What Is MoringaSOP PLOTTPALMTREES.COM from Eric Plott on Vimeo. No matter what your age, it is important to keep a clear head, which allows you to cope with challenges, reduce stress, keep calm and focused on the tasks at hand, sharpen your creative problem solving skills, and improve your overall mental agility. Mental and physical exercises achieved through puzzle solving, math quizzes, games like Sudoku and chess, or through light aerobic exercises such as brisk walking, swimming and cycling, contribute to sharpening your brain power and retaining your clarity and focus. In addition, a balanced diet with good nutrition will help your brain perform at its optimal level. Moringa is power-packed with nutrient and minerals, including: Calcium Magnesium 46 antioxidants Chloride Molybdenum Foolic acid Chromium Phosphorus 18 amino acids Copper Potassium Over 90 nutrients Fluorine Selenium Zinc Iron Sulfur Manganese Vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E and K Moringa’s high iron content, which, in a pound for pound comparison is around three times the levels found in spinach, is the perfect brain food. This dietary iron is transformed into hemoglobin, which boosts the oxygen supply to the brain. It also has zinc, which helps increase the activity between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. All 18 amino acids are found in Moringa and play a major role in neurotransmission which can be depleted in times of stress and sleep deprivation. So say hello to Mother Nature’s own medicine cabinet, and say goodbye to fatigue and confusion.
Dose Instructions: MORINGASOP PART 2 Direction ~E.G.PLOTTPALMTREES.COM from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Moringa oleifera’s health benefits have long since been well understood and cherished by the people of Asia and Africa. The Moringa tree’s uses as a health and medicinal plant can be traced back centuries; there are documented references of Moringa oil being placed in the tombs of ancient Egyptians. In fact, the Moringa tree’s benefits are so significant, it has been called the Tree of Life in many cultures. What the east has long since known is now being understood by the west, as more and more people in Europe and America begin to explore the benefits of alternative healing. Because the Moringa tree is rich in nutrients, and because the tree’s various parts can all be used, Moringa’s many benefits vary depending on which part of the plant is being used. The young, immature Moringa oleifera pods are the most valued and widely used of all the tree parts. The pods are extremely nutritious, containing essential amino acids, forming a complete protein source, and many vitamins, minerals, co-enzymes, and antioxidants. How can Moringa oleifera benefit you? The possibilities are endless. Here are just a few of the many real benefits people discover when taking Moringa oleifera: Increased physical energy - Tune your body up with naturally occurring nutrients to make your energy last longer Mental and emotional balance - Moringa oleifera's amazingly powerful nutrient compounds help restore stability to the chemicals that govern our thoughts and emotions. You have to experience it to appreciate it! Faster recovery - Moringa oleifera's complete amino profile, along with dozens of vitamins and minerals, makes it a perfect recovery food after grueling workouts and physical strain. Nutrient-dense mother's milk - Increased iron, potassium, Vitamins A, B, C, E, and dozens of other important nutrients are all readily absorbed from Moringa oleifera and transferred from mother's milk to the growing newborn. No wonder Moringa is called 'Mother's Best Friend' in cultures across Africa! Healthy blood sugar levels - antioxidants and unique regulating compounds help control blood sugar and keep the blood free of unhealthy substances. Just a few of the other many benefits of Moringa oleifera include increased flexibility, improved sensory perception, better sleep cycles, decreased depression and anxiety, and improved memory. Moringa has been used to help those with diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, and even cancer. Highly valued Moringa oil is extracted from the pods, and even the remaining seed cake does not go to waste. The seed cake can be used as a coagulant to clarify dirty and turbid water. It is used as an effective means of removing sediment and bacteria from water, helping to purify and treat water naturally, a useful benefit in areas where industrial water treatment is not available. Moringa leaves are perhaps equally valuable and provide powerful benefits to anyone who is conscious of their nutrient intake. The leaves of the Moringa tree are among the most protein-dense leaves of any plant species. Moringa leaves also contain high levels of vitamin A comparable to carrots, calcium comparable to milk, and vitamin C comparable to oranges, as well as high amounts of other vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. Moringa leaves can be used in food preparation, and also brewed as a tea, either alone or in combination with other teas. Even a small glass of Moringa tea benefits the drinker with a host of nutrients. It is impossible to list the complete benefits of Moringa, simply because they are too numerous to write out. What is guaranteed is that our Moringa Products are freshly produced and packed to retain their nutrients. They are safe to consume by all ages, and will benefit you and your family for years to come. Choose Moringa Source for your Moringa and discover the many benefits in store for you! Moringa Nutritional Information
