I’m pretty sure you’ver heard of ginger…but have you heard of moringa yet?

Ginger or moringa on their own are powerful, but when you combine the two the combo is more than impressive.

We will break down each one of these ingredients individually and then offer a recipe for you to try the effects.

Takes only 5 minutes to make!

Moringa

Although modern science has only recently discovered its value, Moringa has been imparting a multitude of benefits across various cultures since ancient times. It was valued by the Romans, Egyptians, and Greeks for its medicinal impact on a range of ailments.

Today, its usage has been encouraged by various humanitarian organizations to combat malnutrition and its effects in poverty-stricken regions, mainly due to its economic viability and rapid growth.

The health benefits of moringa include relief from stomach disorders, allergies and edema. The antioxidant power of moringa aids in liver protection, diabetes, eye protection, cardiovascular health, bone health, uroliathiasis, wound healing, healthy hair, and skin.

It is rich in antibacterial and antifungal properties that help to fight various infections, including herpes.

It is rich in phytonutrients, which are effective for preventing various medical conditions such as cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, bronchial asthma, sickle cell disease, nephrotoxicity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, anemia, and obesity, as well as helping to build a strong immune system.

1. Relief of Arthritis

It contributes to reducing inflammation thanks to its anti-inflammatory components. In addition to this, it contains minerals such as magnesium, iron, copper, potassium or calcium that help strengthen the locomotor system avoiding diseases in the future.

2. Protection against cancer

Clinically, it has been observed that the extract from the moringa leaves inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells because it contains benzyl isothiocyanate. Many scientific studies have shown that this chemical compound has chemoprotective abilities against cancer.

The anti-cancer properties of Moringa oleifera could be attributed to the bioactive compounds present in the extracts from this plant

It also helps people who are undergoing chemotherapy because strengthening their cells helps to support cancer treatment.

3. Lower Cholesterol

In an animal study, it was observed that the effects of the moringa could be compared with the drug simvastatin to lower cholesterol; According to the Journal of Ethnopharmacology.

4. Headache

In traditional Indian medicine, the leaves are used to reduce or eliminate a headache, migraine, and migraine due to its anti-inflammatory action. In general, it has an analgesic action that relieves pain.

5. High pressure

Components such as thiocarbamate and isothiocyanate glycosides act as hypnotists, making it very beneficial for people suffering from high blood pressure.

6. For the stomach

It has anti-ulcer effects so it is recommended for cases of stomach ulcers. This protective action is also beneficial for cases of stomach acid.

7. Protects the liver

It is highly recommended to prevent liver disease or for those who wish to recover the health of this organ.

8. Against anemia

The Moringa contains numerous nutrients that prevent or fight anemia. It is loaded with proteins, vitamins, and minerals

Ginger

Ginger is a root that is used to combat various diseases, such as coughs, colds, diarrhea, diabetes and some stomach problems.

Recent studies have shown that ginger is very good at combating, among other things, type 2 diabetes, since it is regularly and consistently consumed and helps to lower and control the levels of blood sugar that is responsible for this.

Dizziness for travel: In order to avoid this, it is advisable to consume ginger 3 hours before boarding the plane, car, boat, etc. It prevents dizziness by movement (called motion sickness).

In the case of long trips, the specialists recommend consuming ginger half an hour before and in the middle of the crossing re-ingest again. Drinking an infusion of the dried root (obtained in dietetics) is a very good idea or mixed with fruits.

Chemotherapy Treatment: Cancer patients consume ginger to reduce vomiting after a lightning strike. You should know that you should not eat when your stomach is empty.

Pregnancy: Pregnant women can ingest ginger to reduce dizziness and vomiting in the first few months. An infusion of half a teaspoon of dried root is made in a cup of water and is drunk several times per day. This treatment can not be continued for more than two months in a row.

Postoperative is that this root reduces the negative effects of several drugs that are used in surgeries. It should be taken one day before the surgery if you have the doctor’s authorization.

Ginger is also good to prevent the appearance of ulcers because of its antibacterial power, especially a species that with its secretions alter the gastric juices. Also, this root serves to balance the production of liquids inside the stomach.

The Combination Creates a Synergy

For decades, MORINGA AND GINGER have been used to combat multiple diseases and have always yielded excellent results, recent studies have shown that if these two ingredients are used in combination and in the right portions, their effect is much faster and more effective.

Ingredients:

  • 85 g organic ginger, freshly grated
  • 10 moringa leaves
  • 1 teaspoon raw organic honey (we recommend this)
  • 4 cups water

Preparation:

Wash ginger root very well and cut into slices, boil them together with the 4 cups of water for 10 minutes, turn off the heat and add the moringa leaves, cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Strain the mixture and you’re ready to drink. If you wish you can add a teaspoon of honey

Take this infusion one cup in the morning and another before bed.