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  • 1. 300 NUTRIENTS OF MYMORINGO-ORGANICS Indias ancient tradition of ayurveda says the  Moringa oleifera prevent 300 diseases  There are over 18 Amino Acids ,46 antioxidants and 36 anti-inflammatory compounds all naturally  occurring in the Moringa plant.  It has one of the highest orac value of   157,600 µmol TE/100g. 
  • 2. It has outperformed  anti-oxidant super foods including acai,dark chocolate ,garlic & blueberries  in an orac test    Moringo super formula, you’ll get: 10 Essential vitamins 80+ Trace minerals
  • 3. 2 healing herbs 3 natural sources of fiber 19 Amino acids 46+ Anti oxidants, 36+Anti-inflammatories 90+NutrientsAll in just one serving a day! Or take this
  • 4. 2 capsules costs just 38/ rs only.. www.mymoringo.com/naga prasath nk mymoringo.com@gmail.comMoringo is a word derived from the Tree of life i.e. Moringa olifera & Joy of mountain-Oregano vulgare has been used to formulatenutritional supplements to provide complete well being to mankind.Our products are specially designed, keeping in view the highest standards of quality in thenutraceutical industry, available at great value. The ingredients used in the manufacturing process guarantee purity, potency, safety,stability, solubility, bio availability and organic herbs.
  • 5. Moringa oleifera, tree as "nutritional dynamite, Moringa oleifera, also known as clarifier tree,horseradish tree and drumstick tree, has beenused for centuries by people living in asia and many parts of Africa.Many refer to this tree as "nutritional dynamite," as it contains copious amounts of important nutrients like iron, calcium and Vitamin A.It also has hundreds of medicinal uses for both prevention and treatment. This may be due to its novel isothiocynate compounds [1], which is a class of phytochemicals.Reported Bioavailability of Whole Plant Minerals contained in Moringa leaves and pods
  • 6. .Moringa Oleifera, most nutrient rich plant discovered to date.I t contains Vitamins, minerals, supreme anti- oxidants, essential amino acids, plus other amazing ingredients. Nutritional powerhouse Moringa has gram for gram • 7 times the vitamin C in oranges • 4 times the vitamin A in carrots• 4 times the calcium in milk ( with no lactose ) • 3 times the potassium in bananas • 2 times the protein in yogurt • Calcium - Up to 8.79 times more bioavailable. • Chromium - Up to 25 times more bioavailable. • Copper - 1.85 time more retained in the liver.• Iron - 1.77 times more absorbed into blood. • Magnesium - Up to 2.20 times more bioavailable.
  • 7. • Manganese - 1.63 times more retained in the liver.• Molybdenum - 16.49 times more absorbed into blood. • Selenium - Up to 17.60 times the antioxidant effect.• Zinc - 6.46 times more absorbed into blood There are over 46 antioxidants and 36 anti- inflammatory compounds all naturally occurring in the Moringo plant. This is why many people prefer Moringa as the best natural source of anti-oxidants. Moringa contains the following antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds or compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory characteristics. 2 capsules costs just 38/ rs only.. www.mymoringo.com/naga prasath nk
  • 8. mymoringo.com@gmail.comAntioxidants Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin B (Choline), Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B6, Alanine, Alpha-Carotene, Arginine, Beta-Carotene, Beta-sitosterol, Caffeoylquinic Acid,
  • 9. Campesterol, Carotenoids, Chlorophyll, Chromium,Delta-5-Avenasterol,Delta-7-Avenasterol, Glutathione, Histidine,Indole Acetic Acid, Indoleacetonitrile, Kaempferal, Leucine, Lutein, Methionine, Myristic-Acid, Palmitic-Acid,
  • 10. Prolamine, Proline, Quercetin, Rutin, Selenium, Threonine, Tryptophan, Xanthins, Xanthophyll, Zeatin, Zeaxanthin, Zinc.Anti-inflammatory compounds Vitamin A, Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Vitamin C,
  • 11. Vitamin E, Arginine, Beta-sitosterol,Caffeoylquinic Acid, Calcium, Chlorophyll, Copper, Cystine, Omega 3, Omega 6, Omega 9, Fiber, Glutathione, Histidine,Indole Acetic Acid, Indoleacetonitrile, Isoleucine,
  • 12. Kaempferal, Leucine, Magnesium, Oleic-Acid,Phenylalanine, Potassium, Quercetin, Rutin, Selenium, Stigmasterol, Sulfur, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, Zeatin, Zinc.
