Moringa Seed

Moringa has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments.

What are moringa seeds? The moringa tree has slender green pods that hang down from its branches. It is from these pods that moringa seeds are removed. They can be eaten either cooked or roasted

Moringa seed health benefits?

•             Heal Ulcers

•             Treat Anemia

•             Boost Immune System

•             Improve Eyesight

•             Act as A Sleep Aid

•             Promote Liver Health

  • Rich in antioxidants, which help protect the body from oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
  • High in beneficial fats, including omega-3 fatty acids, which support heart health and brain function.
  • Contain plant compounds with anti-inflammatory properties, potentially reducing inflammation and associated symptoms.
  • Provide a good source of protein, contributing to muscle growth and repair.
  • Possess antimicrobial properties, aiding in fighting against certain infections.
  • Can help regulate blood sugar levels, benefiting individuals with diabetes or those at risk.
  • Have potential cholesterol-lowering effects, promoting cardiovascular health.
  • May support healthy digestion and alleviate digestive issues such as constipation.
  • Traditionally used for their potential anti-cancer properties, although further research is needed.
  • Can be used as a natural water purifier, removing impurities and contaminants from water sources.

Please note that while moringa seeds have potential health benefits, it’s important to consume them in moderation and be cautious about potential interactions or side effects. It’s recommended to consult a healthcare professional before incorporating moringa seeds into your diet.

Different Consumption Ways: Moringa Seed can be consumed whole, crushed, or roasted. It can also be added to smoothies or used to make tea.

Recommended Dose: 1-2 tablespoons (15-30 grams) of seeds per day.

Side Effects: Moringa Seed is generally safe for consumption, but large doses may cause digestive issues.