti-cancer activities, due in part to a compound called niaziminin. Preliminary experimentation also shows activity against the Epstein-Barr virus. Compounds in the leaf appear to help regulate thyroid function, especially in cases of over-active thyroid. Further research points to anti-viral activity in cases of Herpes simplex 1.

Now that moringa is emerging as a popular supplement for health enhancement, the science on this plant is accelerating. The glucose-modifying, anti-diabetic effects of moringa may prove of great use amidst a virtual epidemic of Type 2 diabetes and obesity. The liver-protective activities of the leaf and its extracts could make it a staple component of bitters formulas and various cleansing preparations. And ongoing work on the anti-cancer properties of moringa may at some point earn this plant a role in chemotherapy.

In the traditional medicinal systems of many cultures, plants with long uses and benefits remain to be discovered. Moringa oleifera, unknown in the market just ten years ago, is surging into greater popularity due to its multiple health benefits and nutritious value as a food. Also known colloquially as “miracle tree,” moringa is a valuable plant medicine, and deserves a place in the home pharmacy.

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Heard of Moringa? It’s an herb that helps milk supply.

10 03 2014

For any new mother who wants to do the best for her baby, breastfeeding can easily provide many benefits. However, some women have problems producing enough milk throughout the breastfeeding years. There can be causes for low milk supply such as being under stress or having some types of hormonal imbalances. Other causes can be having duct milk damage from previous surgeries, smoking, or even getting pregnant again while nursing.  When these possible causes can be ruled out, Moringa can be an option to help increase breast milk flow…. [more]

Dr. Oz on Moringa Oleifera

27 12 2013

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Moringa for cholesterol

18 12 2013

Testimonial: Moringa for cholesterol


More Moringa at the Adobo Festival!

14 12 2013

Find us at the Adobo Festival, Union City, CA on Dec 15

Pick up your bottle at the festival:

Moringa is known to demonstrate improved impact on the following:

  1. High Blood Pressure
  2. Sugar levels
  3. Arthritis
  4. Ulcers, Infections & Inflammation
  5. Strengthens Immunity
  6. Lactaction
  7. Natural Energy


Individual results may vary.

Moringa for lactation for new mothers

12 09 2013

Testimonial from one of our customers who just had a baby several weeks prior with little to no initial breastmilk supply.


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