  • 13. 2 capsules costs just 38/ rs only.. www.mymoringo.com/naga prasath nk mymoringo.com@gmail.com Amino Acids Amino acids are the building blocks of protein.Just as different letters of the alphabet are used to form different words, so are different amino acids used to build different proteins.The human body is capable of manufacturingonly 12 of the 20 different amino acids needed to build proteins used to grow, repair, and maintain cells. The other eight are known asessential amino acids because since the body cannot manufacture them, they must comefrom a person’s diet, usually red meat or dairy products.
  • 14. 8 Essential Amino Acids Here is a list of the complete range of naturally occurring amino acids found in Moringa and a brief explanation of why our bodies require them: • ISOLEUCINE• builds proteins and enzymes and it provides ingredients used to create other essential biochemical components in your body, some of which promote energy and stimulate the brain to keep you alert. • LEUCINE • works with isoleucine to build proteins and enzymes which enhance your body’s energy and alertness. • LYSINE• insures your body absorbs the right amount of calcium. It also helps form collagen used in your bone cartilage and connective tissues. And lysine aids in the production of
  • 15. antibodies, hormones, and enzymes. Recent studies have shown lysine improves the balance of nutrients that reduce viral growth. • METHIONINE • primarily supplies sulfur to your body. It is known to prevent hair, skin, and nail problems while lowering cholesterol levels as it increases your liver’s production of lecithin. Methionine reduces liver fat and protects the kidneys, which reduces bladder irritation. • PHENYLALAINE• produces the chemical needed to transmit signals between your nerve cells and your brain. It can help keep you alert, reduce your hunger pains, plus improve your memory and your mood. • THREONINE • is an important part of collagen, elastin, and enamel proteins. Not only does it assist metabolism, threonine helps prevent fat build- up in the liverwhile boosting your body’s digestive and intestinal tracts.
  • 16. • TRYPTOHYAN• supports your immune system, alleviates insomnia, reduces anxiety, depression, and the symptoms of migraine headaches. It also isbeneficial in decreasing the risk of artery and heart spasms as it works with lysine to reduce cholesterol levels. • VALINE • is important in promoting a sharp mind, coordinated muscles, and a calm mood.10 Non-Essential Amino Acids These non-essential amino acids, which canbe manufactured by your body with the help of proper nutrition, are also found abundantly in Moringa: • ALANINE •is important when it comes to building energy in your muscle tissue, brain, and central nervous system. It strengthens your immune system by producing antibodies. Alanine also helps in the healthy metabolism
  • 17. of sugars and organic acids in your body. • ARGININE• has been shown in studies to cause the release of the growth hormones considered crucial for optimal muscle growth and tissue repair. It also improves immune responses to bacteria, viruses, and tumor cells whilepromoting the healing of your body’s wounds. • ASPARTIC ACID• helps rid your body of ammonia createdby cellular waste. When the ammonia entersyour circulatory system it can act as a highly toxic substance which can damage yourcentral nervous system. Recent studies havealso shown that aspartic acid may decrease fatigue and increase endurance. • CYSTINE • functions as an antioxidant and is apowerful aid to the body in protecting against radiation and pollution. It can help slow the aging process, deactivate free radicals, and neutralize toxins. It also aids in protein
  • 18. synthesis and presents cellular change. It is necessary for the formation of new skin cells, which aids in the recovery from burns and surgical operations. • GLUTAMIC ACID • is food for the brain. It improves mental capacities, helps speed the healing of ulcers, reduces fatigue, and curbs your sugar cravings. • GLYCINE• promotes the release of oxygen required in the cell-making process. It is also important in the manufacturing of hormones responsible for a strong immune system. • HISTIDINE •is used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, allergies, ulcers, and anemia. A lack of histidine may lead to poor hearing. • SERINE • is important in storing glucose in the liver and muscles. Its antibodies help strengthen
