Moringa Oleifera was used in folklore medicine for the treatment of rheumatic and articulatory pain. With good reason, Moringa has anti-inflammatory properties and as an added benefit, reduces build up of fluid under the skin (edema).
A study was conducted to test the Anti-Inflammatory activity of Moringa Oleifera based on 46 antioxidants and 36 anti-inflammatory compounds that all naturally are present in the Moringa plant.
The results showed that the crude extract of the dried Moringa seed, roots, and leaves each effectively reduced edema and demonstrated its powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
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