The answer is all in the Moringa
Liquid nutritional supplements, including brands such as Boost, Ensure, Resource and Sustacal, were originally created for the infirm and elderly. Today they're being promoted with slick commercials to active seniors as well as healthier, younger people who don't have the time to eat three square meals a day. In reality, most supplements contain a mixture of water, oil, sugar, soy, milk protein and added vitamins and minerals. Better choices: Fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, yogurt. These old favorites also contain fiber as well as substances such as phytochemicals, which are believed to help prevent cancer and heart disease. With further study and personal family experiences consuming either the large leaf Moringa Oleifera or the small leaf Moringa Oleifera certain cravings were curved due to the high antioxidants, 18 amino acids, vitamins (A) (C) (E), calcium, potassium, protein, and Iron. To be more specific, when the leaves alone are dried into a powder form, the above value triples enormously providing a new hope for a life-source of sustainability right at your finger tips. Try our Moringa Powder, Teas, Mega Mix, or purchase your own Moringa Tree to grow.
Newsletter for April 2014
By Hugh Campbell
During my constant research for new healing products and modalities, I stumbled across an interesting plant that I knew little about! The more I researched, the more I knew I wanted a Moringa Tree! The tree has properties that seem endless! Here are a few;
7x more Vitamin C than Oranges
4x more Vitamin A than Carrots
4x more Calcium and 2x more Protein than Milk
3x more Potassium than Bananas
3x more Vitamin E than Spinach
3x more Iron than Almonds
The Oil contains 1,700 antioxidants
The list of Nutritients and benefits just goes on and on-really!
I was lucky enough to find a local supplier and went to visit them. That is when I met Cornelius and Renee Epps. You could not find nicer and more spiritual people to deal with. I found that they had just published their own book that explains how to plant, raise and care for the trees and much more! They supply seeds, starter kits, seedlings, Oils, soaps and much more all with the healing essences of the Moringa Tree. Needless to say I bought seeds, several seedlings, the book and some soap. I have been watching these plants take off and I am now eating the leaves and will experiment with making teas and adding to smoothies!
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God's tree of life, November 15, 2014
By Beth Wagner
This review is from: How to grow a Moringa Tree: The Ultimate Study Guide to assist, establish, and perfect the art to cultivating a blessing. (Paperback)
I am growing moringa in my yard in south Florida. I have an old cat that was looking very rugged, he had an infection on his nose that was difficult to treat and he is difficult to deal with. I give him some dried moringa in his wet cat food each day. In two months he looked like a new cat, I swear he looks five years younger and it is obvious he feels better. I use it on myself also, I put dried moringa leaves in my yogurt daily. If it helps my old cat, I know it helps me. December 23, 2014. I want to add the cat even looks better as I have continued to feed him the moringa. He is getting fatter also, he had lost some much weight. I swear he looks like a teenager now! I mix at least a full teaspoon of Moringa in a small can of wet food, mixed with some dry food. I still put dried
Moringa in many of the foods I consume. I don't know if it helps me, but I have never been sick in any way. I am 67.
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Excellent, April 25, 2014
By Sue Bateman
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An easy read and supplied all the information that I was looking for. Thank You for writing this book and selling for a reasonable price.
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Large Leaf Mega Moringa Oleifera!
We at Healing Moringa Tree have extra large leaf Moringa Oleifera Species. After growing Moringa Trees for some time we has discovered that there are two types of Moringa Oleifera Species. Small leaf Moringa which grows slower and smaller leaves.
Herbs For Skin
The skin is not just the largest organ in your body but the most visible one as well. As it surrounds your entire physique, it makes perfect sense that one strives to maintain its health, youthfulness and clarity. With herbs like the ones listed below being gentle on the skin yet tough on skin conditions, they certainly have earned their rightful place as effective skin remedies and even in skin care and cosmetic products.
Scrapes, cuts, burns, acne, eczema, psoriasis and skin cancer are just some of the most common skin conditions.  Globally, sales gained from skin products exceed over $300 billion every year and $8 billion in the US alone! 