  • 19. your bodys immune system. Plus, it synthesizes fatty acid sheaths around nerve fibers. • PROLINE •is extremely important for the proper function of your joints and tendons. It also helps maintain and strengthen heart muscles. • TRYROSINE • transmits nerve impulses to your brain. It helps overcome depression; improves memory; increases mental alertness; plus promotes the healthy functioning of the thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary glands. Chlorophyll "the blood of plants"chlorophyll could cure or ease acute infection ofthe respiratory tract and sinuses, chronic ulcers, and bad breath; it also accelerates wound healing and has been shown in animal studiesto nullify the cancer-inducing effects of a variety of environmental (including food) toxins. Other
  • 20. studies have shown that chlorophyll supports liver function and detoxification of the body.Benefits of Chlorophyll • Natural healer • Neutralizes toxins • Flushes toxins from the body • Purifies the liver • Removes heavy metals pollutants • Helps strengthen the immune system • Assists in building red blood cells • Rejuvenates at cellular level • Reduces the ph level in the body Phytonutrients Moringa, is loaded with phytonutrients;
  • 21. Some of the common classes of phytonutrients include: • Carotenoids • Flavonoids (Polyphenols), including Isoflavones (Phytoestrogens) • Inositol Phosphates (Phytates) • Lignans (Phytoestrogens) • Isothiocyanates and Indoles • Phenols and Cyclic Compounds • Saponins • Sulfides and Thiols • Terpenes • Polyphenols Polyphenolic compounds are natural components of a wide variety of plants; theyare also known as secondary plant metabolites.Food sources rich in polyphenols include onion, apple, tea, red wine, red grapes, grape juice, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries,
  • 22. cranberries, and certain nuts. The averagepolyphenol/ flavonoid intake in the U.S. has not been determined with precision, in large part, because there is presently no U.S. national food database for these compounds (USDA scientists and their colleagues are in theprocess of developing a database for foods rich in polyphenols). Scientists at the Food Composition Laboratory, Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center are currently developing new methodology for the accurate measurement of polyphenols in foods.Polyphenols can be classified as nonflavonoids and flavonoids. The flavonoids quercetin and catechins are the most extensively studied polyphenols relative to absorption and metabolism. • Nonflavonoids Sources • ellagic acid strawberries, blueberries, raspberries coumarins • Flavonoids Sources • anthocyanins Fruits • catechins tea, wine
  • 23. • flavanones citrus • flavones Fruits and vegetables • flavonols Fruits, vegetables, tea, wine • isoflavones soybeans The following are commonly proposed mechanisms by which phytonutrients mayprotect human health. More research is needed to firmly establish the mechanisms of action of the various phytochemicals. Phytonutrients may: • Serve as antioxidants • Enhance immune response • Enhance cell-to-cell communication • Alter estrogen metabolism • Convert to vitamin A (beta-carotene is metabolized to vitamin A) • Cause cancer cells to die (apoptosis) • Repair DNA damage caused by smoking and other toxic exposures
  • 24. • Detoxify carcinogens through the activation of the cytocrome P450 and phase II enzyme systems Fatty Acids Fats and oils in foods are made up of basic units called fatty acids. The oils and fats that people eat are nearly always mixtures of 3 types of fatty acids– monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, or saturated fats, with one type predominating. Two specific types of polyunsaturated fatty acids, linoleic (omega 6) and alpha-linolenic (omega 3), are called essential fatty acids (EFAs). They must be present in the diet in adequate amounts because they are literally essential to life andhealth. Seven critical functions of essential fats are:• Developing and maintaining gray matter in the brain • Achieving optimal growth• Maintaining the integrity of cell membranes
  • 25. • Keeping skin healthy • Proper visual development • Maintaining a healthy nervous system• Regulation of blood pressure, blood clotting and the body’s inflammatory response Omega-9, Oleic Acid is the One of the best types of fats is oleic acid (Omega-9). Omega 9, a monounsaturated oil (MUFA), is not anessential fatty acid as the body can synthesize it from other nutritional compounds that are consumed. It occurs naturally in greater quantities than any other fatty acid. Olive oil is about 75% oleic acid, Moringa Oliefera follows closely having about 73% oleic acid.(Oleifera is a Latin term meaning oil containing). Oleic acid comprises about 55% in Canola oil and about 20% in sunflower oil. Studies suggest that in countries with higher obesity prevalence,
  • 26. it is the shift from MUFA (such as olive oil) toPUFA (vegetable oils) that particularly appears to be associated with the risk of obesity. Omega 6, Linoleic AcidWith respect to fatty acids – balance appears tobe important. Human beings evolved on a diet with a ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs) of approximately 1:1.Western diets are woefully deficient in omega-3 fatty acids, and have excessive amounts ofomega-6 fatty acids with the ratio being 15:1 - 17:1 In todays world, cereals – mainly wheat, corn and rice – predominate, leading to a relative deficiency of omega 3 fats compared with omega 6 fats. This imbalance is worsened by the consumption of meat from intensively rearedanimals fed grain relatively rich in omega 6 fatsrather than wild plants with a high omega 3 fat content.
  • 27. Even farmed fish contain lower amounts of omega 3 than those living wild.The wide use of polyunsaturated oils (linoleic acid is the major polyunsaturated fatty acid in vegetable oils) also exaberates the ratio imbalance.Research shows the proper ratio of Omega- 6 to Omega-3 fatty acids is a key factor in preventing many of the modern chronicdiseases including coronary heart disease, cardiac arrhythmias, high blood pressure, some cancers, macular denegeration, inflammatory and auto-immune disorders.Bringing the fats into proper proportion mayactually relieve those conditions, as the right balance of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids enables the body to reduce inflammation,lower blood pressure, prevent irregular heartbeats and promote healthy blood flow. For a healthy balance, it is recommended that the ratio be less than 5:1 Omega 3, Alpha-linolenic Acid
  • 28. Over 2,000 scientific studies have demonstrated the wide range of problems associated with Omega-3 deficiencies.The American diet is almost devoid of Omega 3′s, as there are few sources of Omega 3 except for certain types of fish. In fact, researchers believe that about 60% ofAmericans are deficient in Omega-3 fatty acids, and about20% have so little that test methods cannot even detect any in their blood.Just as muscles are made of protein and bones are made of calcium, the human brain is more than 60% structural fat.But it’s not just any fat that our brains are madeof. It has to be certain types of fats, and we no longer eat these types of fats like we used to. Instead, we eat man-made trans-fats and excessive amounts of saturated fats andvegetable oils, all of which interfere which our body’s attempt to utilize the small amount of Omega-3 fats that it gets.
  • 29. A Purdue University study has showed that kids low in Omega-3 essential fatty acids aresignificantly more likely to be hyperactive, have learning disorders, and to display behavioral problems. According to Dr. Joseph Mercola, Omega- 3 deficiencies have also been tied to many conditions, including the following: allergies,arthritis, cancer, eczmea, diabetes, depression,dyslexia, eczema, heart diseaes, inflammatory diseases, memory problems, and violence.However, a recent British Medical Journalanalysis of nearly 100 studies of omega-3 fattyacids found mixed benefits. In most people they were beneficial, but not so for everyone. For those with congestive heart failure, chronic recurrent angina or evidencethat the heart is receiving insufficient blood flow,it may be prudent to avoid taking omega-3 fatty acids or eating foods that contain them, and they should talk to their doctor.
  • 30. Most nutritious plant discovered to date.While no one food gives us all the nutrition we need, Moringa Oleifera, comes closer than anything else. Moringa, with its 90 plus nutritionalcompounds, is the most nutrient rich plantdiscovered to date MORINGA is the perfect balanced, naturalcombination of zeatin, quercetin, beta-sitosterol, caffeoylquinic acid, and kaempferol, naturally found in Moringa Oleifera. Cytokinin & Zeatin Moringa contains a recently discovered cytokinin (plant hormones that induce cell division, growth, and delay aging of cells). A more natural way to support skin health by regenerating new skin cells without the dermabrasion and chemical peels of topical agents is with Cytokinins. Cytokinins are plant hormones that promote cellular growth and delay the aging process.
  • 31. Cytokinins stimulate cell division, delay theaging and destruction of tissues, protect against cell oxidation, and postpone cell death. Studies are now showing that the potent,protective, anti-aging effects of Cytokinins work the same way in human skin. When the diet includes these plant nutrients,the body as a whole can fight aging, starting at the cellular level. The most potent Cytokinin is Zeatin Zeatin, one of the compounds in Moringa, is a supreme anti-oxidant with powerful anti-aging properties.Zeatin slows the aging process by helping the body replace cells at a faster rate than theyage, giving a more youthful appearance to the skin. A 2004 study by Seneteck PLC shows that Zeatin does not interfere with the genetic control of cellular lifespan, that it promotesmaintenance of small cell size (key determinantof youthful skin), and prevents the accumulation
  • 32. of macromolecular damage in the cell. It was also found the Zeatin increases the activity of anti-oxidants to counter act the damage caused by free radicals during cellaging and protects healthy cells from the stress of daily life. Moringa has several thousand times more Zeatin than any other known plant. In 2004, consumers spent $44.6 billion on anti-aging products and services, with that amount expected to nearly double by 2009. Skin care products dominate the anti-aging retail market, controlling 52% of retail sales. The force behind this anti-aging boom is the routine of applying and reapplying topical agents. However, these topical remedies for saggingskin are not permanent as the skin regeneratesitself every 28 days, requiring continued use of topical agents to maintain their effectiveness.
  • 33. The cellular turnover cycle that was 28 days inyour youth expands to close to 35 days by your 40s. With new skin equaling younger-looking skin, the goal is to speed things up. A study conducted the University of Aarhus, Denmark, in 2004 evaluated the effects ofZeatin on cultured human skin fibroblasts over their life span in lab culture.The results showed that not only does Zeatin not interfere to with the genetic control ofcellular life span of a cell, but that it also helps promote small cell size, a key component to more youthful skin. Zeatin also helps with the structural and functional integrity of the cell, and preventsaccumulation of macromolecular damage in the cell. The study also found that Zeatin increases the activity of some antioxidant enzymescounteracting the free radical-induced oxidative damage incurred during cell aging.
  • 34. By preventing damage, antioxidants allow your skin to focus on building new collagen andother tasks (such as getting rid of old skin cells)that keep it looking young Found in most plants, Zeatin is more abundant in one plant than any other, Moringa Oleifera. Moringa Oleifera not only contains thousands of times more Zeatin than any other known plant, it is also the most nutritious plant discovered to date with over 90 nutritional compounds, including 46 antioxidants and 36 anti- inflammatories. Dr. Lydia Marero, of the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI), also believes Moringa could be the new anti-aging alternative. Dr. Marero says, "Because of its high contentof vitamins A, C, and E, which are very potentantioxidants, Moringa is a very good quencherof unstable free radicals that can react with the damage of molecules that cause aging".
