What is Moringa
Studies have indicated that Moringa leaves are a good source of nutrition and exhibit anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, anti-atherosclerotic and anti-convulsant activities. Vegetables and fruits rich in carotenoids are related to a lower risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, age-related macular degeneration and the formation of cataracts. The essential nutrients contained in Moringa can help decrease nutritional deficit and combat many chronic inflammatory diseases.
The tiny leaflets are usually boiled and eaten like spinach. The leaf powder can be made and stored easily and can be consumed fresh, cooked or dried. Dried moringa leaves retain their nutrient content and so are usually stored as powder. The leaf powder makes a great nutritional supplement. It is easily added to any dish, increasing the nutritional content. It is best to add the powder after the food or drink has been prepared, just before serving, to retain the maximum nutrient content.
- Children ages 1-3 years; 3 tablespoons (25g) of powder per day.
- Pregnant or lactating women; 6 tablespoons (50g) of powder per day.
Due to it's high levels of iron, doctors frequently prescribe moringa for anemic patients. Epidemiological studies have indicated that Moringa leaves are a great source of nutrition. They also exhibit anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, anti-tumor, anti-atherosclerotic and anti-convulsant properties. Pterygospermin and related compounds (isothiocyanates), found in moringa, have antibiotic and fungicidal properties according to research.
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Moringa Leaf Powder should be stored in air-tight containers protected from heat, humidity and light. Exposing to heat or light during storage will degrade and the nutrient content. Moringa Leaf Powder can be stored for up to 6 months under the following conditions if stored correctly.
A moringa tree can grow up to 5 meters in it's first years with the proper conditions. Moringa prefers well-drained sandy-loam. Propagation is by seeds or cuttings. Moringa grows best at temperatures between 25-35C (77-95F). It is fairly drought tolerant, but grows best with annual rainfall of 250-1500mm (10-60in). Moringa prefers altitudes below 600m (2000ft) but can survive at 1200m (4000ft) in the tropics. It does not tolerate prolonged flooding or poor drainage.
Moringa is Safe
Moringa leaves and fruit are completely safe for consumption and have no known negative side effects. Both the leaves and the fruit have been eaten in many societies for generations with no negative side effects. Moringa leaves and seeds have been studied extensively and are safe to eat on a regular basis. Moringa has undergone detailed analysis at various research institutes.
However, the roots or the bark of the Moringa should not be consumed as they have been proven to have some possibly severe negative side effects. Products from the bark or root are not commonly available in the US.
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Posted in Personal Development Post Date 10/21/2015