What Is Moringa? Moringa – Examined & Recommended Worldwide

JHmedicalThe science speaks for itself. Moringa has been one of the most widely studied herbs in the Philippines, India, Africa, Europe and in the USA. Several prominent universities, credible scientific institutions and governmental bodies all over the world have closely examined this amazing plant’s many benefits for human health.

As a result, countless studies and research papers have been published in renowned medical and scientific journals and top physicians have been recommending Moringa to their patients for various ailments, with no known side effects. Hundreds of these studies can be found on websites including the US National Center for Biotechnology, National Library of Medicine, and the National Institutes of Health.

Universities and Research Institutions: Universities and Research Institutions that have studied Moringa include: Yale University; University of Wisconsin; Johns Hopkins University; United Nations University; Heidelberg University, Germany; University of Zimbabwe, Africa; Perdue University; East Carolina University; Ferrara University, Italy; Wageningen University, Netherlands; and University of Calcutta, India.

Scientific Journals:  Scientific Journals that have published research on Moringa include: Human & Experimental Toxicology; International Journal of Food Sciences & Nutrition; Environmental Science & Technology; Indian Journal of Experimental Biology; Ecology of Food and Nutrition; European Journal of Pharmacology British Journal of Nutrition; Journal of Applied Psychology; Phytomedicine; Journal of Medicinal Food; and Journal of Ethnopharmacology.

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There are many organizations that support Moringa including:

Church World Service
Peace Corps
National Geographic Society
National Science Foundation
United Nations