Moringa oleifera is a tree that originates from India. It is proven to help maintain normal blood glucose levels. Its leaves are rich in protein, fibre, vitamins A, B, E and minerals, such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and iron.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
Moringa contains a mixture of essential amino acids (protein building blocks), carotenoid phytonutrients (the same species found in plants such as carrots and tomatoes), antioxidants such as quercetin, and natural antibacterial compounds that work in the same way as many anti-inflammatory drugs.
Helps regulate blood glucose levels
Moringa contains many acids which are proven to help control the sugar levels and facilitate the normal release of glucose.
In addition to the aforementioned acids, it also contains compounds – isothiocyanates, which protect from diabetic agents. It also raises blood haemoglobin levels.
Promotes digestive tract health
Moringa is used to prevent ulcers in the stomach, liver disease, kidney damage, all gastrointestinal problems, problems with candida and other fungal or viral infections.
Protects and nourishes the skin
Moringa contains natural antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral compounds that protect the skin from different skin infections.
Using moringa has been proven to help with the problems of athletics foot, odours, different fungal infections, dandruff, gum inflammation, warts, wounds, and burns. Moringa kills the bacteria on the skin, while it keeps it hydrated and nourished at the same time. That is why it is a component of different moisturizers.