Benefits of Moringa Leaf Powder
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
There is an interesting difference between fresh Moringa leaf and dried leaf powder. The dried powder is actually more concentrated! When we dry Moringa, we calculate the difference to be 6 pounds of fresh to make 1 pound of dried. It can vary up to 10 pounds of fresh to make 1 pound of dried. It depends on the moisture level of the fresh leaf.
Whenever using Moringa or any other plant as a food or medicine, always begin slowly and observe any reactions. Slowly increase Moringa to the level that feels right for you. Many people are now using Moringa leaf for a whole host of ailments with positive results. Universities, and medical schools and labs are testing Moringa for a multitude of diseases. Many of our customers have reported that Moringa has healed many diseases and ailments. As these results are reported, we learn the vast curative properties Moringa possesses.
- have a stabilizing effect on blood pressure and is used to treat anxiety. It is believed to control glucose levels in cases of diabetes
- mixed with honey and followed by a drink of coconut milk 2 or 3 times a day, leaves are
- used as a remedy for diarrhea, dysentery and colitis.
- used as a diuretic.
- eating leaves is recommended in cases of gonorrhea because of the diuretic action.
- a poultice is made from leaves and applied to reduce glandular swelling
- used as a skin antiseptic
- used to treat fevers, bronchitis, eye and ear infections, scurvy, and catarrh (inflammation of the mucus membrane)
- anthelminic (used to kill intestinal worms)
- used as a purgative
- used to increase woman’s milk production
- used to treat anemia
It is best known as an excellent source of nutrition and natural energy booster. This energy boost is not based on sugar, or caffeine so it is sustained.
- In India, juice from leaves is believed to have a stabilizing effect on blood pressure and is used to treat anxiety. In Senegal, a infusion of leaf juice is believed to controlglucose levels in cases of diabetes.
- Mixed with honey and followed by a drink of coconut milk 2 or 3 times a day, leaves are used as a remedy for diarrhea, dysentery and colitis (inflammation of the colon).
- Leaf juice, sometimes with carrot juice added, used as a diuretic (to increase urineflow). Eating leaves is recommended in cases of gonorrhea on account of the diuretic action.
- In India and Nicaragua, leaves and young buds are rubbed on the temple for headache.
- In India and the Philippines, a poultice made from fresh leaves is applied to reduce glandular swelling.
- It was reported that Malaysians sometimes applied a leaf poultice to the abdomen to expel intestinal worms.
- Leaf juice is sometimes used as a skin antiseptic.
- In India, leaves used to treat fevers, bronchitis, eye and ear infections, scurvy and catarrh (inflammation of the mucus membrane).
- Leaves are considered to be anthelmintic (able to kill intestinal worms).
- Leaves are used as an irritant and as a purgative.
- In Nicaragua, Guatemala and Senegal, leaves are applied as poultice on sores and skin infections.
- In the Philippines, eating leaves is believed to increase a woman’s milk production and is sometimes prescribed for anemia.