Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, antioxidant, antitumour.
Moringa is a plant native to India belonging to the Moringaceae family. It is a tree widespread in the equatorial and tropical areas of the Planet. Moringa is often called the "miraculous tree" or "tree of miracles" because - according to alternative medicines - it is able to prevent and treat multiple ailments.
- Vitamin A
- B Vitamins
- Vitamin C
Contraindicated during pregnancy. Inordinate and/or prolonged use may lead to laxative effects
Moringa oil is particularly valued in cosmetics for its emollient, antioxidant and moisturising properties that are used to promote the beauty of skin and hair as well as the scalp.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action: Moringa has strong antioxidant properties thanks to the content of substances such as quercitin, rutin and chlorogenic acid which, together with mineral salts and vitamins, especially Vitamin E, help to combat the harmful effects of free radicals, slowing down the ageing of skin and organs.
Stimulates digestion and weight loss: thanks to its dietary fibre content, Moringa stimulates the digestive process, which is why Moringa supplements are usually taken after meals. It also stimulates intestinal motility, preventing constipation. Moringa is also used for its ability to increase metabolism, thus boosting weight loss.