The Good and The Evil of Moringa (Oleifera)

Moringa (Oleifera) have been consumed by native Native of Himalayan, parts of India and Africa by thousands of years. However Moringa has been popularized by National Institute of Health in 2007 as "the plant of the year.", acknowledging that "perhaps like no other single species, this plant has the potential to help reverse multiple major environmental problems and provide for many unmet human needs." and have been praised again in 2011 and 2012. In fact, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other charitable organizations have used Moringa for decades to treat malnutrition in Third World Countries. 

 

To Date, over 1,300 studies, articles, and reports have focussed on moringa benefits and this plant's healing abilities that are important in parts of the world that are especially susceptible to disease outbreak and nutritional deficiencies. 

 

The Good of Moringa

But nutrition is only one half of the Moringa benefits story. It’s also prized for its many medicinal benefits.

 

Because its leaves, bark, flowers, fruit, seeds, and roots are chock full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, and other vital nutritional elements. Moringa has been used for centuries in both folk and traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Medical research shows Moringa leaves can treat roughly 300 health problems, including such conditions as anemia, arthritis, asthma, cancer, constipation, diabetes, epilepsy, heart conditions, high cholesterol, hypertension, kidney stones, thyroid disorders, and infections.

 

Although the Moringa plant’s treasure chest of powerful and disease-preventing substances, plus essential amino acids, are not pharmaceutical medicine per se, there is scientific evidence they can prevent those health problems and diseases caused by malnutrition or the lack of certain nutrients in the daily diet. In fact, the U.S. National Institute of Health has supported the nutritional and health benefits of Moringa through extensive research.

 

The Evil of Moringa 

After consuming moringa seed kernel and leaf powder, the body will react to its healing properties and the body will purge toxic through feces, urine, farts, and sweating. All of these waste are required water. So our body must stay hydrated all the time. The best indicator is your urine's color. We should always meet our target color i.e white or light yellow (or refer to number 1 or 2 below charts). Enough water is to facilitate the detoxification and healing process for our body. What will happen to us, if we do not drink enough water? Our internal organ will suffer or work harder than usual. For example, Kidney is the internal organ that helps remove waste products from the body, balance the body's fluids, etc. By consuming moringa, the kidney needs plenty of water to remove those toxins from our body and regulate blood pressure and produce red blood cells. So without enough water, it will create the huge burden for the kidney to function (or lead to kidney failure) and make ourselves even harder to self-healing or recover from our illness.

Feces, urine, farts, and sweating may become smelly, and frequently occurred due to body react to purging process and sometimes it may appear in oils in those waste and sometimes, it may have black feces too.

 

How long does it require to enjoy Moringa's benefits?  The consumer should not rush the results. It usually takes around minimum 6 months and above. The longer to consume moringa, it will better for the consumer.

 

Moringa Leaf Powder or Moringa Seed Kernel Powder is more suitable for you? If you are having 3 "high" such as high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and high blood pressure, the consumer is required to consume Moringa kernel seed powder are the best than moringa leaf powder. However, if you are having low cholesterols, low blood sugar, low blood pressure, and malnutrition, you should only take moringa leaf powder. What happens if you are moringa seed kernel powder, you may experience diarrhea, dizzy, vomit, faint, etc.

 

How much is suitable? Herbs for Life by Snack Up have a mini pack for its customer. It usually required one or two mini pack per day. However, some consumer may need to eat more and less depends on its individual's health. 

 

To get full benefits of Moringa, it requires the commitment to consuming and time for adjusting and accepting the moringa's benefits. If consumer is rushing for results, it will not help the consumer as well as wasting the consumer' efforts and investment.​ If you are in doubt, you may chat with us thru our website portal at www.snackup.com

 

How much is suitable? Herbs for Life by Snack Up have a mini pack for its customer. It usually required one or two mini pack per day. However, some consumer may need to eat more and less depends on its individual's health. 

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