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Malunggay Moringa Capsules!

Malunggay Moringa! An Herb That Has Been Used For Generations in food and traditional medicine. Moringa Oleifera (leaf) also known as Malunggay in Tagalog in Filipino culture.

These herbal capsules can be used for mothers or for anyone who wants to increase more natural vitamins, minerals, proteins, and antioxidants into their lifestyle!

I remember when I first had my child. My mother would make me soup all the time. She said her mother did the same. It was passed down from generations to generations to help first time mothers during postpartum to increase breast milk production. In the Filipino culture this vitamin rich soup is known as Chicken Tinola. Tinola is traditionally cooked with wedges of unripe papaya and malunggay leaves also known as the herb moringa  (Malunggay's name comes from the Tagalog language in the Philippines and is also known for being native in the Philippines) These components make it a good source of nutrients. Not only was this soup yummy but it is also served for other occasions. That is when I researched and saw the benefits as a first time mom the nurtrients it provided for me. These capsules help aid in postpartum breast milk production while it contains many vitamins, minerals, proteins, and antioxidants. This natural supplement helps protect cells from damage. Harvested from the leaves, of the Moringa Oleifera tree, this natural supplement aids in protecting against oxidative damage and reducing inflammation while providing mothers or anybody looking to add more health benefits to their daily lifestyle. 

Only for Postpartum: Our Malunggay are to be used after giving birth. You should not consume these products during pregnancy.

Health Benefits:

  • Helps Improve Mood
  • Joint support
  • Helps Improve Sleep
  • Rich in antioxidants
  • Rich in Viatamin A
  • Improves Blood Circulation
  • Can Increase Breast Milk Production
  • and more..

Ingredients: Moringa Oleifera (leaf) also known as Malunggay in Tagalog in Filipino culture, (Cellulose (vegetable capsule)

Amount: 60 caps

Bruto weight: 51g (0.11lb)

Usage: As a dietary supplement take two (2) capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 min before a meal with an 8oz glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional

Caution: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. This website contains some general information about plants that have traditionally been used as remedies, foods and cosmetics. The information provided on this website and my newsletters is not intended to replace the advice and care of a medical practitioner. Please do not attempt to self-diagnose or medicate. Before using any of the items featured here it is strongly recommended that you check that it is appropriate to do so by consulting a medical practitioner. This is particularly important if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, have an existing medical condition and/or are taking prescription drugs. If symptoms persist then always seek professional medical advice.

Science behind this product

 Lactation and Breastmilk

Moringa (Moringa oleifera, Moringa pterygosperma) leaves contain vitamins, minerals, and essential amino acids as well as a number of glycosides. It has been used as a galactogogue in Asia,[] particularly in the Philippines where it is called malunggay. Small studies from the Philippines indicate that it might have some activity as a galactogogue in mothers of preterm infants by increasing maternal serum prolactin and milk volume.

Two meta-analyses by the same group analyzed the outcomes of 6 studies of Moringa olifera as a galactogogue. Two studies with 73 patients reported maternal serum prolactin levels and found that patients in the Moringa groups had a statistically significant average increase of 1950 mIU/L.

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Moringa efficacy

Various animal studies have assessed the general safety of moringa extracts and have demonstrated a very high degree of safety.

Moringa efficacy

Moringa possesses a wide range of medicinal and therapeutic properties through executing its potent anti-inflammatory activity, inhibiting the activation of NF-κB and PI3K/Akt pathways, mitigating oxidative stress by scavenging free radicals, and enhancing neuroprotective roles. In addition, Moringa can reduce the risk of cancer and modulate blood glucose. Therefore, Moringa provides the potential for the prevention or treatment of a series of chronic diseases.

Moringa and blood glucose

In conducted studies, moringa leaves have reduced glycemia without causing any adverse effects. The proposed mechanisms for reducing glycemia include inhibition of α-amylase and α-glucosidase activities, increased glucose uptake in the muscles and liver, inhibition of glucose uptake from the intestine, decreased gluconeogenesis in the liver, and increased insulin secretion and sensitivity.

Moringa and aging

Aqueous extract of moringa leaves (MOAE) was administered orally at a 200 mg/kg body weight dosage for 30 days. MOAE treatment showed a significant reduction in lipid peroxidation and lipofuscin pigmentation and elevated serotonin and antioxidant enzymes in the brains of treated groups of aged rats. The present result suggests the protective efficacy of moringa against age-related oxidative stress in the brain.
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