The Vitamin Content of Moringa Oleifera Leaf Powder
∆Play Video ∆ Ian Jacklin interviews Eric Plott On iCureCancer †Cure4 Cancer, Diabetes, 300 Diseases ~E.G.PLOTT from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Moringa oleifera is rich with diverse vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Best of all, these nutrients are readily available for your body to use. The great majority of multivitamins available in the supermarket today are created in laboratories, where ingredients are synthesized and packed into a small pill. Unfortunately, most of these ingredients are not easily absorbed by the body because they are not sourced from whole foods. Moringa is a natural, whole-food source for vitamins, minerals, protein, antioxidants, and other important compounds that your body relies on to stay healthy. Moringa’s benefits are derived from the plant’s high concentration of bio-available nutrients. Moringa contains high levels of Vitamin A (beta carotene), Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B7 (Biotin), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol), Vitamin E (Tocopherol) and Vitamin K. Vitamin A (beta carotene) is needed by the retina of the eye in the form of a specific metabolite, the light-absorbing molecule retinal. This molecule is absolutely necessary for both scotopic vision and color vision. Vitamin A also functions in a very different role - as an irreversibly oxidized form retinoic acid, which is an important hormone-like growth factor for epithelial and other cells. Vitamin B1 (thiamine) helps fuel the body by converting blood sugar into energy. It keeps the mucous membranes healthy and is essential for the nervous system and cardiovascular and muscular functions. Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) is required for a wide variety of cellular processes. Like the other B vitamins, it plays a key role in energy metabolism, and for the metabolism of fats, ketone bodies, carbohydrates, and proteins. It is the central component of the cofactors FAD and FMN, and is therefore required by all "Flavoproteins". Vitamin B3 (niacin), like all B complex vitamins, is necessary for healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. It also helps the nervous system function properly. Niacin helps the body produce sex and stress-related hormones in the adrenal glands and other parts of the body. It is effective in improving circulation and reducing cholesterol levels in the blood. Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) is required for the synthesis of the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine and for myelin formation. Pyridoxine deficiency in adults principally affects the peripheral nerves, skin, mucous membranes, and the blood cell system. In children, the central nervous system (CNS) is also affected. Deficiency can occur in people with uremia, alcoholism, cirrhosis, hyperthyroidism, malabsorption syndromes, congestive heart failure (CHF), and in those taking certain medications. Vitamin B7 (biotin) has vital metabolic functions. Without biotin as a co-factor, many enzymes do not work properly, and serious complications can occur, including varied diseases of the skin, intestinal tract, and nervous system. Biotin can help address high blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes, and is helpful in maintaining healthy hair and nails, decreasing insulin resistance and improving glucose tolerance, and possibly preventing birth defects. It plays a role in energy metabolism, and has been used to treat alopecia, cancer, Crohn's disease, hair loss, Parkinson's disease, peripheral neuropathy, Rett syndrome, seborrheic dermatitis, and vaginal candidiasis. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is one of the safest and most effective nutrients, experts say. It may not be the cure for the common cold (though it's thought to help prevent more serious complications), but the benefits of vitamin C may include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and wrinkles. Vitamin D (cholecalciferol) is essential for promoting calcium absorption in the gut and maintaining adequate serum calcium and phosphate concentrations to enable normal mineralization of bone and prevent hypocalcemic tetany. It is also needed for bone growth and bone remodeling by osteoblasts and osteoclasts. Without sufficient vitamin D, bones can become thin, brittle, or misshapen. Vitamin D sufficiency prevents rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. Together with calcium, vitamin D also helps protect the elderly from osteoporosis. Vitamin D has other roles in human health, including modulation of neuromuscular and immune function and reduction of inflammation. Vitamin E describes a family of eight antioxidants, four tocopherols and four tocotrienols. alpha-tocopherol (a-tocopherol) is the only form of vitamin E that is actively maintained in the human body and is therefore, the form of vitamin E found in the largest quantities in the blood and tissue. Vitamin E, a fat-soluble vitamin, protects vitamin A and essential fatty acids from oxidation in the body cells and prevents breakdown of body tissues. Vitamin K is needed for blood to properly clot, and for the liver to make blood clotting factors, including factor II (prothrombin), factor VII (proconvertin), factor IX (thromboplastin component), and factor X (Stuart factor). Other clotting factors that depend on vitamin K are protein C, protein S, and protein Z. Deficiency of vitamin K or disturbances of liver function (for example, severe liver failure) may lead to deficiencies of clotting factors and excess bleeding. Amino Acids: The Foundation of Our Body There are 18 different amino acids, or protein types, that are the building blocks for a healthy body. Non-essential amino acids are proteins that the body can synthesize by itself, provided there is enough nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen available. Essential amino acids are proteins supplied by the food you eat. They must be consumed in your diet as the human body either cannot make them or cannot make them in sufficient quantities to meet your body’s needs. Proteins act as enzymes, hormones, and antibodies for your immune system. They maintain fluid balance and keep the levels of acid and alkalinity in check. Proteins also transport substances such as oxygen, vitamins, and minerals to target cells throughout the body. Structural proteins, such as collagen and keratin, are responsible for the formation of bones, teeth, hair, and the outer layer of skin and they help maintain the structure of blood vessels and other tissues. Enzymes are proteins that facilitate chemical reactions without being changed in the process.Hormones (chemical messengers) are proteins that travel to one or more specific target tissues or organs, and many have important regulatory functions. Insulin, for example, plays a key role in regulating the amount of glucose in the blood. The human body also uses protein to manufacture antibodies (giant protein molecules), which combat invading antigens. Antigens are usually foreign substances such as bacteria and viruses that have entered the body and could potentially be harmful. Immunoproteins, also called immunoglobulins or antibodies, defend your body from possible attack from these invaders by binding to the antigens and inactivating them. If these critical components for a healthy body are not provided as part of a healthy diet, your body will look for other sources for them. This can include the breakdown of your organs, leading to chronic problems such as liver and kidney problems, diabetes, and heart disease. Moringa Oleifera Leaf Powder Moringa is considered a complete food because it contains all of the essential amino acids required for a healthy body. Dried Moringa leaf is a nutritional powerhouse and contains all of the following amino acids: ISOLEUCINE builds proteins and enzymes and it provides ingredients used to create other essential biochemical components in the body, some of which promote energy and stimulate the brain to maintain a state of alertness. LEUCINE works with isoleucine to build proteins and enzymes which enhance the body's energy and alertness. LYSINE ensures your body absorbs the right amount of calcium. It also helps form collagen used in bone cartilage and connective tissues. In addition, lysine aids in the production of antibodies, hormones, and enzymes. Recent studies have shown lysine improves the balance of nutrients that reduce viral growth. METHIONINE primarily supplies sulfur to your body. It is known to prevent hair, skin, and nail problems, while lowering cholesterol levels as it increases the liver's production of lecithin. Methionine reduces liver fat and protects the kidneys, which reduces bladder irritation. PHENYLALAINE produces the chemical needed to transmit signals between nerve cells and the brain. It can help with concentration and alertness, reduce hunger pains, and improve memory and mood. THREONINE is an important part of collagen, elastin, and enamel proteins. It assists metabolism and helps prevent fat build-up in the liver while boosting the body's digestive and intestinal tracts. TRYPTOPHAN supports the immune system, alleviates insomnia, and reduces anxiety, depression, and the symptoms of migraine headaches. It also is beneficial in decreasing the risk of artery and heart spasms as it works with lysine to reduce cholesterol levels. VALINE is important in promoting a sharp mind, coordinated muscles, and a calm mood. Non-Essential Amino Acids in Moringa ALANINE is important for energy in muscle tissue, brain, and central nervous system. It strengthens the immune system by producing antibodies. Alanine also helps in the healthy metabolism of sugars and organic acids in the body. ARGININE causes the release of the growth hormones considered crucial for optimal muscle growth and tissue repair. It also improves immune responses to bacteria, viruses, and tumor cells while promoting the healing of the body's wounds. ASPARTIC ACID helps rid the body of ammonia created by cellular waste. When the ammonia enters the circulatory system it can act as a highly toxic substance which can damage the central nervous system. Recent studies have also shown that aspartic acid may decrease fatigue and increase endurance. CYSTINE functions as an antioxidant and is a powerful aid to the body in protecting against radiation and pollution. It can help slow the aging process, deactivate free radicals, and neutralize toxins. It also helps in protein synthesis and presents cellular change. It is necessary for the formation of new skin cells, which aids in the recovery from burns and surgical operations. GLUTAMIC ACID is food for the brain. It improves mental capacities, helps speed the healing of ulcers, reduces fatigue, and curbs sugar cravings. GLYCINE promotes the release of oxygen required in the cell-making process. It is also important in the manufacturing of hormones responsible for a strong immune system. HISTIDINE is used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, allergies, ulcers, and anemia. A lack of histidine may lead to poor hearing. SERINE is important in storing glucose in the liver and muscles. Its antibodies help strengthen the body's immune system. Plus, it synthesizes fatty acid sheaths around nerve fibers. PROLINE is extremely important for the proper function of your joints and tendons. It also helps maintain and strengthen heart muscles. TYROSINE transmits nerve impulses to your brain. It helps overcome depression; improves memory; increases mental alertness; plus promotes the healthy functioning of the thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary glands. Moringa for Diabetes & Blood Pressure
Thanks to high stress levels and poor lifestyle habits, millions of adult Americans are diagnosed with Diabetes & Blood Pressure each year. The problem extends to children as well; Type 1 diabetes (also known as Juvenile Diabetes) affects 1 in 400 children and adolescents. In a person suffering from diabetes, the body does not produce enough insulin, which is necessary to break down glucose into energy. A build up of this glucose can lead to further complications. According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million children and adults have diabetes in the US. For those suffering from high blood pressure – 1 in 3 adult Americans - the force of blood against the walls of arteries stays higher than normal. High blood pressure is the leading cause of death in the US, and is regarded as a lifelong diseases and precursor to more serious ailments like stroke and cardiac arrest. Yet, healthy living with the right exercise and nutrition can help those who suffer from diabetes and blood pressure to lower their risk considerably. Moringa has been used by diabetics and those with high blood pressure with good results. It is truly a superfood, which contains all the right ingredients to help support healthy blood pressure levels and acts as an unparalleled nutritional supports for diabetics. Here’s why. Moringa contains: Vitamin C, which helps support the body’s production of nitric oxide, which in turn aids the normal functioning of blood vessels, and which may prevent the development of diabetic cataract. Calcium, which acts as a muscle relaxant. 4 times the potassium found in bananas (when compared pound for pound), which helps lower sodium content, thereby decreasing blood pressure. Magnesium, Zinc, and Vitamin E, which help smoothen and relax the muscles of blood vessels. Vitamin D, which is essential to help the pancreas secrete insulin correctly. Vitamin A, an antioxidant which may reduce the risk of blindness caused by diabetes. Vitamin B, which is associated with effective treatment of diabetic neuropathy. 90 + nutrients and 46 antioxidants, all which aid in promoting health and wellness. Our Moringa Products are safe and all natural, so they can be used by children and adults alike, with no known side-effects. Used regularly, Moringa supports a healthy blood sugar and functions as an ideal nutritional support for those with diabetes. If you do suffer from diabetes or high blood pressure, we recommend consulting your physician before consuming Moringa.
Moringa and Cancer
PART 2: ☼.π) IAN Jacklin★ ∆nd Eric Plott †ᴴᴰ Unveiled MoringaSOP™ Box Natural Cancer Cure † PLOTTPALMTREES.COM from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Moringa oleifera has been a staple ingredient in the preparation of herbal remedies for hundreds of years, dating back to ancient Ayurvedic medicine in India. Moringa’s spread from India into other parts of Asia, Africa, and South America have drawn scientists and researchers to study the Moringa tree in detail to learn more about its anti-carcinogenic properties. Not surprisingly, modern science has confirmed the effectiveness of Moringa as an anti-cancer plant, just as it has been known for centuries by native cultures. Moringa's powerful combination of anti-cancer nutrients includes: Vitamins Minerals Complete Proteins Powerful Antioxidants Moringa oleifera is rich with powerful antioxidants, which serve the body’s health by eliminating free radicals, cancer-causing substances that build up in the body and lead to the onset of cancerous growth. Unlike most other foods rich in antioxidants, Moringa oleifera contains a uniquely powerful combination of antioxidants, which work together to make Moringa one of nature's most potent antioxidant sources. In fact, Moringa’s dense antioxidant profile is on par or superior to the best sources of antioxidants found in nature, including green teas, wild berries, and other recognized superfoods. Moringa has been demonstrated to be an affective antibiotic against harmful bacteria, some of which are known carcinogens. It is not a commonly realized fact that certain bacteria and viruses are carcinogenic, but the World Health Organization has listed many bacterial and viral strains on their list of known cancer-causing agents. Moringa may aid in preventing cancer
1) Moringa Man Shows You The Best Cure For Cancer According To Body Chemistry PLOTTPALMTREES.COM from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Helicobacter pylori, for example, is a bacterium that lives in the digestive tract and is common in underdeveloped countries around the world. The unique combination of anti-cancer compounds found in Moringa oleifera has been demonstrated to effectively fight against H. pylori in low concentrations. Moringa has also been shown to be effective against Burkitt lymphoma, a lymphatic cancer that is highly prevalent in people with HIV and AIDS. A clinical study demonstrated that compounds found in Moringa oleifera inhibited the activation of Burkitt lymphoma cells. Further controlled investigation demonstrates that Moringa dramatically reduces the prevalence of skin papillomas, also known as skin tags, which can become malignant in some cases when not treated. Another report published in the Medscape News, explains the possible effectiveness of Moringa oleifera as a source of strong anti-cancer compounds for female reproductive disorders, including ovarian cancer. Among the most common medicinal plants used in India, only the compounds found in Moringa oleifera have been proven effective against a variety of cancers, which, according to the report, include cancers of the pancreas, lung, esophagus, and breast. Studies have also shown that the compounds found in Moringa oleifera are effective againstpreventing the cancer-causing effects of certain compounds that enter the body. Niazimicin, a compound found in the leaves of the Moringa tree, blocks the carcinogenic effects of cancer-causing chemicals. Here’s why it works Moringa oleifera's uniquely potent combination of nutrients offers the human body a powerful, natural, anti-cancer boost. Moringa's high nutrient absorption rate gives the body the vitamins and minerals required to keep the immune system functioning proVitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E and K. perly. And over 40 antioxidant compounds aid the body in ridding itself of harmful cancer-causing substances. As modern medicine continues to study the compounds found in Moringa oleifera, evidence grows which confirms India’s centuries-old tradition of using Moringa oleifera against cancer, as well as many other common ailments, may be worth investigating further. The World Health Organization, National Institutes of Health, and many peer-reviewed medical journals have published information pointing to Moringa as a promising natural anti-carcinogenic. This body of information will undoubtedly continue to expand with the rising awareness of Moringa’s important role as a nutritive and therapeutic plant species. Moringa for Nutrients for Children & Nursing Mothers Moringa for Children Rapidly growing bodies need nutrients to aid in muscle and bone growth, brain development, mental clarity, healthy skin, hair, and nails, and to strengthen the immune system. Children deprived of nourishment during these intensive growth cycles may show lower IQ levels, speech and language difficulties, and slower motor skills. They can contract a number of chronic diseases and ailments, setting them up for poor health lifelong. Yet children are fussy eaters, selecting sugared cereals, pop, and fatty dairy products, over vegetables, fruit, whole grains and lean meats. With Moringa, you can give your child a head start to a healthy life.
