Moringa Leaves (Sohanjna) برگ سہانجنہ

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Moringa is a fast-growing and drought-resistant tree of the Moringaceae family. It is commonly known with several names including moringa, drumstick tree (for the long and slender seedpods), horseradish tree (for the roots taste resembling horseradish), ben oil tree (being rich in behenic acid), and miracle tree (for the medicinal properties). Moringa  oleifera is the most popular of the thirteen species in the genus Moringa, the unique of the family Moringaceae. Moringa oleifera is one of the most popular plants that can grow in a variety of environments due to its ability to resist to harsh conditions such as high temperatures and limited water availability. Therefore, it grows in a variety of soils including semi-dry, desert, or tropical soils and rainfall conditions.

Miracle Tree:

Moringa is often known as the “The Miracle Tree” or “The Source of Food and Energy for the twenty-first century” or in short as the “Tree of Life” which is one of the God”s gift to the people in the world but do you know why that is?

Mainly, it is because every part of the Moringa tree is beneficial for humans and animals. Moringa tree has the nutritional value, with ingredients of vitamins, minerals and medicines. The tree which consists all the needed essential nutrients act as a health supplement to our is used for water purification, medicines, animal feed, and environmental protection.


The antioxidants found in moringa may prevent premature wrinkles and possibly help you live longer.

Moringa leaves is packed with iron, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and riboflavin and has notable amounts of potassium, vitamin A, vitamin E, and magnesium.

Moringa powder contains three grams of protein per tablespoon and contains all of the essential amino acids necessary for energy production, muscle repair, and more.

Moringa leaves are rich in amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. 18 types of amino acids are found in them and each of them makes an important contribution to our wellbeing.

Moringa has been shown to reduce lipid and glucose levels and regulate oxidative stress in lab studies. It’s also been shown to help reduce weight gain and insulin resistance in animal studies.

Moringa leaves are natural cleansers and help to detoxify the system. This helps to keep the body and increase immunity against various infections. They also increase the energy levels in the body.

Moringa leaves are antiseptic and fight off many bacterial infections. They are even beneficial towards wound healing and help to heal bruises, minor cuts, and burns quickly as they reduce the clotting time.

Moringa contains high concentrations of polyphenols that reverse oxidation in the liver. Preliminary research has shown that moringa can also reduce symptoms of liver fibrosis and protect against liver damage.

Moringa leaf powder contains high amounts of fiber that’s critical for digestion and may even reduce your risk of disease. Moringa may also help inhibit the growth of various pathogens that can cause digestive upset.

Moringa leaves improve the health and appearance of skin and hair. They add suppleness to the skin and shine to the hair. The antioxidants present in moringa leaves reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the skin.

Moringa leaves were used to increase lactation in nursing mothers. Since they are a rich source of protein, important vitamins, and essential nutrients, consuming moringa leaves is very good for the health of the mother and the baby.

Moringa has been shown to decrease markers of oxidative stress and improve blood glucose in postmenopausal women. Moringa has also been shown to improve thyroid health, which controls hormones related to energy, sleep, and digestion.

Moringa leaves have anti-oxidative properties and protect against the damaging effects of free radicals present in the environment. The damage caused by free radicals is responsible for many chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes, heart problems and Alzheimer’s.

Moringa For Pregnancy & Breast Feeding:

Consumption of moringa oleifera increased the quality of breastmilk, especially the amount of protein. Another study found that Moringa oleifera leaves increased the production of breastmilk on postpartum days 4 to 5 among mothers who delivered preterm infants.

How to Use:

The good thing about the leaf-powder is that you can use it in almost anything you want. The leaf-powder can be consumed as it is, you can take a teaspoon every day. You can even increase the daily intake to two teaspoons as your body gets used to it.

If you don’t like the taste of the leaf-powder, you can add it to your regular meals especially in soups and stews, before or after cooking. However, cooking the leaf-powder can alter the composition of Moringa Oleifera. If you don’t like the taste of cooked Moringa, you can sprinkle it directly on your food or blend it along with your favorite smoothie or shake. A popular and well-known combination is mixing Moringa-Powder with apple juice. Likewise, you can blend it with any of your favorite fresh juices. The powder can be consumed by using it with warm water as well or drink in tea. This is suitable for people who find the taste of the powder too strong for their taste buds. Eventually, you can shift to alternate ways of consuming it.

Side Effects:

Moringa oleifera has laxative properties. In large quantities, it can cause stomach upsets, gaseous distension, diarrhoea and heartburn. If you don’t like the taste it may activate your gag reflex. Avoid consuming too much as it can cause nausea.

Moringa leaf and seeds are possibly safe when used as medicine, short term. Products containing moringa leaf have been used for up to 6 months. Products containing moringa seed have been used for up to 3 weeks. Moringa root and root bark are possibly unsafe. The roots and root bark contain toxic substances.

Moringa roots and barks side effects may include:

  • Lower blood pressure and slow heart rate because of the alkaloids in the plant.
  • Uterine contractions from moringa bark.
  • Interference with fertility.
  • Upset stomach, gas or diarrhea due to laxative properties.

Super Grow provided you 100% high quality organic moringa leaves powder (with definitely no added substances or fillers) which may cause you these sides effects. our moringa leaves dried and handled at exceptionally low temperatures all through all phases of powder creation. This permits the powder to hold the lively green shade of the first leaves and alongside elevated levels of supplements.Our leaf powder is additionally sieved through a fine work and cleaning process, which makes it a 100 micron powder, and a lot simpler to blend into drinks and warm water. So use Super Grow moringa oleifera powder to avoid these side effects and take full benefits of this God’s gift.

Nutritional Value:

A 100-gram serving of moringa leaf powder  contains:

  • Calories: 375.
  • Protein: 25 grams.
  • Fat: 0 grams.
  • Carbohydrates: 50 grams.
  • Fiber: 25 grams.
  • Sugars: 0 gramsg.
  • Calcium: 2500 milligrams.
  • Iron: 120 milligrams.

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