The Moringa History

The Moringa Plant has been around for many centuries. It is said to be a highly valued plant during the early civilizations, with records of its use dating as far back as 150 B.C.

Ancient kings and queens included Moringa leaves and fruits in their diet to maintain mental alertness and healthy skin. Elixir drink made from Moringa were used by the early empire to boost the strength and energy of its military force.

The edible Moringa seed oil were used in making perfume, as its seed oil was valued for its retention of scents. It is also valued and used for the manufacture of skincare products.

Moringa comes from a plant family with 13 species, the most popular and most studied of which is the Moringa Oleifera. It abounds in tropical and subtropical climates, mostly in Africa and Asia and widely cultivated in India, Africa, the Philippines, Ceylon, Singapore, Taiwan, Latin America, etc.

The Moringa Natural Story

Moringa Oleifera is known as the “Miracle Tree” because it is one of the most nutrient-rich plants on earth. It is also referred to as “Nature’s Pharmacy” or “The Farmacy” because it is abundantly provided by nature and because of the therapeutic and health benefits attributed to it.

It is considered a powerhouse plant that can help prevent simple, serious or chronic diseases, the natural way.

The plant contains 90+ nutrients, 46 anti-oxidants and 18 essential amino acids. It is a great source of Vitamin A, calcium and iron and has easily-digestible protein or amino acids. One serving contains 22 percent of our recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin C, one of the most important anti-oxidants on Earth, and a huge 272 percent of our requirements for vitamin A.

Antioxidants help to neutralize the impact of free radicals, thereby guarding us from cancer and degenerative diseases such as macular degeneration and cystic fibrosis.

Studies and research and development efforts are continuously being undertaken to document the properties of Moringa, and evidenced-based research and findings indicated moringa as:

  • anti-diabetic, anti-hypertensive, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-viral, anti-pirasitic, anti-tumor, anti-pyretic, anti-epilectic, anti-ulcer, anti-spasmodic, diuretic, anti-fungal, cholesterol-lowering, anti-oxidant and anti-aging.
  • a support to increase breast milk production, boost the immune system and provide sustained energy, while also promoting muscle relaxation and a better sleep.

Uses and Benefits of the Parts of Moringa

Nutritional and Health Benefits of Moringa

Nutritional and Benefits of Moringa

Moringa Oleifera is known as the “Miracle Tree” because it is one of the most nutrient-rich plants on earth. Mother Nature has gifted us this plant, every part of which is packed with life-sustaining nutrients and goodness. It abounds in tropical and subtropical climates, mostly in Africa and Asia.

The plant contains 90+ nutrients, 46 oxidants and all essential amino acids. It is a great source of Vitamin A, calcium and iron and has easily-digestible protein (amino acids). Research shows that Moringa acts as cardiac and circulatory stimulants, possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-tumor, anti-pyretic, anti-epilectic, anti-ulcer, anti-spasmodic, dieuretic, anti-hypertensive, cholesterol lowering, anti-diabetic, hepatoprotective activities. It is known to increase breast milk production, boost the immune system and provide sustained energy, while also promoting muscle relaxation and a better sleep.