PRODUCTS

UNBOXED DEALS

ORDER TRACK

CONTACT

CART

ACCOUNT

Wondernut – Moringa

R140.00

9 in stock

Description

The journey of Moringa

For ages, moringa has been known for its exceptional health benefits, not only for its value in its natural state as a plant, but also now in the form of powder, capsules and tea. It is very rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds.

Moringa (also known as Moringa oleifera) is a large tree native to North India, which is especially renowned in the region to the great Himalayas. It is also grown in other parts of Asia such as in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Every part of the tree (the bark, leaves, fruit, flowers and root) is used in traditional herbal medicines. It is therefore known as the Miracle Herb.

Moringa, especially the leaves, contains many vitamins and minerals, such as:
Protein
Vitamin B6
Vitamin C
Iron
Riboflavin (B2)
Vitamin A
Magnesium
Rich in antioxidants, moringa offers such compounds that act against free radicals in the body. Free radicals may cause oxidative stress and is usually associated with chronic diseases such as heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes.

The moringa leaves contain the following antioxidants:
Quercetin: may help lower blood pressure
Chlorogenic acid: may help moderate blood sugar levels
What are the health benefits of Moringa?

Moringa has many benefits and it is used for many beauty and health products to help prevent and cure diseases.

The benefits of moringa may include:

1. Protecting and nourishing skin and hair Moringa helps keep hair clean and healthy. It is also helpful in protecting skin cells from damage. It contains hydrating and detoxifying elements, which boost the skin and hair. It may also cure skin infections and sores. 2. Protecting the liver A healthy liver helps regulate our blood supply. The liver is a crucial organ for the functioning of the body. A damaged liver can cause problems with digestion, hormones, and even mental health complications. Moringa may protect the liver against any damage, restore liver enzymes, reduce inflammation, balance hormones and can quicken its self-repair process. 3. Preventing and treating cancer Studies have shown that the antioxidants in moringa reduce cancer cell growth. Cancer patients experience a loss of appetite due to side effects of some treatments such as chemotherapies—this can lead to malnutrition and weight loss. Moringa meets the required nutritional needs and provides the necessary vitamin intake. 4. Treating stomach disorders like ulcers, constipation and gastritis The antibiotic and antibacterial properties of moringa may help inhibit the growth of various pathogens and help with digestion. 5. Making bones healthier Moringa also contains calcium and phosphorous, which helps to keep bones healthy and strong. It may also help to treat conditions such as arthritis. 6. Treating mood disorders such as depression, anxiety and fatigue Depression has become a widespread mental disorder worldwide. A constant state of depression results from anxiety and stress. Moringa is thought of being a good antidepressant, and helps with treating anxiety and fatigue. 7. Protecting the cardiovascular system Hypertension is characterised by high blood pressure leading to cardiac complications and an increased risk of heart failure. Moringa reduces the nocturnal heart rate and improves the cardiac function. 8. Treating diabetes Moringa is effective in reducing glucose levels and regulating oxidative stress in diabetic patients. This means that moringa lowers blood sugar and cholesterol and improves protection against cell damage. 9. Treating asthma Moringa may help with some asthma attacks and protect against bronchial constrictions. It also assists with better lung function and breathing.
  1. Treating anaemia
    Anaemia is a condition that occurs when there is a lack of healthy red blood cells in the body. Haemoglobin is an iron-rich protein in red blood cells to which oxygen attaches when it enters the body. Adequate iron not only improves oxygen carried through the blood stream, but it also boosts the immune system. Moringa is known to be an excellent source of iron.

Clinical findings have revealed that moringa can help treat over 300 documented medical illnesses, only a few are mentioned above.

How long does it take to feel the effects of moringa?

Research has found that moringa can help you get back on track. For most people, the effects can be seen after three weeks of regular intake. The effects of moringa are not similar in all bodies – three weeks should only be a guideline.

What is the dosage and intake of moringa?

The moringa is sold in a capsule form. The recommended dosage of the moringa should not exceed four capsules per day.

What are the side effects of the moringa capsule?

Anyone considering using moringa is advised to discuss it with a medical doctor first. Moringa may possess anti-fertility qualities and is therefore not recommended for pregnant women. There are not many reported side effects of moringa. The moringa cleanses the liver and colon in your body and as a result it may cause nausea and headaches initially.

It is very important to always follow dosage instructions.