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Pound for pound, Moringa contains: 3 times the iron than spinach 4 times the calcium found in milk 3 times the potassium of bananas 2 times the protein found in yogurt and almost the same amount of protein found in eggs 7 times the vitamin C of oranges In addition, Moringa has magnesium, vitamin A, B Complex Vitamins (thiamine, niacin, and riboflavin), copper, manganese, and zinc! Pregnant and Nursing Women Pregnant and nursing women, and their babies, can benefit from Moringa, a single, natural, nutrient dense product, which contains the goodness of a whole food. Moringa leaves contain high amounts of calcium and protein, more than milk and dairy products. They are lactose free and nut free, so those who are lactose intolerant or have nut allergies can consume them safely. Moringa also has high levels of vitamin A, known to aid in the production of breast milk and increase the overall quality of milk secreted. In fact, studies have shown a 25% increase in milk production through the use of Moringa. In addition, the milk contains a greater concentration of nutrients when compared to the breast milk of those not consuming Moringa leaf powder. Our Moringa products are sourced from eco sustainable farms around the world, and must pass through stringent quality checks before they reach your table. They are grown in an environmentally responsible fashion and are the same products we feed to our own children. So you know what is safe for you, is safe for baby too. The World Health Organization recommends feeding malnourished infants and children Moringa on a daily basis. Moringa for Clarity, Focus & Concentration No matter what your age, it is important to keep a clear head, which allows you to cope with challenges, reduce stress, keep calm and focused on the tasks at hand, sharpen your creative problem solving skills, and improve your overall mental agility. Mental and physical exercises achieved through puzzle solving, math quizzes, games like Sudoku and chess, or through light aerobic exercises such as brisk walking, swimming and cycling, contribute to sharpening your brain power and retaining your clarity and focus. In addition, a balanced diet with good nutrition will help your brain perform at its optimal level.
∆ PROOF: PARKINSON AND DIABETES CURED † WITH MORINGA RAW FROM ~E.G.PLOTTPALMTREES.COM~ from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Moringa is power-packed with nutrient and minerals, including: Calcium Chloride Chromium Copper Fluorine Iron Manganese Over 90 nutrients 46 antioxidants 18 amino acids Magnesium Molybdenum Phosphorus Potassium Selenium Sulfur Zinc Vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E and K Foolic acid Moringa’s high iron content, which, in a pound for pound comparison is around three times the levels found in spinach, is the perfect brain food. This dietary iron is transformed into hemoglobin, which boosts the oxygen supply to the brain. It also has zinc, which helps increase the activity between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. All 18 amino acids are found in Moringa and play a major role in neurotransmission which can be depleted in times of stress and sleep deprivation. So say hello to Mother Nature’s own medicine cabinet, and say goodbye to fatigue and confusion. Moringa Tea: Flavorful and Nutritious The nutritious leaves of the Moringa oleifera tree are an excellent ingredient for making teas filled with potent antioxidants. Moringa leaves can be steeped in hot water for several minutes in a traditional tea-making process. The leaves release an abundance of nutrients and antioxidants into the hot water, creating a refreshing and flavorful tea, full of beneficial compounds that promote energy and wellness. Moringa tea is made by harvesting fresh leaves from the Moringa tree and drying them at low temperatures to preserve the vital nutrients that will be released into your tea water. Dried leaves are then shredded and either retained in their loose form or bagged into tea bags. How Moringa Works One of the most important benefits of drinking Moringa tea is the high level of antioxidants that it delivers. Antioxidants are compounds which prevent cellular damage; the common pathway for cancer, aging, and a variety of other disease. Free radicals are groups of atoms which are formed when oxygen interacts with molecules, and they can react with cellular components that can be harmful and lead to life-threatening illnesses. Antioxidants act as a defense system against free radicals. Diets that are high in antioxidants are considered essential to keeping the body free of polluting and carcinogenic substances that can lead to illness and disease. Moringa leaves are packed with antioxidants called "flavonoids", which are naturally occurring antioxidant compounds made in plants. These powerful flavonoids include quercetin and kaempferol. In fact, Moringa is equal to even the strongest green teas in its ability to deliver powerful antioxidants to the body. Benefits to Drinking Moringa Tea People who drink Moringa tea report a pleasant boost in energy and mental clarity after consuming a single cup. Women find that Moringa tea helps with cramps and bloating during their menstrual cycles, and men report increased levels of stamina during their working days. People in India and the Philippines drink Moringa tea regularly for nutrition, clarity, and general wellness. Read more about the Many Health Benefits of Moringa oleifera Preparing Moringa Tea Making your own Moringa tea is an easy and enjoyable task. Simply use ½ to 1 teaspoon of dried Moringa leaf powder per serving of tea you wish to brew. Add the Moringa leaves to an empty tea bag and submerge in hot water for five to ten minutes. For best results, place a lid on top while the Moringa leaves steep. Remove the tea bag from the water, squeeze it out, and enjoy your fresh Moringa tea! Did you know you can replace your coffee with Moringa tea? Simply use the same ratio of Moringa leaf powder that you use for coffee in your coffee maker. Add the Moringa powder to a coffee filter, fill the coffee maker with water, and brew yourself a healthy Moringa alternative to your usual cup of java!
