Nutritional "Superfood"

(Moringa oleifera)

Code: BOS275 -- Price: $16.95
120 Capsules x 500 mg.

Code: BOS276 -- Price: $6
85g. Moringa Tea

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Summarized Description: Moringa oleifera, also known as "drumstick tree" or "horseradish tree," is a veritable "superfood," loaded with nutrients -- offering tremendous benefits above and beyond its traditional applications in herbal medicine. Native to the Himalayas in northwestern India, Moringa now has broad geographic distribution, is drought-resistant, fast-growing, vigorous, for which there are uses for all its parts: leaves, pods, seeds, bark, and root.

Geographic Distribution
Moringa has widespread geographic distribution throughout Central and South America, Africa, and Southern Asia.

Nutritional Profile
Moringa has the broadest nutritional profile of any plant we have ever worked with. According to author Sanford Holst ("Moringa: Nature's Medicine Cabinet," p. 12), it has been found to contain, by weight, seven times more Vitamin C than oranges, four times the Vitamin A of carrots, three times the iron of spinach, four times as much calcium as milk, and three times the potassium of bananas. Though the term has been overused, Moringa really is a veritable "superfood." You will find variances on these figures, based on the studies relied on, but -- regardless -- the nutritional figures are impressive :

Capsules: Unless otherwise directed by your health care professional, take two (2) capsules, two times a day for general nutritional support. (This general instruction amounts to approximately 2,000 mg. per day intake.)
Tea: Add one Tablespoon (15 ml.) to a quart (or liter) of boiling water. (You may elect to prorate to the larger amount.) Let simmer for 20 minutes. After cooling, you can refrigerate the tea. Consume one 10 oz. (290 ml.) glass, once per day. Sweeten with stevia, honey, rubusoside, monk sugar, or other natural sweetener to taste.

Warnings & Contraindications
"To date, absolutely no negative side effects to even daily consumption of Moringa have been recorded." (SAH:21) Note that this referring to the consumption of the leaves, primarily. The flowers as said to be abortifacient, so these should be avoided by women who are attempting to conceive, or women who are already pregnant.

Five years or more.

