How Moringa Can Regulate Your Blood Pressure

Moringa Powder Works on High Blood Pressure

APRIL 27, 2013

 

"I have to tell you that I take your Moringa powder for my high blood pressure and it works.  My wife tried to tell me for a month that I should try it.  I drink the tea in the evening every day now."

George R.

High Blood Pressure Medicine Recall

"It's time to get back to God's Natural Plants for High Blood Pressure. We've warned you going on two years about Pharmaceutical Medicines and the side effects, now hopefully you will listen to this recall and realize you better start trusting God and take responsibility for your own health."

"Some drugs used to control high blood pressure and prevent heart failure were voluntarily recalled this past week due to an impurity that could possibly LEAD TO CANCER, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said.

These products — with the active ingredient valsartan, a generic drug used to treat high blood pressure — may contain N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a possible human carcinogen. The FDA asked three companies, Major Pharmaceuticals, Solco Healthcare and Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd., to recall their valsartan products. Solco and Teva were also asked to recall their drugs containing valsartan/hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ)." https://start.att.net/…/time-3_companies_recall_blood_press…

What's Your Alternative---God's Superfood Moringa Oleifera

"Blood pressure is the measurement of the force of your blood pushing against the walls of your arteries as your heart beats. High blood pressure doesn’t have many noticeable symptoms but can lead to serious, and sometimes fatal, implications. These implications include stroke, heart attack, and kidney failure to name a few. In the United States about 75 million adults (nearly 1 out of 3) have high blood pressure, and high blood pressure costs the country $46 billion per year." (Kuli Kuli)

 

"What is Moringa?"

Moringa Oleifera is prized in Ayurvedic medicine for its many therapeutic properties. When you examine the nutritional content of Moringa, it’s not difficult to see the reason for its incredible reputation. Moringa leaves are packed full of nutrients and vitamins, including phytonutrients, iron, calcium and an amazing eight essential amino acids.

 

Just one cup of fresh Moringa contains:

Protein: 2 grams.
Riboflavin (B2): 11 per cent of the RDA
Vitamin C: 12 per cent of the RDA
Vitamin A (from beta-carotene): 9 per cent of the RDA
Iron: 11 per cent of the RDA
Magnesium: 8 per cent of the RDA
Vitamin B6: 19 per cent of the RDA

 

Thanks to its impressive nutritional credentials, Moringa can be beneficial at preventing and treating a wide variety of health problems, including one of the most common and potentially dangerous of them all: high blood pressure.

Moringa and Blood Pressure

 

Moringa has long been used as a natural ingredient to help manage blood pressure, but it wasn’t until 2006 that a scientific study indicated that this superfood really does work. A research study published in Phytotherapy Research found that Moringa leaf extract has a significant effect in reducing blood pressure levels in test subjects.

 

So how exactly does this superfood work? Research suggests that Moringa’s ability to help lower blood pressure comes from the many powerful antioxidants and nutrients it contains.

 

One particularly beneficial vitamin is Quercetin – a heart- healthy flavanol that has been shown to help lower blood pressure. A 2017 study showed that the antioxidant has hypertensive actions, meaning it can work on a multi-faceted level to lower high blood pressure.

 

Moringa also contains plenty of Vitamin C, which, in observational studies, has been connected with lower blood pressure, as well as Vitamin E and Potassium – nutrients that are all great for you heart health." (freshbodymind)

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