Better Skin with Miracle Tree Leaves

Better Skin with Miracle Tree Leaves

What is Moringa?

 Moringa oleifera is a fairly large tree native to North India. It goes by a variety of names, such as drumstick tree, horseradish tree or miracle tree.

Almost all parts of the tree are eaten or used as ingredients in traditional herbal medicines. This especially applies to the leaves and pods, which are commonly eaten in parts of India and Africa. It is very rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds.

There are many benefits of Moringa. The dried leaf of the Moringa oleifera tree is a rich source of protein containing all 8 essential amino acids, as well as Omega 3, 6 & 9. Moringa is rich in Vitamins A to K, providing your body with 46 powerful antioxidants. Moringa’s nutrient profile is abundant with mineral and trace elements such as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and zinc. Moringa oleifera is a natural, whole-food source of nutrients and minerals that are readily available for your body to identify, absorb and utilise.

Moringa is beneficial for protecting hair against free radicals and keeps it clean and healthy. Moringa also contains protein, which means it is helpful in protecting skin cells from damage. It also contains hydrating and detoxifying elements, which also boost the skin and hair.

It can be successful in curing skin infections and sores.

Managing Psoriasis

Psoriasis, as we know the skin condition today, is known for its red, crusty or scaly appearance, and the annoyingly itchy sensation that comes with it. It comes as the result of faulty immune responses that affect the process of cell turnover.

Common in adults under 35 years old, what happens is that the length of period for skin renewal is cut short—from the normal length of one month to a few days—causing an overproduction of skin cells and the abnormal build-up that manifests as visible patches on the surface of the skin.

In countries with deep histories of traditional medicine like India and the Philippines, symptoms of psoriasis have been treated using Moringa (malunggay), which is antiseptic, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory. The use of moringa oil for psoriasis helps manage the annoying symptoms of the skin condition by keeping the skin healthy and moisturized.

Psoriasis and its flare-ups can be controlled with daily doses of moringa supplements.

A recent study seeks to evaluate the healing properties of moringa’s most powerful ingredients on rats with psoriasis and the collected data show that there is indeed a significant difference. 

The methanolic extracts from moringa enhanced fibroplasia, or the healing of wounds, reduced inflammation, produced higher amounts of scar tissue, and also improved the rates of re-epithelization. This proved effective against the psoriatic changes in the rats, however, for a more conclusive understanding of the ingredients that impact psoriasis, further studies are still required.

Given its extensive history of use in many cultures and the studies that has validated its efficacy, the medicinal practice of applying moringa for psoriasis symptoms should serve as substantially enough evidence that it has – to a certain threshold for acceptance – proven effective, if not helpful.

Keeping Eczema in bay

Atopic Eczema (commonly called Eczema) is an itchy, chronic inflammation of the skin.

“Atopic” refers to a collection of diseases involving the immune system. “Eczema” is a condition where patches of skin become inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and rough. Diagnosis is primarily based on the appearance of skin and on personal and family history.

Some people outgrow the condition, while others will continue to have it throughout adulthood. Classic signs of atopic dermatitis include itchy reddish skin and in severe cases, the skin lesions may be infected.

Moringa has proven to contain vitamins, minerals and amino acids like Vitamins A, C, and E; calcium; potassium; and protein. Most importantly, Moringa leaves contain up to 36 anti-inflammatory ingredients to help suppress the inflammation and irritation of the skin. To make it easy for you, our Mighty Moringa comes in a small and easy to carry bottle.

Anti Aging

Moringa helps to reduce the rate of the aging process and improves the condition of your hair and skin. The 47 antioxidants found in Moringa helps to prevent free radicals from damaging important living cells and tissues. With the assistance of the high content of Vitamin A, C & E and selenium found in Moringa, the cells will be protected from oxidative stress, leaving you with clearer, more youthful looking skin.

This nutrient-dense supplement comes filled with antioxidants that help in curbing the activity of free radicals, thus slowing down the process of aging. It also helps in removing wrinkles and preventing the sagging of facial skin as well. The oil’s richness in Vitamin C helps in stabilizing collagen, which in turn helps in reducing fine lines and repairing damaged skin cells.

Skin Maintenance with Moringa

Irrespective of the location where you reside, a wide range of pollutants exist in your environment. These pollutants penetrate the deeper layers of the epidermis and affect balance in the skin's structural integrity. Therefore, the defensive capacity of the skin is disturbed by being exposed to pollution. 

The pollutants and fine dust particles gradually deplete the skin of antioxidants and leave skin feeling dry. These particles also disturb the surface barrier function and compromise skin hydration. Moringa’s phytochemicals profile shows that it is rich in fatty acids (mainly oleic acid) and antioxidants that restore and protect the skin’s barrier. The rich content of Oleic acid also ensures that the skin remains hydrated even when exposed to pollution.

Learn more than just the benefits of moringa on your skin here.

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