Still deciding which herb, pill, or potion is best to help increase your breast milk supply?
If there was one milk-raising substance that contained more vitamin A than carrots, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more vitamin C than oranges, and more potassium than bananas, would you consider taking it?
What if this very same substance also contained better protein quality than that of milk and eggs?
Is it expensive? It’s cheap, in the good sense!
Rare? It’s abundant!
A regulated substance by the FDA? Fortunately not!
Needs a doctor’s prescription? Not even!
Can be gotten for free? Yes it’s possible!
Causes side effects and adverse reactions? Not unless you have a rare allergy to vegetables! (And I’m betting you’re not that kid allergic to broccoli, are you?)
A plant that grows wildly in hot tropical climates, Moringa oleifera, or Moringa in English, Malunggay in Tagalog, and Sajina in India is what you call this wonder herb.
It is so good at helping lactating mothers produce milk, even a malnourished mother from Africa can nurse her baby sufficiently on a regular diet of Moringa.
It can strengthen weak bones and establish normal amounts of iron in the blood. In other words, it serves the very same purpose of expensive iron and calcium tablets for 9 months of pregnancy and regularly after birth.
In a study conducted to determine the nutritional value of moringa, it has been concluded that ounce for ounce, it has the calcium of four glasses of milk, the vitamin C of seven oranges, and the potassium of three bananas.
If Pop-eye ate spinach, let’s just say that moringa has three times more iron that that, and seems to be more charmingly nutritious than olive oil. No offense, Miss Olive Oyl!
Moringa is also used in a process to make dirty water drinkable. Doctors use it to treat hypertension in India and diabetes in West Africa. It can halt the progress of certain skin infections, and it makes for an excellent fuel and fertilizer.
While Moringa and carrots are diamonds rich in roughage, Moringa has more beta carotene four times over, which is good for the eyes and effective against cancer. Way better than Bugs Bunny’s favorite treat!
If a regular diet made out of this lowly leaf could sustain starving mothers, babies, and families in Africa just as good as expensive multivitamins and whole milk powder can, what do you think it could do for you and your baby?
If there was no question in how it compares in quality and quantity, where would you rather hand over your hard earned money to?
I don’t know about you, but I sure could use the extra cash for our family groceries, insurance, and a college education plan instead.
And I’m sorry I don’t mean to offend the big pharmaceutical companies, but results of studies speak, and the truth is that most everything we need can be found in a free-growing, abundant wild plant.
Given all the above benefits (and you’re not that kid allergic to broccoli), Would you try Moringa today?