  • 35. ZeatinA supreme antioxidant with powerful anti-agingproperties, zeatin is becoming more and moresought after. Zeatin defends cells against free radical damage and protects healthy cells during lifes stresses. The way it helps to slow the aging process is by helping the body replace dying cells more rapidly while fortifying living cells. It can also help promote normal brain and neuronal function and transmissions. So, itsno surprise zeatin is being tested for it positive effect on various conditions. Nowhere can you find a greater abundance of zeatin than in the Moringa plant. In fact, Moringa has several thousand times more zeatin than any other known plant. Quercetin The quercetin in Moringa is a vital flavonoidwith antioxidant properties. It is one of the best naturally occurring anti-inflammatory agents available, and is currently being tested at the
  • 36. Mayo Clinic in the treatment of certain types of conditions. Quercetin can improve the function of the body’s capillaries and connective tissues, alleviating bruising while promoting healthy veins and arteries. In addition, quercetin improves the body’s absorption of vitamin C and has anti-viral properties that minimize the symptoms of respiratory and sinus problems. This potent flavonoid also helps to maintainyour body’s collagen, which keeps skin firm and healthy. Beta-Sitosterol We all know someone with a cholesterol problem.Beta-sitosterol is the component in Moringa that can help. Because it’s part of the sterol family, beta- sitosterol’s structure is similar enough to that of cholesterol that it can trick the body into
  • 37. blocking “bad” cholesterol absorption from food. Beta-sitosterol also normalizes blood sugar, enhances the immune system, and acts as a supreme anti-inflammatory agent. Caffeoylquinic AcidMother Nature also provided caffeoylquinic acid and kaempferol to Moringa . Caffeoylquinic acid exhibits significant anti-inflammatory activity and kaempferol is proven to encourage health cell growth and function. COX-2 Inhibitors COX-2 is short for cyclooxygenase-2, one of the key enzymes that helps the body produce the inflammatory hormonelike compounds prostaglandins and cytokines. COX-2 is activated by injury and inflammation and is essential for fighting infections and healing injuries, but when the body producestoo much, the result is chronic inflammation and pain.
  • 38. Recent news of synthetic COX-2 inhibitors(ie Celebrex, Vioxx) and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) has not beengood news for consumers. In 2005, the Food and Drug Administration(FDA) advisory panel concluded that some well- known COX-2 inhibitor drugs significantly raise the risk of heart attack and stroke. The FDA issued safety concerns andadditionally noted that little is known about thelong-term safety of many other synthetic drugs taken for arthritis, pain and inflammation.There have also been new warnings about the short-term use of over-the-counter ibuprofen, aspirin and acetaminophen pain and anti- inflammatory drugs, because users run a greater risk of gastro- intestinal bleeding, liver and kidney damage and peptic ulcers. While synthetic COX-2 inhibitors and NSAIDS offer some relief, their benefits may be countered by dangerous side effects.
  • 39. "There are many problems that a simple pill cant or wont fix", says Sara Walker,Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Missouri. Synthetic medicines need to behandled with care, especially when considering whether the risks outweigh the pain relief they provide. When properly nourished, the human body is able to counter many of the daily aches andpains that life, exercise and age routinely bring. The Moringa Oleifera plant containstremendous phytonutrients that directly support the bodys efforts to inhibit and modulate enzymes that manifest joint pain and age or exercise induced aches and pains. The United States Department of Agriculture has studied and identified natural COX- 2 inhibitors such as caffeoylquinic acid, kaempherol and quercetin, all abundantly,placed by Mother Nature, in the Moringa plant. These natural compounds within the Moringa plant support a healthy, active lifestyle that
  • 40. enhance the bodys ability to relieve pain, inflammation and many other health concernsaffecting the bodys various systems. Moringas natural COX-2 inhibitors assist the body toselectively block the COX-2 enzyme, impeding the production of the chemical messengers (prostaglandins) that cause pain and swelling. Along with these natural COX-2 inhibitors andthanks to Mother Natures wisdom,Moringa also provides the body additional documented pain- relieving nutrients that include: arginine, beta-sitosterol, calcium, chlorophyll, copper, cystine,omega 3, omega 6, omega 9, fiber, glutathione, histidine, indole acetic acid, isoleucine, leucine, magnesium, oleic-acid, phenylalanine, potassium, rutin, selenium, stigmasterol, sulfur, thiamin, tryptophan, tyrosine, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol, delta- tocopherol, gamma-tocopherol), zeatin, and zinc. In addition, Moringas abundantly bio-active compounds, such as carotenoids, flavonoids and polyphenols have been researched regarding their ability to naturally reduce inflammation,
