(NaturalPath) The Asian Pacific Journal for Cancer Prevention (APJCP) has a paper on an herbal plant known as moringa oleifera that is regaining in popularity. It has many uses including nutritional and medicinal advantages.
According to the researchers, it contains essential amino acids, carotenoids in leaves, and components with nutraceutical properties. Moringa has a wide range of vital antioxidants, antibiotics and nutrients including vitamins and minerals.
“For centuries and in many cultures around the world, the medicinal usage of the Moringa has been used to treat problems such as skin infections, anaemia, anxiety, asthma, blackheads, blood impurities, bronchitis, catarrh, chest congestion, cholera and many other illnesses.”
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