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Why is Moringa Tree is Called The Miracle Tree of Life

by Paneeni Sharma

Malunggay or Moringa Tree is a tropical tree and is commonly known as horseradish tree in the Western world. This is a miracle tree that is known as fast – growing and drought – resistant tree. This tree is mostly found in tropical countries. The scientific name of Malunggay tree is Moringa Oliefera. It is commonly known as Sajina in India. This tree is rich in various essential nutrients and therefore it is widely used as an ingredient in the preparation of herbal medicine. The malunggay tree is known to provide an enormous number of health benefits as it is a rich source of nutrients like vitamin C, calcium, vitamin A, protein, potassium, magnesium, zinc, and iron.

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Malunggay is enriched with various beneficial nutrients and compounds which provides various health benefits like:

 

  1. Anti-Diabetic Properties

Malunggay leaves are very useful in managing the level of glucose in the blood. Malunggay leaves help in managing diabetes by lowering the blood sugar levels.

  1. Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties

It has been proved that Malunggay leaves have antibacterial and antifungal properties due to the presence of organic compounds like iron, thiamin, calcium, beta-carotene, phosphorous, vitamin A, B, C and E, and lipoprotein.

  1. Anti-Cancer Properties

Miracle Tree is known to contain compounds rich in simple sugar, rhamnose and unique group or glucosinolates and isothiocyanates which have hypotensive, anticancer and antibacterial properties. Malunggay leaves contain Benzyl isothiocyanate which can prevent cancer cells in our body.

  1. Helps In Combating Malnutrition

Malunggay leaves behind a rich source of various nutrients and minerals are used as a nutritional supplement.

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  1. Prevent the Intestinal Worms (Anthelmintics)

Malunggay leave is a great source of an important nutrient called anthelmintic. This nutrient can prevent the growth of parasites or worms.

  1. Treat Common Cold, Fever and Asthma

Malunggay is the best natural remedy to treat cold, fever or asthma. Malunggay leaves contain vitamin C which is known to strengthen the immune system. Malunggay roots, leaves, and even seeds can be used to treat conditions like cold, fever and asthma.

  1. Heal Gastric Ulcers

Malunggay leaves also work great in healing gastric ulcer or gastritis. Presence of amino acid histidine and glutamic acid in Malunggay leaves helps in healing ulcer.

  1. Treat Rheumatism

Malunggay leaves are greatly useful in heal aching muscles and are also effective in treating rheumatism. Malunggay leaves are a rich source of amino acid histidine which works great in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Presence of Vitamin B1 in Malunggay leaves also helps in preventing rheumatism.

Why is Moringa Tree is Called “The Miracle Tree of Life”

  1. Maintaining The Level Of Cholesterol

Malunggay leaves are loaded with calcium, potassium, protein, iron and vitamin A, B, and C. These all nutrients and minerals contribute in balancing the level of cholesterol in the body.

  1. Relax and Promote Good Sleep

Malunggay leaves help in promoting good sleep due to the presence of various nutrients which relaxes the brain and prevent neural disorder. Presence of Antispasmodic compounds and vitamins in Malunggay leaves helps in solving the problem of anxiety related to sleep.

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3 comments

Sone October 4, 2017 - 12:38 PM

Moringa is drumstick ? :bye: :bye:

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Sreeparna Ganguly October 4, 2017 - 1:36 PM

I did not know Sajina was that good 🙂

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Mallika October 9, 2017 - 12:01 PM

Sometimes you can cook it with potatoes and tomato gravy as a vegetable. The leaves are amazing too for heart patients and the same can be cooked with tomatoes and onion gravy like a thin soup and whats more its tasty too!

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