They can sprout roots from the Leaves!
The Leaf of Life possesses a number of health benefits and is useful in the treatment of quite a few ailments. The plant does have antiviral, antibacterial, antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Leaf of Life’s traditional use as an effective treatment for asthma and insect bites might be so due to the plant’s antihistamine and anaphylactic properties. Consuming Leaf of Life herbal tea has also been known to clean the bladder, urine and remove harmful bacteria from the intestines. The leaves can also be used to treat mastitis in nursing mothers by crushing it and mixing it with castor oil then applying it to the breast. Research done in Hawaii has also shown that the plant has noticeable effects on cancer tissues.
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What are herbal infusions?
This ordeal involves another performance to extract water soluble plant nutrients and medicinal properties from herbs.
An herbal infusion is very much like a tea, but an
infusion is a large amount of herbs brewed or simmered for a long time and are of full strength. A tea contains a very small amount of the herbs brewed or simmered for a short time.
An infusion is much more affective, pulling out more of the minerals and vitamins in the plant. Herbal infusions are very nutritious giving the body what it needs to help maintain the body over time.
Infusions are always made with dried herbs.
How long should I take these infusions?
Infusions should be apart of your daily regimen.
Should I mix my infusions?
Herbal infusions should be taken one herb at a time.
Some of the best Nourishing herbs for an herbal infusion are:
Has more Chlorophyll than any other herb.
Filled with vitamins and minerals known necessary for human health and growth.
It contains 500 milligrams of calcium plus generous amounts of bone-building magnesium, potassium, silicon, boron, zinc, vitamins A, C, D and K, calcium, phosphorous, iron and sulphur are particularly abundant in nettles.
*Builds energy providing healthy radiant skin, strong health hair. Aiding the kidneys, Increases fertility in women and men. Nourishing the fetus and mother, Increasing the richness and amount of breast milk.
Reducing hemorrhoids. Nettle's nourishing action tightens and strengthens blood vessels, helps maintain arterial elasticity.
Red Clover Blossom: #1 Anti cancer preventative. Red Clover is therefore used for hot flashes/flushes, PMS, breast enhancement and breast health as well as lowering cholesterol, improving urine production and improving circulation of the blood, to help prevent osteoporosis, reduce the possibility of blood clots and arterial plaques. Makes a burgundy color infusion.
Linden Flower: Relieves Anxiety, mood swings, PMS, anti-flu,
anti-cold, soothes lungs and guts.
Comfrey Leaf: Helps build bones, increase memory cells, aids with flexibility in joint, eyes, vagina and lungs. Help body heal.
The Leaf is free of the toxin that is found in the roots that may cause liver damage if eaten in high amounts.
A "super food" some call it! The Moringa will give aid to:
Malnutrition, HIV/AIDS, balance blood sugar levels, cardiovascular benefits, enhances circulation, antibiotic properties, anti-fungal properties, reduces inflammation, combat different cancers, eliminates free radicals, enhances the heart, reverses the aging process, increases your energy, sharpens your mental, deter allergies, assist cholesterol levels, improves liver function, promotes hair growth, clears acne, appetite enhancer, natural aphrodisiac, builds immune system, produces 40% more breast milk in pregnant woman and livestock, also is very effective against glaucoma according to several scholars.
Moringa, Banana and Strawberry Smoothie
1/4 cup of cottage cheese or plain yogurt
4 cups of milk
1 tsp of vanilla
1 tsp of maple extract
1-1/2 T. honey ( or 2 T. brown sugar)
3/4 cup of dried banana slices
2 T. fresh ground peanut butter
1/4 tsp of nutmeg (or taste)
2 tsp of Moringa leaf powder
OTHER BEVERAGES & MORINGA ASSOCIATES
CRANBERRY MORINGA TEA
5 quarts of water
2 cups of orange juice
1 cup of dried cranberries
2-1/2 cups of sugar
3/4 cup of cinnamon red hots
2 whole cloves
2 tsp of Moringa leaf powder
And juice from three lemons
Cook cranberries in 1 quart water to extract the juice. Strain cranberries, reserving juice only. Cook 1 quart water, sugar, red hots, and cloves until dissolved to liquid. Add cranberry juice, orange juice, lemon juice, and 3 quarts hot water. Strain through cheesecloth to obtain clear liquid. Makes 1 gallon.
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Over the years, conflicting information has been written about the risks of caffeine. Studies have shown that drinking coffee has been tied to pancreatic cancer...high chloesterol...heart attacks...and birth defect.
Reality: The results of these studies have been called into question by health experts. That's because people who drink a lot of coffee tend to have other bad habits as well, such as smoking or not exercising---which may be the culprits.
Caffeine and Osteoporosis
While caffeine in coffee, tea, cola, chocolate and some medications can cause jitteriness trembling, irritability and insomnia, studies have not substantiated most of the claims about caffeine's negative long-term effects.
Exception: There appears to be a connection between consuming high levels of caffeine and osteoporosis---the thinning of bones that can lead to hip fractures, especially in older women. Risk factors for osteoporosis include being female, thin, white-- particularly of Northern European ancestry---or Asian...not exercising...smoking...and having a family history of the disease.
Self-Defense: If you are at high risk for developing osteoporosis, you should significantly reduce your caffeine intake and be sure to include enough calcium in your diet. In one study, women who drank at least one glass of milk per day were protected from the bone-thinning consequences of caffeine.
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