Ginger And Moringa: The Miraculous Combination That Fights Many Diseases

Ginger And Moringa: The Miraculous Combination That Fights Many Diseases


For many years these, two ingredients, have
been used to fight all kinds of diseases, and have shown excellent results. Research has shown that if these two ingredients
are used together in calculated amounts, their effect is significantly better. Ginger aids weight loss by speeding up your
metabolism and gastrointestinal system, prevents nausea and vomiting, prevents diseases such
as colon cancer and stomach ulcers, and acts as and anti-inflammatory. Moringa, originally from India, Afghanistan
and Pakistan, has remarkable properties, and is popular in several different parts of the
world due to many reasons: It relieves the symptoms of arthritis
According to many studies, Moringa is great at combating pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis. It prevents diseases
Studies have shown that Moringa contains numerous anticancer compounds, which mainly act against
ovarian, liver, lung and melanoma cancer. These analysis tested Moringa’s potential
beneficial effect on people who suffer from cancer. It protects the heart
Moringa helps keep your intestines from absorbing too much bad cholesterol and prevents the
formation of fat buildup in your arteries, thus decreasing the risk of cardiovascular
disease. It cures migraines
Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, traditional Indian medicine uses Moringa leaves
to relieve headaches and cure migraines. Improves digestion
Due to the amount of fiber it contains, it is beneficial to people suffering from constipation
in addition to preventing and helping treat ulcers in the stomach. Protects the liver
Moringa is also widely used to prevent liver infection or to help individuals who want
to improve the health of this organ. Against Anemia
Moringa, because it has several proteins, vitamins and minerals, is full of nutrients
that prevent or combat anemia. Improves circulation
Due to its vasodilator effect, Moringa regulates your blood pressure and helps treats hemorrhoids. One way to consume these two wonderful ingredients
is to make an infusion. Here’s what you do: Ingredients 10 green Moringa leaves;
4 cups of water; 85 grams of fresh ginger;
A teaspoon of honey. Start by cleaning the ginger root and cutting
it into pieces. Let it boil in the water for 10 minutes. Take the ginger off the stove and add the
Moringa leaves, cover it and leave it to sit for 5 minutes. Strain the mixture and drink. If desired, add the teaspoon of honey to sweeten
it. Drink one cup in the morning and another before
going to bed.

100 comments on “Ginger And Moringa: The Miraculous Combination That Fights Many Diseases

  1. Chris Juarez Post author

    Why wouldn't you also eat the moringa leaves and ginger afterwards? I would think they would be good to consume as well. Waste not want not.

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  2. Dennis K F Davis Post author

    My daily drink, turmeric, moringa, ginger, avocado I blend everything so I get the fiber also (a pinch cayenne pepper) ..as the only doctor that heal all dis-eases not treat said, there only one disease

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  3. Mehrunnisa Khan Post author

    Excellent information, I take this everyday. Mehrunnisa.πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ™πŸ½πŸ˜Š

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  4. Salman Khan Post author

    Good information In Pakistan Karachi to Punjab sariky belt moringa’s big trees found evvery streets but no one gave importance axcept hikmat and tib

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  5. Orlando Gardener Post author

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  6. Robert L Wilson II Post author

    Great video and I will use this receipt. I already use Moringa and ginger but not like this now I will. Thank you!

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  7. Tom Ortale Post author

    u really just keep it simple…how much tespoons of each?? never seen leaves/just powder form of morigna..KEEP it simple how much of each?? forget the leaves…people understand teaspoon n tablespoon measurements not grams ect. 85 grams??

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  8. erwin021777 Post author

    Make a very healthy dish out of it.
    In a pot or Dutch oven Saute garlic til light brown on avocado or grapeseed oil. then add sliced onion til wilted. Add your organic chicken and lots of thinly sliced ginger, and sliced green papaya if available. Add 4 tbsp fish sauce or 1 tbsp sea salt and 1/4 cup water. Stir, add freshly ground black pepper, cover the pot and simmer for about 2 minutes. Add 1.5-2L water and bring to boil. When boiling simmer for 20-30 minutes partially covered. Then add as much moringga(bokchoy if not available) leaves as you like. Simmer again for 5 minutes. Then enjoy eating with rice. Or add potatoes together with the moringga if you don't like rice.

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  9. erwin021777 Post author

    I'm so fortunate to be living here in Saipan. The island is Abundant in organic moringga, ginger and noni.

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  10. Whats the truth Post author

    I'm gonna try moringa, ginger, turmeric, and matcha all together in the morning. Might throw in something else depending on how it tastes. I have powdered form of all of them. They're all highly beneficial.

