Moringa is also known as the Drumstick tree is scientifically known as Mornigaoleifera. Popularly known as the miracle tree, almost all parts of the plants can be eaten.

1.) Moringa is Extremely Rich in Antioxidants-
Moringa is rich in antioxidants like vitamin C, beta-carotene, quercetin, and chlorogenic acid.
2.) Quercetin in Moringa Helps in lowering Blood Pressure
3.) Chlorogenic acid in Moringa Helps in Moderating Blood Sugar Levels
4.) Moringa Helps in Fighting Diabetes-
Moringa leaf powder helps fight diabetes by balancing blood sugar levels and reducing related complications, due to its ability to boosts insulin production and improving insulin sensitivity.
5.) Moringa Helps in Treating Dyslipidemia-
Moringa plant possesses cholesterol-lowering properties, it helps in treating dyslipidemia.

6.) Moringa Seeds are Used to Lower Blood Pressure-
Moringa seeds reduce inflammation which occurs due to oxidative stress and relaxes arteries to improve blood flow.
7.) Proteins in Moringa Protects Skin Cells from Damage
8.) Moringa Possesses Hepato-protective Properties-
Moringa protects the liver against damage caused by anti-tubercular drugs and also helps in repairing hepatocytes.
9.) Moringa Provides Relief from Gastro-intestinal Disorders-
Moringa extracts help to treat stomach disorders, such as constipation, gastritis, and ulcerative colitis. It also possesses anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial properties.
10.) Moringa is Helpful in treating Anemia-
Parts of the moringa plant are rich in iron and vitamin C, moringa is widely used in the treatment and prevention of anemia.

Parts of the moringa plant can be used in a number of ways. Drumsticks are widely used in cooking, the leaves can be cooked fresh or the dried leaf extract can also be used. One can even make smoothies from it, moringa possesses a number of health benefits are is generally safe for consumption. However; people with low blood pressure and pregnant women should avoid moringa. Do make sure to talk to your healthcare provider before incorporating this medicinal plant into your daily diet in order to check its potential interactions.

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