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Along with being the land of culture and tradition, India is also luckily a country that gets to experience all the four major seasons that nature has to offer. Primarily categorized as a hot country, each season in India continues for at least one to two months with summer taking up around three months from May to July. And with each changing season, come different challenges. We have recently bid good-bye to winters by welcoming the pleasant spring breeze with it being one of the most pleasant times throughout the year, it is also the time for infections and flu. The rate of spreading is high during this time of the year because this is also a major time for crops and plants to breed.
According to Ayurveda, the Hindu medical science, the solutions to most of our major health problems can be solved through various elements present in nature itself. Some certain plants and trees can not only cure these problems but can also provide additional benefits. Moringa is one of many trees that have various medicinal qualities that can help in increasing the body’s immunity and keep these infections at bay. It is a tree that grows in various parts of the world but is mainly native to India and Africa. The flowers of the tree have been used in many places as an addition while preparing fatty foods because the antioxidants present in it help in increasing the shelf life of food. Also rich in other minerals such as calcium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron and copper, Moringa has a wide range of benefits for our bodies. Read on to find out:
One of the best advantages of Moringa is that it is a great agent to improve and increase immunity. It has 32.2% NRV of Iron and 18.9% NRV of Vitamin A which helps the body fight off the infections at the earliest. It is important to consume the Moringa plants either in a powdered form or in food especially during the spring season.
It is also a rich source for calcium with 24.7% NRV which is responsible for normal functioning of the digestive enzymes. The fibre present in it also contributes to a healthy bowel movement, keeping the stomach along with the digestive system healthy.
With a good 18% of Vitamin A present in the Moringa powder, it is also very beneficial for the eyes. And a good vision is something that can never be taken for granted.
This season is also likely to affect the skin and hair causing dryness on the scalp and face along with pimples. Moringa is rich in both Vitamin A and E that are beneficial for the healthy growth of hair and skin repair. The antioxidants in this plant also help in clearing the toxins out of the body which naturally results in healthier skin.
Feeling tired all the time? Well, most of us do and as per research by the Royal College of Psychiatry, UK, one out of every 5 people feel tired most of the time. Moringa is a natural solution for fatigue. It is rich in Iron and Vitamin A both which are responsible for the reduction of tiredness in the body. Vitamin A specifically helps in improving metabolism which in turn helps with a good, active state of the body.
The Moringa tree leaves are a powerful source of adaptogens, an element used for centuries by the Chinese and Indian medical sciences like Ayurveda. Adaptogens work as useful agents to reduce the stress and for the general well being of the person. Many studies have shown that consumption of adaptogens has also significantly improved attention span in people.
Another reason why this plant has been used in traditional medicine so much is that it also helps in tackling diabetes naturally. It helps in balancing the blood sugar levels. A study that went on for 19 years by the University of Eastern Finland, showcased how replacing 5% of animal meat protein with plant-based protein could help in reducing the risk of T2D. The results showed that the risk reduced to 18% and Moringa contains 25% of plant protein. We’d leave it on you to do the math.
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