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The Health Benefits of Moringa on all levels
You can use all the tree, and the ingredients are nutrient on all levels. Regular intake of Moringa products has an positive effect on the body, mind and spirit. It´s an angel in plant form. Most people who consume the plant regularly report an increase in endurance and energy.
The Moringa Olifeira supplies rich, highly bioavailable nutrients to the body’s cells. It also has a healing and cleansing effect on the digestive tract and various antioxidants in the plant have been shown to be beneficial for healing digestive issues, including ulcers and other serious disturbances. Because of its amino acid content and nutrient-density, many regular users also notice a positive effect on mood as the plant supplies abundant raw materials to help the body create neurotransmitters and other essential neurochemical.
The leaves of the Moringa Olifeira Tree are the most nutritious part of the tree and have no proven side effects. The leaves have 7 times the Vitamin C of an orange, 4 times the Vitamin A of carrots and calcium of milk, 3 times the potassium of bananas, the Vitamin E of spinach, the iron of almonds and 2 times the protein of yogurt.
The flower can be cooked down and taste of mushrooms. The juice is useful for treating urinary problems and is a natural laxative and common cold remedy.
The seeds can be eaten like peas or roasted like nuts, or ground into powder for the treatment of various skin problems. Their antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties are also used in the treatment of arthritis, rheumatism, gout, cramps and STD’s and boils. After the oil is extracted the seed cake care be used as fertilizer or a flocculent to purify water. Seed cake purifies water by killing 90% of the bacteria and by removing metals making it drinkable. The oil extracted from the seed can be used to treat bladder, prostate and stomach disorders.
The roots and bark are used to relieve lower back and kidney pain, for cardiac and circulatory problems and can be eaten like condiments (much like horseradish) or as a tonic or tea for inflammation and digestion. It also increases and nourishes breast milk production.
Yes, you can eat the pods. We do! I happen to think that they are only really delicious, when they are very young - about the size of green beans, or what you might call, "string beans".
The pods Can be cooked like Beans when there are young and light green. At that age, they are sweet, crisp, and very tasty! You can eat the entire pod, seeds and all Some grow straight, and some "curl up", but they are all – edible. Even when the pods are already bigger,just needs more cooking and removal of the strings.
The Moringa Tree is also a great windbreak and helps reduce soil erosion because it is fast growing and drought resistant. The tree will flower within the first 6 months of planting. It will be full leaf at the end of a dry season when most other foods are typically scarce.
And while these benefits are already great and can help for our body system, the uses of the plant historically reveal an ever deeper layer of constitutional—meaning mental, emotional, spiritual and energetic—effects.
Spiritual Uses and Effects
The Moringa plant was used in Ayurveda since long, Moringa penetrates deeply into the body’s tissues and particularly into the bone marrow itself, the deepest tissues of all. In Chinese Medicine, Jing, which loosely translates to our bodies ‘vital essence’ or ‘deep life force’, is related to bone marrow—marrow being a manifestation of Jing essence in the body. As such, the leaves, as demonstrated by their ability to reverse moderate to severe malnutrition, is a potent rebuilder of marrow in the body, essentially restoring life force energy at an extraordinarily deep level.
Ayurvedic texts, mentioned the use of the plant over 4,000 years ago as a treatment for over 300 different diseases, its recommended it as a powerful blood cleanser for removing impurities, toxins, parasites and metabolic wastes, helping to rejuvenate cells from the inside out.
The Romans, Greeks and Egyptians also used moringa as a perfume and medicine, all of them recognizing even in their day the immense medicinal and practical benefits of the plant. Furthermore, these ancient cultures also saw the plant in a much different manner than we do in the overly-scientific west. Most ancient systems of medicine saw plants as constitutional remedies, affecting not just the body, but the personality, mind, energy and emotional-spiritual tendencies of the person as well. As such, the plant is known to have the following subtle (mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual) properties as well according to its uses in ancient cultures:
In addition to their remarkable nutritional properties, the leaves are said to restore self-confidence and address indecisiveness. Ancient physicians also used the leaves to bring clarity and restore the body at deep levels, which both contribute to a feeling of certainty and assuredness.
The roots of the plant are said to be mildly calming and grounding, as is often the case with root medicines. In particular, the root is known to enhance feelings of serenity and balance as well as helping to keep one centred in times of change or uncertainty.
The seeds of the plant were used as a remedy for depression in ancient cultures, revered for their ability to give energy and overcome feelings of hopelessness. The seeds benefited and were believed to renew the spirit and reinvigorate the body mentally and emotionally.
Although somewhat difficult to obtain without growing the plant yourself (which is fairly easy to do), the plants flowers are believed to be beneficial and effective for helping to let go of past memories, guilt, emotional wounds and traumas. Moringa flowers are said to encourage positive thinking and a renewed outlook on life.
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