 

Reviews

Be the first to review “Wondernut – Moringa”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Wondernut – Moringa

R140.00

Moringa, by Wondernut. It’s easy to fall off the wagon, or the bicycle… Ask Marelize. If you’re trying to get back on track or simply bring balance to your bowels while you use Wondernut Capsules, we highly recommend this multi-use miracle product. It’s said to protect and nourish skin, treat amnesia, and do a whole other bunch of good stuff. You should probably read the proper full description below. I’m not a professional, I just write “short” descriptions nobody reads.

9 in stock

Description

The journey of Moringa

For ages, moringa has been known for its exceptional health benefits, not only for its value in its natural state as a plant, but also now in the form of powder, capsules and tea. It is very rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds.

Moringa (also known as Moringa oleifera) is a large tree native to North India, which is especially renowned in the region to the great Himalayas. It is also grown in other parts of Asia such as in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Every part of the tree (the bark, leaves, fruit, flowers and root) is used in traditional herbal medicines. It is therefore known as the Miracle Herb.

Moringa, especially the leaves, contains many vitamins and minerals, such as:
Protein
Vitamin B6
Vitamin C
Iron
Riboflavin (B2)
Vitamin A
Magnesium
Rich in antioxidants, moringa offers such compounds that act against free radicals in the body. Free radicals may cause oxidative stress and is usually associated with chronic diseases such as heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes.

The moringa leaves contain the following antioxidants:
Quercetin: may help lower blood pressure
Chlorogenic acid: may help moderate blood sugar levels
What are the health benefits of Moringa?

Moringa has many benefits and it is used for many beauty and health products to help prevent and cure diseases.

The benefits of moringa may include:

1. Protecting and nourishing skin and hair Moringa helps keep hair clean and healthy. It is also helpful in protecting skin cells from damage. It contains hydrating and detoxifying elements, which boost the skin and hair. It may also cure skin infections and sores. 2. Protecting the liver A healthy liver helps regulate our blood supply. The liver is a crucial organ for the functioning of the body. A damaged liver can cause problems with digestion, hormones, and even mental health complications. Moringa may protect the liver against any damage, restore liver enzymes, reduce inflammation, balance hormones and can quicken its self-repair process. 3. Preventing and treating cancer Studies have shown that the antioxidants in moringa reduce cancer cell growth. Cancer patients experience a loss of appetite due to side effects of some treatments such as chemotherapies—this can lead to malnutrition and weight loss. Moringa meets the required nutritional needs and provides the necessary vitamin intake. 4. Treating stomach disorders like ulcers, constipation and gastritis The antibiotic and antibacterial properties of moringa may help inhibit the growth of various pathogens and help with digestion. 5. Making bones healthier Moringa also contains calcium and phosphorous, which helps to keep bones healthy and strong. It may also help to treat conditions such as arthritis. 6. Treating mood disorders such as depression, anxiety and fatigue Depression has become a widespread mental disorder worldwide. A constant state of depression results from anxiety and stress. Moringa is thought of being a good antidepressant, and helps with treating anxiety and fatigue. 7. Protecting the cardiovascular system Hypertension is characterised by high blood pressure leading to cardiac complications and an increased risk of heart failure. Moringa reduces the nocturnal heart rate and improves the cardiac function. 8. Treating diabetes Moringa is effective in reducing glucose levels and regulating oxidative stress in diabetic patients. This means that moringa lowers blood sugar and cholesterol and improves protection against cell damage. 9. Treating asthma Moringa may help with some asthma attacks and protect against bronchial constrictions. It also assists with better lung function and breathing.
  1. Treating anaemia
    Anaemia is a condition that occurs when there is a lack of healthy red blood cells in the body. Haemoglobin is an iron-rich protein in red blood cells to which oxygen attaches when it enters the body. Adequate iron not only improves oxygen carried through the blood stream, but it also boosts the immune system. Moringa is known to be an excellent source of iron.

Clinical findings have revealed that moringa can help treat over 300 documented medical illnesses, only a few are mentioned above.

How long does it take to feel the effects of moringa?

Research has found that moringa can help you get back on track. For most people, the effects can be seen after three weeks of regular intake. The effects of moringa are not similar in all bodies – three weeks should only be a guideline.

What is the dosage and intake of moringa?

The moringa is sold in a capsule form. The recommended dosage of the moringa should not exceed four capsules per day.

What are the side effects of the moringa capsule?

Anyone considering using moringa is advised to discuss it with a medical doctor first. Moringa may possess anti-fertility qualities and is therefore not recommended for pregnant women. There are not many reported side effects of moringa. The moringa cleanses the liver and colon in your body and as a result it may cause nausea and headaches initially.

It is very important to always follow dosage instructions.

 

Reviews

Be the first to review “Wondernut – Moringa”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *