The Importance of Natural Medicine and Why You Need Moringa In Your Kitchen

Learning What Herbs You Need For Natural Medicine? 

There are many sites out there with information about natural healing, but not many give you an honest point of view that stems from experience. 

Over the years, I’ve learned that there is more to holistic healing that what major medical outlets are willing to share.

My hope is that this short and to the point article will inspire you to do your own research and start learning how to heal your body with natural means before resulting to modern western medicine.

Why Plants?

The plant, the herb, the fruit, has been healing the body for thousands of years. Phytochemicals, “phyto” meaning plant, are rich in antioxidants, flavonoids, and phytoestrogens. 

The qualities still exist in these plants, first used in ancient days. 

The presence of plants chemicals in fruit makes it equally worthy of recognition. Even sick animals have been observed using herbs for healing, which lead many to partake in scientific studies.

The oldest medical text from Ancient Egypt, a sixty-five-foot long scroll known as the Ebers papyrus, lists the herbal formulations from more than five hundred plants. 

Dating to around 1500 BC, it was considered the very best and has been recognized as the influence of Western medicine.

Natural Remedies Today and The 25 Herbs You Need in Your Kitchen

In the modern world, we have been taught to focus on chemicals to remove the symptoms of an illness and not the cause. 

What if we changed that?

There are 25 herbs that our society uses on a daily basis that could heal the majority of common illnesses and alignments.

Don’t believe me? Research them!

Here are the 25 herbs that will improve your health when used frequently and correctly:

  • Moringa 
  • Stinging Nettle 
  • Tumeric 
  • Flaxseed
  • Stevia
  • Dandelion
  • Aloe Vera
  • Peppermint
  • Lavender
  • Rosemary
  • Papaya
  • Mulberry Tea
  • Neem
  • Soursop
  • Hibiscus
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Cinnamon
  • Alfalfa
  • Guinea Hen Weed
  • Chamomile
  • Frankincense
  • Alaskan Ginseng
  • Garlic
  • Myrrh

These 25 herbs have been a blessing to my family. We use them in our teas, every day cooking practices, and grow some of them in our front window! 

Challenge for you:  Find which plants fit your specific needs. Research the 25 Self-Empowering, Health-Empowering Herbs and discover which herbs you should be keeping in your home on a regular basis.

I believe that after you do this challenge, you will be too excited to go back to modern medicine! (Just make sure you consult your doctor before starting this new health journey.)

So… What about this Moringa?

I want to share more in-depth the herb that I use the most in my business: Moringa

Moringa has historically been used to treat inflammation, infectious disease, cardiovascular issues, and gastrointestinal disorders. When you research the most common diseases within our society today, you will see that they are all caused by one of the traits that Moringa heals.

And it only gets better…

Moringa is the super vegetable tree that keeps on giving. It has been recently discovered to help purify drinking water, is a rich source of natural antioxidants, beta carotene, protein, vitamin C, Calcium, potassium and several other vitamins and minerals necessary for the human body to thrive.

Moringa is a powerful herb that can be taken in several forms based on how you want to treat the body.

Evidence of the Healing Powers of Moringa

Do a Google Search for Dr. Duragkar Nandakishore Jeevanrao and Moringa.

This Indian Doctor filed a patent application for the isolation of the indole alkaloid from Moringa as an anti-cancer agent. The isolated, purified new alkaloid from moringa bark showed good anti-cancer activity.

If that isn’t worth researching, maybe this next study will be work investigating.

Research Study for Moringa Tea

Using 43 subjects between the ages of 21 and 72, Moringa teas was used to evaluate its impact on blood sugar levels in humans. Results showed that drinking Moringa tea had no significant effect on the blood sugar levels 2 hours after consumption for people with normal blood sugar levels.

For hyperglycemic patients, however, the blood sugar levels significantly decreased.

The study concluded that Moringa tea may have a use in the management or treatment of diabetes. 

(Research: Ples, Michael, and Howell Ho, “Comparative effects of moringa oleifera Lam. tea on normal and hyperglycemic patients. eHealth International Journal.)

Inspiring Others To Research Other Possibilities

I hope you found this article helpful!

My goal is to inspire others to research alternative means to Western Medicine in hopes that we all can learn to heal illness instead of solely treating symptoms of diseases.

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