Vegan Strongman; Eric Plott Moving 10 TONS of SAND ~E.G.PLOTTPALMTREES.COM from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Moringa Tea Recipes Cold Moringa Tea 1-2 tbsp Moringa leaf powder Slice of fresh ginger root or freshly squeezed lemon juice Honey to taste (optional) Add ingredients to a 16 oz. bottle of water. Shake thoroughly and allow to sit for an hour. Moringa steeps well in cold water, but it takes longer to brew than it would in hot water. Hot Moringa Tea Use the above recipe, and use ½ to 1 teaspoon of Moringa leaf powder in 8-12 oz. of hot water. Allow the tea to steep, preferably covered, for up to ten minutes. Enjoy! Variations: Add any of the following common tea ingredients to create a more complex and tasty Moringa tea: Green tea Lemongrass Lemon zest Coconut milk Moringa Source FAQs
Why Moringa King™ Is Best - PROCESSING PROTOCOL at PlottPalmTrees.Com from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Q: Is Moringa oleifera just another dietary fad/super food? A: Moringa oleifera has been in use for more than 2,000 years and is a very valued plant for a wide variety of applications. It has been revered for centuries in countries in Asia and Africa for both its healing and nutritive value. It is only now being discovered in western culture as people look to nature for health and treatment. In many third world countries, Moringa oleifera continues to form the basis for nutritional programs put into place by charitable organizations. The biggest challenge for Moringa oleifera is the “too good to be true” syndrome. It offers so much, that it is difficult to believe such a simple plant can be so useful. Q: If Moringa oleifera is so good, how come I haven’t heard of it? A: Moringa oleifera is known by over 200 names in many different countries, which adds to its anonymity. It is usually the product of tropical and sub-tropical countries, where the hardy plant survives well and provides sustenance to native people. As a result, this product hasn’t been commercially farmed and produced on an industrial scale. However, it is incorporated into many “proprietary” formulas for nutritional supplements and the Moringa oleifera oil is used in many luxurious cosmetics. Q: With the accessibility to fresh vegetables in most shops, why is a supplement like Moringa oleifera necessary? A: Time, not availability is usually the issue. Gyms, swimming pools and basketball courts abound, but we are more out of shape now than at any time in our history. In an ideal society, we would have the time to cook all of our meals from scratch with fresh vegetables that we can personally vouch for. However, most of us are so busy in the evenings with after-school activities, homework, travel, and chores, that meals are usually grabbed from the freezer or emptied from a can. As a result, our food is reconstituted, reheated, “enriched”, preserved, and genetically modified. We have only to look at the health of our youth, with a staggering increase in obesity, juvenile diabetes, and autism, to determine that all is not well in the world of nutrition. Our bodies were designed to get our nutrition primarily from plant sources. Balance is the key and Moringa oleifera is a naturally balanced nutritional supplement.
Q: Is your Moringa organic?
A: While our Moringa is grown responsibly, it is not Certified Organic at this time. Unless the product can bear the USDA label (which requires certification), it is not considered “organic”.
Q: Is your Moringa gluten and monosodium glutamate (MSG) free?
A: Yes, our products are 100% free of gluten and monosodium glutamate (MSG).
Q: I have heard that Moringa is high in calcium. Is it safe for those who suffer from lactose intolerance?
