Moringa Chicken Soup

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It’s okay to cheat on this one. If you don’t have the time to cook from scratch, you can simply add fresh Moringa leaves to your favorite canned soup after you heat it according to directions. Homemade or not, Moringa makes it nutritious and delicious. Just add fresh leaves right before serving.

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Moringa Scrambled Eggs

Moringa scrambled eggs

INGREDIENTS:

  • Eggs, well beaten 
  • Freshly picked Moringa Oleifera leaves 
  • Olive oil and/or butter
  • Minced fresh garlic cloves or garlic salt
  • Sea salt and/or other spices you like 

Add the Moringa leaves right before you are ready to eat your scrambled eggs, so there is very little heat applied to them. As soon as the Moringa leaves turn bright green, and wilt a bit  your dish will be ready. Enjoy! 

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Moringa Omelette

Moringa omelette

INGREDIENTS:

  • Eggs 
  • Freshly picked Moringa Oleifera leaves 
  • Sauteed onions and mushrooms
  • Fresh, diced tomatoes
  • Olive oil and/or butter
  • Minced fresh garlic cloves or garlic salt
  • Sea salt and/or other spices you like 

Add fresh Moringa leaves, however many you like, right before serving your omelette. Enjoy!

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Moringa Pizza

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INGREDIENTS:

  • Wholegrain crust or wholegrain flat tortilla 
  • Spaghetti sauce
  • Chopped onions and chopped spinach
  • Freshly picked Moringa Oleifera leaves – lots 
  • Queso, mozzarella or other cheese of your choice
  • Minced fresh garlic or garlic salt 
  • Olive oil for drizzling 

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Be sure to cover the crust with sauce to about 1/4 – 1/2 inch from the edge. Add your other ingredients. Choose as many Moringa leaves for your pizza as you like. Bake pizza until cheese melts and crust is light brown. Enjoy!

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Moringa Tree – the incredible energy boosting, nutrient dense, superfood

Moringa Oleifera is an incredible energy boosting, nutrient dense, weight loss and antioxidant superfood.

It has all essential amino acids, beneficial fats and omega oils, rich amounts of calcium, iron and many other vital minerals, as well as a wide variety and copious amounts of vitamins, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory substances but very few calories to it.

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It’s Tea Time – Healing Herbal Teas

Healing Herbal Teas

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Amla the Powerhouse of Health Benefits

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You can get it here: http://www.weh.net/indian-gooseberry-amla-powder/

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Indian Gooseberry

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The Indian Gooseberry, or Amla,  is considered a sacred tree in its native India. The fruit is sour, but very nourishing. It is consumed for its health benefits both dried and as fresh fruit. Amla provides remedies for many diseases. It is extremely rich in Vitamin C, and contains many minerals and vitamins like Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Carotene and Vitamin B Complex. Amla is a powerful antioxidant agent as well, which makes gooseberries a powerful tool against a variety of conditions, including various types of cancer.

Health benefits of Amla include:

  • Hair care: it strengthens the roots of hair, maintains color, and improves luster, has been shown to reduce hair loss and baldness.
  • Eye Care: Gooseberry with honey is good for improving eyesight, studies have shown it to improve nearsightedness and cataracts, while reducing intra-ocular tension.
  • Calcium Absorption: a less discussed benefits of Amla is how it helps the body absorb Calcium, an essential component of our bones, teeth, and nails, and beautiful lustrous hair.
  • Menstrual Cramps: consume Alma on a regular basis and the minerals and vitamins accrue in the body to help prevent menstrual cramps every month for women.
  • Diabetes: contains chromium, which has therapeutic value for diabetic patients, Indian Gooseberry stimulates the secretion of the hormone insulin, thereby reducing blood sugar in diabetic patients and keeping their body balanced and healthy. When blood sugar is reduced, glucose is also being used by the cells as functional energy, so the metabolism is stronger and you have more energy, without the plunges and spikes in blood sugar that are so dangerous. Chromium also enhances the effect of beta blockers used for heart health, by reducing the LDL cholesterol content of the body.
  • Diuretic Activity: very high in water, Amla is slightly diuretic, which helps the body eliminate unwanted toxins and excess levels of water, salts, and uric acid. It helps keeping kidneys healthy, and preventing urinary infections and uterine infections.
  • Digestion: very high in fiber, like most fruits, it helps food move through the bowels and keeps your bowel movements regular. Fiber can also bulk up loose stools and reduce diarrhea, stimulates the secretion of gastric and digestive juices, so nutrients are absorbed in an optimal way, plus you feel lighter and healthier. Preventing constipation can help protect from various gastrointestinal disorders, even colorectal cancer!
  • Heart Disease: strengthens the heart muscles so the heart pumps blood smoothly throughout the body, reduces excess cholesterol buildup, and therefore chances of atherosclerosis, or plaque buildup in the vessels and arteries, meaning it can reduce the chances of strokes and heart attacks. The iron content in Amla promotes  creation of new red blood cells, increasing circulation and the oxygenation of organs and cells for maximum regeneration of tissue, while keeping the blood vessels and arteries clean.
  • Infection: both antibacterial and astringent Indian Gooseberries protects the body against infection and improves the body’s immune response, a great source of vitamin C, with impressive antioxidant abilities to stimulate the immune system.
  • Improving Appetite: consume Gooseberry powder with butter and honey before a meal to improve appetite. It also helps balance nitrogen levels, thereby increasing weight in a healthy way.
  • Anti-Aging: Amla reduces free radicals in the body, which are associated with signs of aging like wrinkles and age spots.Indian Gooseberry, or Amla is also used as a remedy for fever, liver disorder, indigestion, anemia, urinary problems, respiratory problems, cerebral, gastric and cardiovascular illness. It lowers cholesterol levels, increases red blood cell production, and strengthens teeth and nails.Amla can mean big improvement in your health.

You can get it at:  http://www.weh.net/indian-gooseberry-amla-powder/

Healing Chamomile Poultice to Nix That Sore Throat

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Try a warm chamomile poultice to help relieve the pain of a sore throat.

Poultice: Mix 1 cup of dried chamomile flowers into 1 or 2 cups of boiling water, steep for 5 minutes, strain. Soak a clean towel or cloth in the tea, wring it out, and apply to the sore throat. Remove when the towel becomes cold. Repeat as often as necessary.

Rosemary for Healthy Hair and Scalp

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Rosemary is a well-known herb with its needle-like leaves, and aromatic scent. Most people know and love it in the kitchen, but did you know how valuable it is for healthy hair and scalp? Well, the secret is out. Here is a brief list of this wonderful herb’s uses and benefits to hair and scalp:

  • it gently cleanses hair due to the antibacterial quality of Rosemary
  •  increases shine
  • fights premature graying
  • stimulates and improves circulation to the scalp encouraging hair growth
  • relieves irritated, dry, flaky, dandruff scalps

Rosemary can be used fresh or dried. If you have an abundance of fresh rosemary, you can always dry it and save for later in a tight lid jar.

Rosemary Infusion

As simple as a cup of tea and oh so wonderful to use on your hair and scalp as a: cleansing rinse, treatment to increase shine, prevent those premature gray hairs, treat dandruff and scalp irritation.

Simply boil water, remove from heat and add your rosemary to the water. Allow
to steep for 15-30mins, then sift out the leaves. What’s left is wonderfully infused rosemary water.  Use externally on your hair and scalp. DO NOT RINSE OUT! As you rinse your hair and scalp, treat yourself to an invigorating scalp massage.

It’s going to be a good hair day.