Moringa 800mg (100% PURE)
Dietary Supplement – 60 Capsules
The nutrients that are present in the moringa have been used to treat more than 300 different diseases and disorders of the body, the leaves and moringa pods contain more than 90 nutrients and 46 antioxidants.
Benefits of Moringa Oleifera.
They inhibit several pathogenic bacteria such as Escherichiacoli, Staphylococcusaureus, E. coli, etc. The flower of the Moringa oleifera has properties to control certain parasites of our organism.
2- Eliminates fungi
Has a great antifungal action.
3- Anti-inflammatory properties.
Moringa Oleifera can help in chronic inflammatory diseases.
4- Reduce asthma.
Moringa Oleifera relaxes the bronchioles.
5- Analgesic properties
6- Help reduce hypertension
8- Reduce the cholesterol
9- Anti-diabetic activity
10- Antioxidant properties
11- Improves liver diseases.
12- Protection against cancer
13- Anti-fertility activity:
Cardiac and circulatory stimulant, contains alkaloids that act as a cardiac stimulant through the nervous system.
14- Prevent eye diseases
15- Digestive and intestinal properties.
The nutrients that are present in the moringa oleifera have been used to treat more than 300 different diseases and disorders of the body, the leaves and moringa pods contain more than 90 nutrients and 46 antioxidants.
IT’S LIKE A MEDICINE BUT WITHOUT SECONDARY EFFECTS AND A SUPER-FOOD AT THE SAME TIME
The moringa Oleifera contains all the essential nutrients necessary for the biochemical reaction of our body.
Research in London reported that vitamin D is essential for the cells of the islets of the pancreas to secrete insulin properly.
Studies have shown that people with the lowest levels of vitamin D have high blood sugar levels and have a higher risk of developing diabetes.
Moringa as a rich source of ascorbic acid aids in the secretion of insulin.
The moringa contains water; proteins; fat, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin A, niacin, ascorbic acid, copper and iodine. The core of the seed contains protein and fatty oil.
The seed oil contains palmitic acid, stearic acid, behenic acid and oleic acid
Myristic and lignoceric acids have also been reported among fatty acids.
The leaves contain water, fat proteins, carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, copper, iodine, vitamin A, B, nicotinic acid, ascorbic acid and tocopherol.
Estrogenic substances are found, including the anti-tumor compound β-sitosterol and a pectin esterase.1
INCREDIBLE PROPERTIES OF THE MORINGA OLEIFERA
Phytomedicines have benefits over conventional drugs and are recovering interest in current research.
Moringa oleifera is a multipurpose herb plant used as a human food and an alternative for medicinal purposes throughout the world.
Researchers consider it as a plant with numerous health benefits that include nutritional and medicinal benefits.
Moringa oleifera contains essential amino acids, carotenoids in the leaves and components with nutraceutical properties, which means that it can be used as a nutritional supplement.
The nutritional value in leaves and stems has been evaluated and this explains the medicinal uses of Moringa oleifera. Moringa has a wide range of vital antioxidants, antibiotics and nutrients, including vitamins and minerals.
Almost all parts of Moringa can be used as a source of nutrition.2
SCIENTIFIC STUDIES INDICATES
Moringa oleifera is used in traditional Thai medicine as cardiotonic. Recent studies demonstrated its hypocholesterolemic effect. However, to be clinically useful, more scientific data is needed.
OBJECTIVE OF THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON MORINGA OLEIFERA:
Investigate the antioxidant, hypolipidemic and antiatherosclerotic activities of the leaf extract of Moringa oleifera.
MATERIALS AND METHODS:
The effects of the extract on cholesterol levels, and plaque formations in rabbits fed cholesterol were investigated.
The extract significantly prolonged the time delay of CD formation and inhibited the formation of TBARS in both in vitro and ex vivo experiments in a dose-dependent manner. In rabbits fed hypercholesterolemia, at 12 weeks of treatment, significantly reduced cholesterol levels and reduced the formation of atherosclerotic plaque to approximately 50 and 86%, respectively.
These effects were in degrees comparable to those of simvastatin, but without the side effects that “simvastatin” presents, such as:
-Myopathy, asthenia, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, headache, acute pancreatitis and peripheral neuropathy.
More information in: https://www.abajarcolesterol.com/efectos-secundarios-de-la-simvastatina/
The results indicate that this plant possesses antioxidant, hypolipidemic and antiatherosclerotic activities and has therapeutic potential for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.3