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  11. georginah mumbe Post author

    This tree is magic, am lucky we have a Moringa tree at home just pluck leaves every single morning.
    Also since I started using moringa,ginger and tumeric drink,my skin has been glowing: no acne.

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  12. Papa Jose Post author

    There are (2) main/best well known species of Moringa
    (1) Moringa oleifera from India and the rest of Asia (with its origins traced back to East Africa)
    (2) Mopringa . stenopetala, from Africa.
    Of the 13 known species of Moringa, few are cultivated outside their native habitats. Moringa arborea, M. borziana, M. longituba, M. pygmaea, M. rivae and M. ruspoliana are endemic to certain areas of Africa, and exist nowhere else in the world. M. drouhardii and M. hildebrandtii are native to Madagascar. These two, along with M. ovalifolia and M. stenopetala, both native to parts of Africa, are called "bottle trees." Their lower trunks swell to impressive size to hoard water in their arid native lands.

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  13. Papa Jose Post author

    Please, people stop buying everything from Amazon. Because Amazon is a monopoly and a globalist company that cares nothing about us. Please start buying from other online stores with just prices, or better prices.

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  14. Back Kile Post author

    Sure, ALWAYS avoid giving any credit to Africa. Moringa is very common in the land of Africa and the Caribbean!

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  15. Blue thunder Post author

    This really does work. When I hurt from work I make this tea. Pain goes away. I pray and I thank God that the pain is gone. Great combination God and this tea.

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  16. desreene gittens Post author

    I noticed you didn’t mention the Caribbean countries and Africa that moringa actually grows and they have been useing this herb for years

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  17. Oralia Fisher Post author

    Morninga is excellent for Lupus, but it can cause gastritis. Ginger is also excellent but people with a overactive or under active thyroid should not abuse it.

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  18. Bonjour vous Post author

    Why people don't mention that moringa have also in Africa he grow him self naturally we didn't take it from india

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  19. Wonderfully Made Health Post author

    I do believe in the benefits of ginger and moringa. In fact, I just returned from Belize last week and purchased some organic quality moringa which I'm using now. BUT, herbs should just be supplement to other practices in a health routine, NOT the answer! DO NOT depend solely on herbs to restore health! We are being conditioned by the health community retail business to believe herbs (and other supplements) are the be all, end all cure to humanity's health ailments. The ancient Chinese herbalist knew herbs were not the ultimate cure, though they help! They knew herbs worked synergistically in conjunction with chi practices and methods to balance the Autonomic Nervous System (parasympathetic/basically destress and build energy). They counted herbs as only 15-20% of the cure of disease and factors to good health. A true herbalist who understands health and how herbs work, like the ancients did, laughs at our current understanding and use of herbs here in the West. Use them, but only as part of your dedicated health routine.

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  20. ArchangelsandDevas Post author

    I started drinking ginger tea about 6 or 7 years ago. I drank it for digestion and nausea and liked it so much, I carried on drinking it. Didn't realize it would help me lose weight. Over the first 3 years I lost all my excess weight, about 25kgs, 50lbs about. Not following any particular diet, eating loads of salads and fruits instead of processed foods because of my digestive problems. I'm still drinking tea although I don't bother buying the fresh root anymore, just take half a teaspoon of the organic ginger powder in a cup of boiling water. It's wonderfully soothing to my body.

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  21. Made In Texas Post author

    What about just eating the plants 🌱 and just dry it grind it down to a powder and sprinkle it on your for after it’s cools. I use moringa dry powder in smoothies for the kids they don’t even know it’s in there.

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  22. Anita Bellefeuille Post author

    I think I would add some fresh ground black pepper to this recipe it will help with the absorption of the nutrients in both of these ingredients.

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  23. Doran_jetsetter Post author

    I have a huge Moringa tree in my backyard and didn’t even know what it was till recently πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ

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  24. Mellie Chavez Post author

    I started taking Moringa just to see if they worked (pills) I did notice a slight change but I didn't know just how much it was helping me until I stopped taking it. I have been so depressed for many years and nothing seems to work for me. I am so tired of taking pills I just wanted to stop! I did and I noticed a big change come over me. What I thought was helping me was the new pills my Dr. had changed for me. That wasn't the case, it turns out that Moringa is and has been used for depression for many years! I never knew this. My doctor asked me when I started using Moringa and it was the same time he changed to the new pills. So when I stopped with the Moringa the most horrible symptoms came back. I am slowly stopping my depression pills and just want to take the Moringa. They have so many side effects that I feel I can't go wrong with Moringa. I hope it works for me.

