In South Asia, Moringa is generally known as the Tree of Life, as it had been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over 5,000 years. It is an excellent source of antioxidants and nutrients. Moringa leaves comprises a high content of iron, calcium, vitamins C, A, and E, potassium, and proteins. Moringa leaves can be used in raw form, cooked, or as tea.
Benefits of using Moringa during Winters
- Boosts immunity – Iron and Vitamin A help the body fight against illness and protect from getting sick. It is highly recommended to consume Moringa during winter to avoid being impacted by changing weather
- Best for a healthy digestive system to protect and heal the gut managing bowel movements
- Enhance eye health – Vitamin A is present in Moringa, which is beneficial for our eyes
- Nourishes hair and skin, by managing the essential nutrients required for glowy skin and healthy hair. Winters caused dryness on the scalp and face. Vitamin A and E present in moringa are effective to treat such dryness caused by the extreme weather
- Reduces fatigue – a natural solution to treat chronic fatigue to maintain a good and active state of the body
- Manages stress and anxiety – a powerful source of adaptogens, which helps to reduce stress and anxiety
- Helps to balance blood sugar levels – moringa leaf powder helps to reduce glucose and lipid levels and regulate oxidative stress levels
- Helps to reduce body inflammation, due to infection or arthritis
- Protects and heals the liver – our liver filters our blood and detoxifies toxic chemicals from the body. Moringa reverses the oxidation in our liver and protects it from damage
- Helps to balance hormonal imbalance – moringa manages thyroid health, which is linked to hormonal balance
Moringa Dry Leaves
Moringa dry leaves contain 17 times high calcium than a cup of milk. Rich in amino acids which helps in building muscle mass. Further, these leaves contain all essential vitamins and minerals, promoting healthy cell function. These dry leaves are used as an effective treatment for diabetes, heart issues, anemia, liver illness, arthritis, and digestive problems. It is also used as a supplement to increase milk production and healthy pregnancy in women.
How to use Moringa Dry Leaves?
- Stir into the food you are cooking
- Mix in your tea
- Add to smoothies and shakes
- Add to sauces, soups, and stews
- Add to cereal and porridge
- Mix into salad dressings
Moringa Leaf Powder
Moringa leaf powder is made from the leaves of the moringa plant. These leaves powder is rich in minerals and vitamins in high concentrations. It is rich in amino acids, proteins, calcium, and iron. When consumed in a routine diet, numerous health benefits are associated with moringa leaves powder.
How to use Moringa Leaf Powder
Moringa leaves powder works well in combination with different recipes.
- Whisk it into hot water for a coffee substitute
- Mix it in your tea
- Add it to your morning smoothie
- Sprinkle into soups, hummus, salads, guacamole, or avocado toast
- Try baking it with bread, or mix in energy balls
A unique thing about Nutricles Moringa capsules is that it is a combination of Moringa leaf extract and Moringa leaf powder. The Moringa leaves are dried and processed without chemicals, ensuring preserving maximum nutritional value.
How to use Moringa Capsules?
- Moringa capsules are convenient to carry, and ideal for busy people Therefore, if are traveling or at the office, you can use these capsules.
- One capsule in the morning with water
Who should not use Moringa – Side Effects
Moringa is usually not safe for pregnant women, due to the high consistency of certain chemicals in moringa plan. Otherwise, leaf powder is safe for everyone.
Moringa also has laxative side effects when it is consumed in large quantities. Therefore, it is suggested to start the dose with small quantities and gradually increase the dose, if required.