Sanford Holst' Nature's Medicine Cabinet
Medicinal Activities
The following list of medical properties is taken from a variety of sources, studies, and publications. Note that both medicinal activities and indications are provided alphabetically below. See bibliographical references to see the references cited with the 3-digit codes below. Note that since different parts of the plant exhibit different properties (i.e. leaves, flowers, pods, roots, root and stem bark, gum, and seeds), we segregate these in the notes, where applicable, in addition to occasional listing of specific geographic regions or countries where the medical property listed is recognized.
  • Abortifacient (Flowers, SAH:22; Roots, SAH:23; Gum, SAH:26)
  • Aging (SAH:17)
  • Anemia (Leaves, Philippines, SAH:22)
  • Anthelmintic (Leaves, SAH:22; Flowers, SAH:22; Pods, SAH:23)
  • Antibacterial (PUB:27728880)
  • Antibiotic (SAH:17)
  • Antiinflammatory (Leaves, SAH:18; Flowers, SAH:22; Roots, SAH:24)
  • Antimicrobial (PUB:24577932)
  • Antioxidant (PUB: 28208654 / 20521992)
  • Antiseptic, Skin (Leaf juice, SAH:22)
  • Asthma (Root, SAH:24; Gum, SAH:26)
  • Astringent (Gum, SAH:26)
  • Biosorbent (PUB:28145150)
  • Bladder complaints (Seed oil, SAH:26)
  • Blood Glucose, Normalization (PUB:24577932)
  • Blood Pressure, High (Leaf; SAH:19)
  • Blood Pressure, Low (Root; SAH:19)
  • Blood Pressure, Normalization (Leaf Juice, SOH:21)
  • Bronchitis (Leaves, India, SAH:22)
  • Calculous Affections (Root Bark, SAH:25)
  • Cancer (PUB:28032498 / 27314649 / 27644601 / 27728880 / 26882972 / 21385597 / 20521992 / 12875626)
  • Cancer, Breast (PUB:26288313, 24748376)
  • Cancer, Cervical (PUB:24681047)
  • Cancer, Colorectal (PUB:26288313 / 22471457)
  • Cancer, Esophageal (PUB:27074620)
  • Cancer, Leukemia (PUB:26434854 / 25051949)
  • Cancer, Liver (PUB:26622717 / 22938421 / 12875626)
  • Cancer, Lung (PUB:24041017)
  • Cancer, Ovarian (PUB:17435633)
  • Cancer, Pancreatic (PUB:23957955)
  • Cancer, Prostatic (PUB:21992488)
  • Cardiac Stimulant (SAH:19)
  • Cardiovascular ailments (PUB:24577932)
  • Carminative (Roots, SAH:23)
  • Catarrh (Leaves & Flowers, India, SAR:22)
  • Colds (Root, SAH:23)
  • Colitis (SAH:21)
  • Coma (SAH:24)
  • Dental Caries (Gum, India, SAH:26)
  • Detoxification (SAH:16)
  • Diabetes (SAH:19)
  • Diarrhea (Leaves, SAH:21; Roots, SAH:23)
  • Digestive (Root Bark/Stem Bark, India, SAH:24)
  • Diuretic (Leaves, SAH:20; Flowers, SAH:20; Roots, SAH:23)
  • Dysentery (SAH:21; Gum, SAH:26)
  • Earache (Roots, SAH:24; Root Bark/Stem Bark, SAH:25; Gum, SAH:25)
  • Edema, Pedal (India, Indo-China, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Root, SAH:24)
  • Energy Boost (SAH:12)
  • Epilepsy (Roots, SAH:23; Root Bark/Stem Bark, SAH:24)
  • Eyewash (Flowers, SAH:23)
  • Fevers (Leaves, India, SAH:22; Gum, SAH:26; Seeds, SAH:26)
  • Glandular Swelling (SAH:22)
  • Gonorrhea (SAH:21)
  • Gout (SAH:24; Seed oil, SAH:26)
  • Headache (Leaves, Buds, SAH:21; Gum, SAH:25)
  • Hepatoprotective (PUB:22938421)
  • Hiccoughs (Roots, SAH:21)
  • Hypoglycemic (PUB:28208654 / 24577932)
  • Hysteria (Flowers, SAH:23; Root Bark/Stem Bark, SAH:25; Seed oil, SAH:26)
  • Immune Enhancing (SAH:18)
  • Infections, eye and ear (Leaves, India, SAH:22)
  • Infections, sores and skin infections (Leaves: Nicaragua, Guatemala, Senegal, SAH:22; Roots, SAH:24)
  • Intestinal Spasms (Senegal, SAH:25; Root Bark/Stem Bark, India, SAH:25)
  • Intestinal Ailments (Gum, Java, SAH:26)
  • Laxative (Roots, SAH:23)
  • Liver Ailments (PUB:24577932)
  • Lumbago (Roots, SAH:24)
  • Milk Production, Incease (Leaves, Philippines, SAH:22)
  • Muscle Ailments (Flowers, SAH:22)
  • Nervousness / Debility (Roots, SAH:23)
  • Pain, Articular (Pods, SAH:23; Roots, SAH:24)
  • Pain, Kidney & Lower Back (Roots, SAH:24)
  • Prostate (Seed oil, SAH:26)
  • Purgative (SAH:22; Roots, SAH:24)
  • Relaxation, Muscle (SAH:20)
  • Rheumatism (Roots, SAH:23,24; Seed oil, SAH:26)
  • Scurvy (Leaves, India, due -- no doubt -- to Moringa's high Vit. C content, SAH:22; Roots, SAH:24,25; Seed oil, SAH:26)
  • Sedative (SAH:20)
  • Skin Conditions -- "cuts, scrapes, sores, and rashes." (SAH:17)
  • Sleeping Aid (SAH:20)
  • Snakebite (Root Bark/Stem Bark, SAH:25)
  • Sore Throat (Flowers, SAH:22)
  • Spleen Enlargement (Flowers, SAH:22; Roots, SAH:24)
  • Stupor (Roots, SAH:24)
  • Tonic, General (Flowers, SAH:22)
  • Tonic, Cardiac & Circulatory (Roots, SAH:23)
  • Toothache (Roots, SAH:24; Root Bark/Stem Bark, SAH:25)
  • Tumors (Flowers, SAH:22)
  • Ulcers (SAH:19)
  • Warts (Seeds, Aruba, SAH:27)

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Recent Studies on Moringa
Sourced from PubMed
Disclaimer: The following citations provide findings on the properties of Moringa and offer insights into prospective areas of future research. These findings should not be inferred to provide the basis of medicinal claims, nor should they be relied upon by the public, as such. Readers who want full access to the PubMed database are encouraged to register with NCBI.
As of Feb., 2017, there were 651 citations posted on Moringa. Below we list a few of the more notable:
Moringa is described in Wikipedia --- both in its genus, as well as Moringa oleifera itself.