  • 41. promote joint and bone health and they havebeen found to be both effective and fast-acting.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ Oregano vulgareOregano vulgare -Oregano vulgare is a wonderful  perennial culinary as well as medicinal herb. Ithas long been recognized as one of the "functionalfood" for its nutritional, anti-oxidants and disease preventing properties. The herb, whose name means “Joy of themountains" in Greek, is native to the Mediterranean region. Contains 31 known anti-inflammatories, 28  antioxidants and four known potent COX-2  inhibitors.  Also it has  26 antiviral elements, 26 antifungal  elements , 41 antibacterial elements and  6 antiparasitic elements. With its 31 anti- inflammatories,
  • 42. Oregano has more of these compounds than any other herb in the USDA Phytochemical Database with a orac score of 175,295 µmol TE/100g Oregano vulgare is a wonderful perennial culinary as well as medicinal herb. It has longbeen recognized as one of the "functional food" for its nutritional, anti-oxidants and disease preventing properties. The herb, whose name means "delight of the mountains" in Greek, is native to the Mediterranean region. Botanically, the herb belongs to the mint(lamiaceae) family, of the genus; Origanum and is known scientifically as Origanum vulgare.The plant is a small shrub, growing up to 75 cm in height with multi-branched stems coveredwith small grayish-green oval leaves and small white or pink flowers.Oregano is a hardy, herbaceous perennial thatis native to southern Europe and has beennaturalized in North America, where it maybe found in old fields and roadsides in well-
  • 43. drained-to-dry, slightly alkaline soil in full sun. The shrubby plant is pleasant and minty- smelling with a slight, thyme-like taste. Oregano is slightly sprawling with dark green leaves that may grow from six inches to three feet in height.The Greeks gave us the name Oregano, whichis derived from oros and ganos, meaning "joyof the mountain," and those traveling throughGreece will find it covering the hillsides andscenting the summer air. The sweet, spicy scent was reputedly created by Aphrodite as a symbol of happiness, and both Greek and Roman bridal couples were crowned with garlands of Oregano (or wild marjoram, as it is sometimes called) to ensure happiness. Oregano plants were also placed in tombs to give peace to the departed spirits. The leaves have been used in herbal medicinefor thousands of years, with Theophrastus (370- 285 B.C.) recommending it to ease childbirth.
  • 44. Aristotle said it cured poisoning, and claimed that tortoises swallowing a snake would immediately eat Oregano as an antidote to prevent death. The Greeks used it in oils to massage into theskin to relieve pain, and the Egyptians used it to disinfect and heal wounds. Oregano was introduced into Europe in the Middle Ages to meet the demand for ladies nosegays and sweet bags, and for a curious use of preventing milk from curdling during thunderstorms. The pungently aromatic and warming herbwas prescribed by sixteenth- and seventeenth- century herbalists for improved digestion, as adiuretic, and as an antidote for venomous bites. Oregano is well known in Italian and Greek cuisines and has been used in salads, soups, sauces, and seasonings for meats and fish. The leaves contain volatile oils (includingcarvacrol and the powerful antiseptic, thymol), flavonoids, gallic acid and tannin.
  • 45. Oregano is particularly used widely in Greek and Italian cuisines. Its leaves havecharacteristic aromatic, warm, and slightly bitter taste. The intensity varies; however, good quality oregano is so strong that it almost numbs the tongue.There are many varieties of oregano cultivated across Europe but the influence of climate, season, and soil on the composition of the essential oils is greater than the difference between various species. Origanum heracleoticum is another Greek variety that is having characteristic sharp scent and flavor. Sweet marjoram(Origanum majorana) is one of close related species of oregano. Mexican oregano (Lippia graveolens) is adifferent from origanum species but related tothe verbena family of herbs. It is used in placeof oregano in many Central American regions.
