Recently, we published on our channel a combination of ginger and moringa.
And many people liked knowing more about this superfood called moringa. Have you ever heard about it?
There are 13 species of moringa in the world, and the most common ones are Moringa stenopetala and Moringa oleifera.
The latter is considered one of the foods of future, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization.
Originally from northern India, moringa grows in almost every kind of soil, even in high dryness, which makes this food an alternative for those who live in dry areas.
Considered a superfood, it has high nutritional value, containing:
Seven times more vitamin C than oranges;
Four times more vitamin A than carrots;
Four times more calcium than cow’s milk;
Three times more iron than spinach;
Two times more proteins than yogurt;
Three times the amount of potassium of a banana.
Did you know that moringa seeds are used to clean water?
It makes moringa a miraculous plant, used in many parts of the world.
In between its benefits for popular medicine, we can cite:
Improves circulation and the immune system;
Improves digestion and balances the metabolism;
Regulates blood pressure and hormone levels;
Prevents diabetes and cellular aging;
Facilitates sleep and has aphrodisiac properties.
Amazing, isn’t it? Besides all that, moringa also has a high anti-inflammatory power.
Moringa’s taste is pleasant, and its leaves and flowers can be eaten raw or cooked in many different ways.
Do you want to learn how to use all the different parts of moringa?
There are many ways of using moringa to get all of its benefits. Including ginger and moringa tea that we have already shown on our channel.
If you want to learn how to make it, watch the video!
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