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Moringa is a plant that is native to the sub Himalayan areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Afghanistan. The leaves, bark, flowers, fruits, seeds and roots are used to make medicine.
Moringa leaves are deep green, with long edible oval leaflets. From all over the world, Moringa tea is gaining foothold as a healthy food source. Every part of Moringa tree is edible. It has been around 100's of years, helping people to hold on to good health to recover from medical problems.
The Moringa tree has plenty of health benefits that is why it is also called as "Miracle Tree". Also called as "drumstick leaves", It is a rich source of essential minerals, protein & Vitamins.
Blood glucose level in diabetic patients can be controlled with consumption of moringa tea. Magnesium, an important constituent in moringa, works with vitamin to promote metabolism of glycogen as well as other metabolic processes within the cell.
Moringa leaf extracts help in keeping LDL cholesterol levels low.
Regular intake of Moringa offers the liver with the capability to deal with the harmful effects of air, water and food borne toxins. It protects the liver by promoting regeneration of cells damaged during usual detoxification process.
Patience on dialysis can take this antioxidant rich tea to protect the kidney cells from damage. The herb is also good for boosting immune system, preventing infections, and maintaining blood pressure in patients.
With plenty of energy boosting constituents, This herbal tea boosts stamina, concentration and mental clarity.
Moringa leaves are low in fat & nutritious. They are packed with so many nutrients. They offers a healthy alternative to eating many higher calorie food.
Any one looking for the weight loss benefits of moringa will not be disappointed. Moringa works by adding low calorie nutrients to your body. Many people starve their body of essential nutrients when they are dieting. This is something that can be incredibly dangerous. Your body needs those nutrients to keep moving and working. You can get those nutrients without all of the calories thanks to moringa.
The tea, prepared from Moringa leaves, is safe for drinking. However, consumption of the root should be avoided because it contains a harmful substance that could cause serious health hazards including paralysis and even death.
Over consumption of Moringa could cause a few side effects like heartburn, diarrhea & nausea.
Consumption during pregnancy:
Since there is lack of evidence about the effects of moringa tea on the fetus, pregnant women are advised to avoid its intake. Flowers and barks of this herb should not be taken during pregnancy, as they might cause miscarriages due to contractions in uterus.
Moringa Tea Recipe:
Moringa leaf powder - 2tsp
fresh ginger - ½ tsp
Lemon juice - ½ tsp
Honey - ½ tsp
Add all ingredients to a glass of water [hot water] shake thoroughly & allow it to sit for 10-15 minutes. Then enjoy!!
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