Moringa for Clarity, Focus & Concentration
No matter what your age, it is important to keep a clear head, which allows you to cope with challenges, reduce stress, keep calm and focused on the tasks at hand, sharpen your creative problem solving skills, and improve your overall mental agility.
Mental and physical exercises achieved through puzzle solving, math quizzes, games like Sudoku and chess, or through light aerobic exercises such as brisk walking, swimming and cycling, contribute to sharpening your brain power and retaining your clarity and focus.
In addition, a balanced diet with good nutrition will help your brain perform at its optimal level.
Moringa's high iron content, which, in a pound for pound comparison is around three times the levels found in spinach, is the perfect brain food. This dietary iron is transformed into hemoglobin, which boosts the oxygen supply to the brain.
It also has zinc, which helps increase the activity between the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
All 18 amino acids are found in Moringa and play a major role in neurotransmission which can be depleted in times of stress and sleep deprivation.
So say hello to Mother Nature's own medicine cabinet, and say goodbye to fatigue and confusion.
Moringa oleifera's health benefits have long since been well understood and cherished by the people of Asia and Africa. The Moringa tree's uses as a health and medicinal plant can be traced back centuries; there are documented references of Moringa oil being placed in the tombs of ancient Egyptians.
In fact, the Moringa tree's benefits are so significant, it has been called the Tree of Life in many cultures. What the east has long since known is now being understood by the west, as more and more people in Europe and America begin to explore the benefits of alternative healing.
Because the Moringa tree is rich in nutrients, and because the tree's various parts can all be used, Moringa's many benefits vary depending on which part of the plant is being used. The young, immature Moringa oleifera pods are the most valued and widely used of all the tree parts. The pods are extremely nutritious, containing essential amino acids, forming a complete protein source, and many vitamins, minerals, co-enzymes, and antioxidants.
How can Moringa oleifera benefit you?
The possibilities are endless. Here are just a few of the many real benefits people discover when taking Moringa oleifera:
· Increased physical energy - Tune your body up with naturally occurring nutrients to make your energy last longer
· Mental and emotional balance - Moringa oleifera's amazingly powerful nutrient compounds help restore stability to the chemicals that govern our thoughts and emotions. You have to experience it to appreciate it!
· Faster recovery - Moringa oleifera's complete amino profile, along with dozens of vitamins and minerals, makes it a perfect recovery food after grueling workouts and physical strain. · Nutrient-dense mother's milk - Increased iron, potassium, Vitamins A, B, C, E, and dozens of other important nutrients are all readily absorbed from Moringa oleifera and transferred from mother's milk to the growing newborn. No wonder Moringa is called 'Mother's Best Friend' in cultures across Africa!
· Healthy blood sugar levels - antioxidants and unique regulating compounds help control blood sugar and keep the blood free of unhealthy substances.
Just a few of the other many benefits of Moringa oleifera include increased flexibility, improved sensory perception, better sleep cycles, decreased depression and anxiety, and improved memory. Moringa has been used to help those with diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, and even cancer.
Pure Moringa Leaf Powder is a super nutrient dense plant food that is jam-packed with vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes and anti-oxidants and is probably one of the most nutrient dense Plant Materials on Earth.
Everything one needs in concentrated nutritional booster and it is perfectly natural and unprocessed.
It is known as the "Miracle Tree" because of its amazing nutrient composition.
In present times, Moringa leaves are consumed by literally hundreds of millions of people, especially in the East, mainly India. History of consumption goes back for thousands of years to ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece and India.
This is despite the fact that most 'Caucasian Westerners' have never heard of it (up until +- 2004). In Southern India it is said that no meal is complete without some form of Moringa in it.
It was utilised by the ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians, and is now widely cultivated throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world (Fahey 2005).
Today, it is grown in many parts of the world as a `vegetable tree&´, with the leaves, flowers, fruit and roots all being used for food (Lu & Olson 2001). The leaves are probably the most widely used part, being compared to spinach in appearance and nutritional quality (Papillo 2007)
Originally Moringa was a native plant of the Western Himalayas and India. Moringa is now widely grown and sold in markets throughout the tropics and sub tropics including Asia, Africa, and North and South America.
Today it is commonly known as "The Miracle Tree" because of its impressive array of essential nutrients and because of the many uses of every part of the tree. It also goes by many other names in different cultures eg. The Drum Stick Tree, Neverdie, and Mothers Best Friend.
Three non - governmental organizations in particular - Trees for Life, Church World Service, and Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO) - have advocated Moringa as "natural nutrition for the tropics." (Fahey 2005)
For an impressive list of organisations that support Moringa's use as a nutritious food see:
• Current Moringa initiatives throughout the world
Lowell Fuglie (now deceased) of the Church World Service and advisor to Zija Moringa was considered the pioneer in Africa popularising the consumption of Moringa Oleifera leaves in Africa with particular focus on eradicating malnutrition.
Moringa leaves are perhaps equally valuable and provide powerful benefits to anyone who is conscious of their nutrient intake. The leaves of the Moringa tree are among the most protein-dense leaves of any plant species. Moringa leaves also contain high levels of vitamin A comparable to carrots, calcium comparable to milk, and vitamin C comparable to oranges, as well as high amounts of other vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals.
Moringa leaves can be used in food preparation, and also brewed as a tea, either alone or in combination with other teas. Even a small glass of Moringa tea benefits the drinker with a host of nutrients.
It is impossible to list the complete benefits of Moringa, simply because they are too numerous to write out. What is guaranteed is that our Moringa Products are freshly produced and packed to retain their nutrients. They are safe to consume by all ages, and will benefit you and your family for years to come.