Moringa, a plant grown in the Himalayan region, recently became a big hit with European and American consumers. The evidence of multiple health benefits, as well as its nutritional value, make it a highly sought-after health product and supplement. Learn how to prepare a shot of moringa and take it on an empty stomach to see excellent health results and especially energetic ones.
Whether ingested or applied to the skin, moringa has a lot to offer. Read on and you will understand why many endorse the properties of this plant and call it the 'miracle tree'.
Each part of moringa can be used
With moringa, absolutely nothing is wasted. For each part that composes it there are uses and applications. Flowers, leaves, seeds, oil, pods, and even bark and roots have a valuable place in the kitchen and / or in the medicine cabinet.
Moringa leaves are loaded with vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and more. One hundred grams of dried moringa leaves contain:
· 4 times more potassium than bananas (moringa contains 1467 mg of potassium and yogurt contains 358 mg of potassium)
· 15 times the calcium in milk (moringa contains 1897 mg of calcium and milk contains 125 mg of calcium)
· 12 times the iron in spinach (moringa contains 32.5 mg of iron and spinach contains 2.7 mg of iron)
· 3 times the vitamin A of carrots (moringa contains 3639 mcg of Retinol Activity Equivalents (RAE) and carrot contains 1019 mcg RAE)
With the popularity of moringa, and growing, the science on this tree is also growing. The research yields some promising findings, but more studies are required to establish the potential effects and uses in medicine.
Health-promoting compounds in moringa include moringin, moringinin, the powerful antioxidants quercetin, kaempferol, rhamnetin, and various polyphenols.
How to prepare a shot of moringa to take on an empty stomach
Having said all this, the most that we can think of right now is to consume moringa. Moringa can be obtained in several presentations, and this time to prepare a rich, refreshing and powerful shot of moringa, we will use the moringa powder.
For this powerful shot of moringa we will also use two other ingredients that will give it a more powerful and delicious boost. Do not stop preparing your shot of moringa and consume it on an empty stomach.
You will need to:
· 3 cms of ginger
· 1 apple
· 1 tbsp moringa (powdered supplement)
· Extract the juice from the ginger and apple in the juicer
· Add the moringa powder and stir very well
· Take it on an empty stomach
· Strengthens the immune system
· Improves skin
· Anti-inflammatory effect
· Antioxidant activity
· Anticancer potential
· Analgesic activity
· Liver protector
· Normalizes blood and cholesterol levels
· Improves circulation
· Improves liver and kidney functions
· Lowers cholesterol
· Eliminate heartburn and reflux
· Helps with colds and flu
· Decreases pain in general
· Lowers cholesterol
Possible side effects and precautions
Moringa has been used safely in doses of up to 6 grams per day for up to 3 weeks. Even though practically all parts of the plant are consumed in regions where moringa grows, it is cautioned against eating the root as it may contain a toxic substance.
Pregnant and lactating women are advised to avoid moringa due to insufficient information on its safety. Popular belief about moringa's ability to increase milk flow in nursing mothers has yet to be proven.
Where to get moringa products
You can get moringa oil, as well as other parts of the moringa tree in powder, leaf, or other form, at your local health store and online. Always make sure the products you buy are certified organically to make sure they don't contain pesticides.
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