Moringa Nutritional facts
The leaves of moringa are used as a source of B vitamins, vitamin C, and provitamin A (beta-carotene), vitamin K. Contains manganese, proteins and other essential nutrients, small amount of calcium, dietary fiber, potassium, and magnesium.
Moringa is often used after surgeries and serious illness, breastfeeding women, and constantly sick children, to combat malnutrition and increase the levels of energy.
Moringa tea Medical uses
The regular consumption of moringa tea could easily relieve anxiety, insomnia, and mild stages of depression. Moringa improves energy and digestion, lowers blood pressure and treat stomach ulcers. Relieve blood lipid balance. Moringa is useful in cardio-vascular disease, intoxication, migraine, atony of the colon, inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system.
Moringa tea Other uses
In some countries moringa used as a natural water filter, because of big amount of dimeric cationic proteins, found in those seeds. The seeds absorb and neutralize colloidal particles in turbid water.