A: You have heard right. Moringa is rich in many nutrients and has a high calcium value, pound for pound, 17 times the calcium in milk. Despite this, it is safe for all to consume, including those who are lactose intolerant, as it doesn’t contain any lactose.
Q: Is your Moringa genetically modified?
A: No. Moringa oleifera is beneficial in its natural form and does not need to be genetically modified at any level. Studies in animals show genetically modified food can cause abnormalities in adults and children, and can be harmful to health. Our Moringa is grown in a natural, sustainable environment, and is pesticide, herbicide, and chemical-free, so you can rest assured it is safe to consume.
Q: How much Moringa should I take each day? A: We recommend two capsules in the morning with breakfast and two in the evening with your evening meal. For powder, use one teaspoon twice daily.
Q: Do I need a prescription for Moringa? A: No, you don’t. It is a completely safe and natural product, which contains ingredients your body will recognize for their nutritive value. Moringa is one of the few plants that can be consumed by the entire family. In fact the World Health Organization recommends feeding malnourished infants and children Moringa on a daily basis. If you are concerned or suffer from a medical disability, we recommend you speak to your health care practitioner before consuming Moringa products.
Q: What are some of the health benefits to consuming Moringa? A: There are many health benefits to consuming Moringa, which is why it has earned the title of a super food, and is also sometimes known as The Miracle Tree, or the Tree of Life. While the benefits vary in degree from person to person, our customers have reported improvement in digestion, vision, energy levels, mental clarity, and overall well being. They also use Moringa to support a healthy blood sugar level, as a nutritional support for diabetes, and as an overall health and wellness supplement.
Q: Are there any side effects I may experience? A: Moringa is chockfull of vitamins, nutrients, antioxidants, and amino acids. According to the International Organization, Trees for Life, extensive research conducted at the Noguchi Memorial Medical Research Centre in Ghana has found that Moringa leaf powder has no toxic elements and no side effects were observed even in families consuming high amounts of Moringa. However, each person is unique and responds differently to Moringa. If you do suffer any side effects, they may range from mild headaches and upset stomachs, to nausea. This is simply the result of toxins being eliminated from your body. Gradually, these side effects should disappear. THE ANTIOXIDANT POWERPLANT- MORINGA
The Moringa Kingdom™ Movie Preview WIth Picture Slide Show- YOU CAN COME ALONG! from Eric Plott on Vimeo. Moringa oleifera, commonly referred to simply as Moringa, is the most widely cultivated variety of the genus Moringa. It is of the family Moringaceae. Moringa is an exceptionally nutritious vegetable tree with a variety of potential uses. Moringa tree leaves are the richest natural sources of powerful vitamins and minerals on the face of the earth. The history of Moringa dates back to 150 B.C. Historical proofs reveal that ancient kings and queens used Moringa leaves and fruit in their diet to maintain mental alertness, physical prowes and healthy skin. 27 % Protein. Contains ALL the Amino Acids required for Human Protein Synthesis 8.5 times more Protein than yoghurt A Rich Source of Vitamins C, B, B1, B2, B3 16.5 times more Calcium than Milk 10.5 times more Vitamin A than Carrots 15 times more Potassium than Bananas 12 times more Iron than Spinach Moringa Leave Powder provides the answer to the perfectly Balanced Vegetarian Diet which so often lacks in Essential Amino Acids and other essential nutrients. Possibly the most nutritious of all leaf crops, Moringa Leaf Powder is 27% Protein and has extremely high levels of Folates, Vitamin C, Carotenes, Calcium, Iron, and Niacin. Eat Moringa Leaf Powder in abundance and you will ensure that your body is receiving excellent nutrition far surpassing any artificial supplements. As with any food that contains significant amounts of nutrients, Moringa Leaf Powder is best eaten raw so that the nutritional value remains intact. If you would like to add the powder to cooked dishes remember the less heat the better. The Moringa Tree is native to Northern India on the Southern Slopes of the Himalayas. In Southern India it is said that no meal is complete without Moringa. In Ayurvedic Medicine it is said to cure over 300 ‘conditions’ and was even revered in ancient Sanskrit texts. Jam-Packed Full of Nutrients; Think for Yourself what Moringa Leaf Powder can do for You!
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