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  25. Trini2deebone Islandgyrl Post author

    Great video…so many natural medicinal choices out there yet the pharmaceutical companies pumps out so many pills that can cause more harm than good.

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  26. sebastian langley Post author

    Since ginger is a diuretic i can touch it, i suffer with dehydration so bad (even though i drink plenty.) The same with garlic.

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  27. Suzie Maxilus Post author

    I make my own moringa and ginger power. Best thing I've ever done.
    The tea tastes vet good.
    Energy, clarity, great GI fucntion, etc. I love it.

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  28. Rachel Lee Post author

    Can anybody help me with how much 10 green moringa leaves in grams or ounces?
    I only could find moringa in powder at Amazon

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  29. lalidakshin Post author

    In tamilnadu,india we r having moringa tree in every home.we put this leaves in sambar and make as porial also.very tasty.very gud for neuro pblm patients.

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  30. lalidakshin Post author

    Most of the things like this we r having in our state tamilnadu india very naturally in food.our medicine is in our daily foods.no more additional medicines we use to cure our pblms. Its all in our food habits

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  31. Ruba Khan Post author

    Can i use moringa powder instead of leaves bcoz it not available at my place n many of them dnt even know what is moringa so plz plz reply with best solution n i want to loose weight n i have magrine to so if possible plz ans me plzz πŸ˜“πŸ˜“

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  32. Tina tankersley Post author

    I live in Tampa Florida and I think I have it in my yard?? Hope I don't poison myself??

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  33. Heykal Jung Post author

    Hi, may I hv an references of that's researches? Coz I'm doing some research too bout moringga but I don't get so much info about moringa leaves..

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  34. AM BLESSED. AMEN Post author

    Now the whites have stolen our trophy.everything comes from Africa , they come and steal the idea.and Make money out of it.

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  35. Happiness Peyama Post author

    OK so if we don't have the leaves but do have powder…how much of the powder should we use??

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  36. Lyn Bernard Post author

    The Caribbean grows moringa also. I have ginger powder and organic moringa. I am starting it tomorrow. I have high blood pressure. So going to give this a try

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  37. Jeannie Cotton Post author

    Only 10 leaves of Moringa and 85 grams of ginger?? That's not very much Moringa at all, and that's a LOT of ginger…

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  38. jo beth. rico Post author

    Gosh u people or ancestors has been using these leaves for years and never measured it 10 leaves five leaves dah 2 – 3 tea bags can give u a a cup of tea and won't die u take too much and u will crap more and the ginger will balance it out . you not baking a πŸŽ‚ . Do we measure every thing in the kitchen come on people quit that mess !

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  39. John Paddy Post author

    Leave out the Ginger. Moringa needs NO addition. Moringa is a Complete Nutrient. You can live on Moringa. You cannot live on ginger. This is Nonsense.

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  40. Rosie C Post author

    Hi I don’t have Moringa leaves can I use mornings powder &if I can how much can I use. The cover of ur video shows powder ginger& mornings. But u talk about fresh ginger & moringa leaves I find it’s not the same plsssss if it is fresh ginger & moringa leave 7 should show it not the powder

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  41. M Brenski Post author

    I think this would have been more helpful if she used tea spoonfuls or table spoonfuls or maybe 50/50 or something like this.
    I am just now going to try maringa , I hopes it helps

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  42. Maria Jardim Post author

    Not everyone has morninga leaves. Please help us with recipe with the powder. Thank you for your videos

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  43. Azoz Boj Post author

    Moringa with green tea is good for reducing blood sugar from my experience, it reduce sugar 30 degree of sugar mlg when i put a small spoon of tea …… i will try Moringa with ginger and green tea i will see how blood sugar will be reduced .

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  44. Liz Robinson Post author

    What nk if you do not have the leaves? How much powder do you use of the moringa and ginger powder?

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  45. Maya23 PP Post author

    I been taking these for 6 months and i love it. This is my vitamins and medicines and no plan to quit drinking it everyday.

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  46. ekholm family Post author

    Moringa grows like weeds in my country, Philippines. I grew up in a poor family and we would make moringa soup poured on our rice. We eat a lot of moringa and ginger. We grow them in our backyard all year round.

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  47. Paulina Oppong Kesewah Post author

    And also in many countries in Africa not only in india. I'm from Ghana and you can find moringa trees everywhere.

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  48. Paulina Oppong Kesewah Post author

    And you can also blend the fresh moringa and the ginger, and it's combo ( powerful )

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