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History Of The Moringa Oleifera Tree
The Moringa oleifera tree, grown mainly in tropical or arid locations, has long been a source of health and vitality for the people of India, the Philippines, and Thailand, but the usefulness of this slender tree has not been widely known in the United States. However, just as the acai berry and the pomegranate became more popular as word of their many health benefits spread, the potent mix of antioxidants and nutrients in Moringa is making an impact on people who are interested in increased health and well being.
In addition to the high concentration of nutrients and vitamins it provides, Moringa also has been shown to increase concentration and mental focus, boost energy, increase stamina, balance emotions and help with weight loss.
Unlike some plants or trees, almost all parts of the tree are useful. The leaves, seed pods, seed pod oil, bark and roots of the Moringa tree have all been used in a medicinal or nutritional capacity for hundreds of years by native people. Today, the growing and harvesting of Moringa is a highly sustainable and environmentally friendly operation. It is second in the world only to bamboo in growth rate.
The trees thrive in hot, sunny places, which is why most of the world's Moringa trees can be found in arid places such as Africa or Asia. Farmers and home growers typically harvest the leaves, seeds or immature seed pods, and then cut back the branches in order to stimulate quick growth. Many harvesters then take the branches and compost or recycle them back into the soil in order to help promote the heath of the land and the crop of growing trees.
The process of making leaves into powder is simple. The process yields a substance that is deep green in color with a rich, nutty smell and a soft, fluffy texture when made using pure, organically grown Moringa leaves. The powder is made after the leaves have been dried and pulverized. The newly formed powder is screened for impurities and then packed into capsules that will remain fresh for quite some time if they are packed in light resistant, air tight, pouches.
Make sure the Moringa leaf capsules contain only pure powder to receive the most benefits, and are not cut or diluted with cheap fillers such as teas or grass powders, as this will reduce the potency and effectiveness of the powder. Pure Moringa powder contains a beneficial mix of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids.
The powder can be taken strictly in capsule form but there are other ways to incorporate Moringa powder into your healthy diet. Loose powder can be stirred into drinks or smoothies or be easily dissolved into a glass of water or juice. It can also be sprinkled on foods such as meats, stews, soups or salads for an additional nutritious boost. Moringa powder is also a great addition to favorite recipes and can be used as a flavorful thickener for soups and sauces.
Powdered Moringa leaf provides benefits to anyone, no matter what their age or occupation. The body receives a beneficial mix of iron, calcium, vitamin A and vitamin C from just a spoonful of powder, or one capsule. Plus, taking the capsule or powered form of Moringa encourages a higher absorption of nutrients than typical multivitamins.
Since Moringa provides so many health benefits without any harmful side effects or unnecessary ingredients, it is likely we will begin to hear the name more often. Anyone who is focused on increasing their health and well-being can benefit from using powered Moringa leaf capsules as part of a healthy lifestyle.
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