Nutritional Contents Of Moringa

Moringa, also referred to as ‘drumstick tree’, is a native plant in India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the arid and semi-arid parts of Africa like Senegal, referred to as the ‘never die plant’ given its hardy nature. It is a popular superfood because of its immense nutritional value and concentration and the medicinal properties that date back to ancient Ayurveda medical practices. 

The moringa plant is now available in moringa capsules to treat various ailments and conditions such as hormonal imbalance, birth control, and more because of its following components.

  • Phytochemicals

Moringa leaves, pods, bark, and trunk contain phytopharmaceuticals whose concentration can be controlled in moringa capsules.

Phytochemicals inhibit bacterial transposition in the body to prevent the advancement of diseases. Research shows that the compound has high success rates in stimulating the immune system to prevent the growth of cancer cells. Additionally, phytochemicals are rich in antioxidants that protect normal cells from damage due to environmental factors such as UV rays.

  • Phytosterols

New mothers can be faced with a situation where their bodies are unable to produce enough milk for breastfeeding. Moringa contains key phytosterols such as campesterol, stigmasterol, and sitosterol that stimulate mammary glands for increased production.

Additionally, by boosting estrogen levels, phytosterols can prevent post-partum depression that afflicts an increasing number of first-time mothers. The Health benefits of moringa capsules can further bolster the nutrient component of milk and thus play a vital role in the baby’s early development.

  • Calcium

Research shows that moringa has 17 times more calcium than milk. Therefore, it can treat malnutrition in children and aid the development of teeth and bones. Additionally, calcium from moringa capsules prevents blood clots, nervous breakdowns, and heart conditions.

Additionally, moringa capsules are recommended in treating arthritis since it has no side effects. The treatment also gives the patient other vital nutrients to aid in the recovery process.

  • Tryptophan

Moringa capsules are rich in Tryptophan, an amino acid precursor to serotonin, the feel-good hormone. Hence, moringa therapy can be used to manage mental health in the long term, which can be applied to prevent and manage bipolar disorder, depression, and brain fatigue. This can consequently reduce accelerated aging due to environmental factors and stress-related conditions like gastric tract ulcers.

  • Anti-Diabetic Properties

Moringa capsules have anti-diabetic properties that can be used to treat type one and type two diabetes. For type 1 diabetes, the treatment can increase insulin production in the body to healthier limits, while for type 2 patients; therapy can treat beta-cell dysfunction to enable the cells to recognize the presence of glucose in the body.

Studies show that diabetes patients who take moringa capsules also have a lower chance of contracting diabetes.

Moringa capsules also contain:

  • Zinc
  • Vitamin A
  • Potassium
  • Vitamin B1 or thiamine
  • Magnesium
  • Iron
  • B3 (niacin), B-6
  • B2 or riboflavin
  • Ascorbic acid/vitamin C and folate  
  • Phosphorus

These nutrients are essential for physiological processes, and consistent use of the natural remedy increases life expectancy.   

By Caitlyn

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