Moringa Oleifera is a relatively large tree originating in northern India, also known as the miracle tree or the tree of life. Almost all parts of the tree are consumed or used as ingredients in traditional herbal remedies. This applies especially to the leaves and pods that are commonly eaten in some parts of India and Africa. Moringa leaves are an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals. They have a high nutritional value. Nature has given them a mix of nutrients that has not been confirmed in any other natural source. Omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids are also represented. The leaves of Moringa are one of the nutritionally richest plant food sources and the only one that contains all the essential human amino acids. Rightly gained the epithet superfood. The nutrients contained in them ensure the proper functioning of hundreds of biochemical reactions that are constantly taking place in our body. Many of them act as antioxidants and help us get rid of harmful substances. Amino acids are essential for cell growth and recovery.
Moringa helps our organism strengthen its natural defenses and in times of illness it gives us the strength we need to overcome it. Using Moringa regularly means that we have more energy, feel younger and more vital, and look better overall.
Health benefits of taking Moringa:
Supports the immune system
Helps metabolism and promotes regeneration of cellular structures in the human body
Improves the condition of the circulatory system / system and detoxifies the body from harmful toxins
Promotes proper digestion
Helps maintain the desired blood sugar level
Contributes to a better quality of sleep
Promotes natural anti-inflammatory processes in the body
Reduces the risk of allergies
Has positive effects on weight loss
Fighting premature aging
Adjusts blood pressure
Note: Not suitable for children under 6 years. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. The nutritional supplement must not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Store out of reach of children, in dry and dark place, below 25 ° C.