Not only is healthy skin beautiful on the outside, it is also an indication of good health on the inside.  However, you need not spend so much on commercial skin products when there are natural plant extracts and herbs available! Many of these herbal remedies have the ability to fight free radicals, inhibit enzymatic degradation, promote collagen synthesis  and possess antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Here are some that have been indicated by various studies to have beneficial effects on skin:
10 Beneficial Herbs for the SkinCalendula
Also known as pot marigold, calendula is believed to heal and regenerate skin tissue. For example, calendula has been found to improve firmness and hydration of skin in human tests.  There is also some evidence that suggests calendula oil-based cream may be effective against Ultraviolet B radiation-induced alterations in skin tissue. Aloe
The gel of aloe vera is well known for its ability to repair damaged skin and heal wounds, making it a common ingredient in skin care products. One study has found aloe vera cream to be slightly more effective than topical steroids in reducing inflammation and skin itching. Other studies indicate the value of aloe in relieving dermatitis, frostbite, burns and psoriasis. St. John's Wort
Externally applied as a cream, ointment or macerated oil, St. John's Wort is found to have calming effects on skin irritation.  An investigative study has shown that oleum hyperici, an oil extract of St. John's Wort may be used for topical treatment of wounds, burns, bruises, nerve injury, cuts, hemorrhoids and may even serve as an antiseptic. Because of its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial characteristics, St. John's Wort oil extracts exhibit antimicrobial activities against common microorganisms. Peppermint
In a 2011 experiment, scientists ascertained that when peppermint oil was liberally applied onto the skin, a sensation of freshness was experienced.  Its cooling and refreshing qualities allow peppermint to stimulate and revitalize skin, restore skin elasticity, close pores, reduce swelling and unpleasant odor, and lessen redness and irritation. Green tea
Green tea is not just for drinking. Green tea extract can also be applied to the skin. One study has found that a 2% green tea lotion can work as an acne solution. Aside from alleviating acne, green tea contains antioxidant flavonoids that protect skin from the dangers of ultraviolet light, thereby supporting skin to heal from sunburns, aging and cancer. Chamomile
Undeniably, chamomile is one of the most common herbal ingredients in many skin care products today. This herb is an excellent source of a potent compound called alpha bisabolol that is thought to be effective in accelerating the healing process of skin as well as in reducing the occurrence of wrinkles and fine lines. 
More than its wonderful aroma, chamomile is also known for its anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that are beneficial for the skin. When applied, chamomile is useful for relieving allergies, eczema, minor burns, sunburn and skin rashes. Lavender
Outside of its relaxing and calming effects, lavender is also beneficial for skin repair. The herb contains the compound linalool that soothes the skin, prevents tissue degeneration, and keeps the skin firm and taut. Lavender also acts as an excellent anti-aging agent because of its cytophylactic properties that promote regeneration of new cells. It promotes faster healing of wounds, cuts, scar tissue, inflammation, irritation, psoriasis, sunburns, eczema, acne and other skin disorders. Lavender is also thought to have antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-toxic, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties. Comfrey
Just like chamomile, comfrey is also one of the most popular ingredients in skin lotions today. What makes this herb effective and high in demand? It is commonly believed that comfrey's allantoin content plays a vital role in protecting the skin as well as in promoting skin cell regeneration. When applied to the skin as poultice, comfrey has the potential to heal abrasion and laceration. 
This herb is also known as knitbone and can be used to treat a wide range of skin ailments. Allantoin also works by promoting skin repair and soothing skin inflammation. Despite its effectiveness, the US Food and Drug Administration banned the consumption of comfrey because it is thought to cause damage to essential organs of the body such as the liver. Licorice
Known for its anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, licorice is a wonderful herb that promotes skin health. It is beneficial for people suffering from rosacea, eczema or psoriasis.
 When applied onto the skin as a gel, licorice helps to relieve symptoms like itching, redness and swelling.
Tea tree Found in Australia, tea tree oil is known for its antiviral, antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.  The results of recent studies revealed that tea tree oil is beneficial for treating various skin conditions and ailments including skin blemishes, acne, and scabies.
For people with acne, tea tree oil helps by acting as a natural exfoliant that destroys bacteria that causes flare-ups.  Furthermore, it is useful for eliminating symptoms of skin ailments like irritation, itching and scaling.
Herbs For Skin - References:
 Skin ageing: natural weapons and strategies. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23431351
 Calendula extract: effects on mechanical parameters of human skin. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21928714
 Effects of Calendula Essential Oil-Based Cream on Biochemical Parameters of Skin of Albino Rats against Ultraviolet B Radiation.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23008814
 Estimation of dermatological application of creams with St. John's Wort oil extracts. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22205093
 Freshness evaluation of refreshing creams: influence of two types of peppermint oil and emulsion formulation. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22682397
Article researched and created by Cathy Ongking and Elfe Cabanas, © herbs-info.com 2013
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