  • 46. Oregano contains numerous phytonutrients - including thymoland rosmarinic acid - that have also been shown to function as potent antioxidants that can prevent oxygen-baseddamage to cell structures throughout the body. In laboratory studies, oregano has demonstrated stronger anti-oxidant capacity than either of the two synthetic anti-oxidants commonly added to processed food—BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) and BHA (butylated bydroxyanisole). Additionally, on a per gram fresh weight basis, oregano has demonstrated 42 times more antioxidant activity than apples, 30 times morethan potatoes, 12 times more than oranges and 4 times more than blueberries. Health benefits of Oregano • Oregano contains impressive list of plant derived chemical compounds that are known to have disease preventing and health promoting properties.
  • 47. • Oregano contains many health benefiting essential oils such as carvacrol, thymol, limonene, pinene, ocimene, and caryophyllene. The leaves and flowering stems of the • plant are strongly anti-septic, anti-spasmodic, carminative, cholagogue (help gall bladder secretion), diaphoretic (sweat production), expectorant, stimulant, and mildly tonic properties. Its decoction is taken by mouth for the treatment of colds, influenza, mild fevers, indigestion, stomach upsets and painful menstruation. • Thymol is also been found to have anti- bacterial, anti-fungal activities.• The herb is rich in poly-phenolic flavonoid anti-oxidants (vitamin A, carotenes, lutein, zea-xanthin and cryptoxanthin) and has been rated as one of the plant source with highest anti-oxidant activities. • These compounds help act as protective scavengers against oxygen-derived free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS)
  • 48. that play a role in aging and various disease process. • The active principles in the herb may increase the motility of the gastro-intestinal tract as well as increase the digestion power by increasing gastro-intestinal secretions. • This exotic herb is an excellent source of minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, and magnesium.• Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure caused by high sodium. • Manganese and copper are used by the body as co-factors for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase. Iron helps prevent anemia. • Magnesium, and calcium are important minerals for bone metabolism. • ++++++++++++++++ • Asphaltum • –Destroyer of weakness
  • 49. • • Botanical Name :- Asphaltum English Name :- Mineral Pitch• Shjlajit or Shilajeet is a celestial exudation (resin) which trickles out from high Himalayan range, it naturally contains fine mixture of seven metals like gold, sliver, iron, etc. • There is no disease on this earth that cannot be cured by judicial use of Shijajit. If you want to be strong and if you would like to feel and look lesser then your age then adopt Shilajit in your food. • • Shilajit(Asphaltum punjabinum)
  • 50. • a master herb, is a mineral compound with loads of health benefits. Its qualities are glorified tothe extent that it has been mentioned in the ancient scripts. It contains 85 types of different minerals. That is why it has been used in Ayurveda therapies from ages. Shiljait is very good to get rid of any kind of Weakness and improves sexual health to the best. Shilajeet is an exudates that ispressed out from layers of rock inthe mountains. It is composed ofhumus and organic plant material that has been compressed by layers of rock.
  • 51. Shilajeet is obtained from rocks in the Himalayan region. It is a form of mineral that drips from the cracks of the rocks during hot weather.It is decomposition of the plant matter in the rocks centuries before. The bio-transformed plant matter is extruded from the rocks by geothermal pressures. It is collected in raw form for further purification.Walking high in the Himalayan Mountains, athick rich paste oozing out from the rocks in the towering cliffs is Shilajeet. Shilajeet is the most important drug of Ayurvedic and folk- medicine systems. In the raw form it is a bituminous substance, which is a compact mass of
  • 52. vegetable organic matter composed of dark red gummy matrix.In the Ayurvedic texts it is called as silajatu or shilajatu, but is commonly known as Shilajeet. Its Sanskrit meaning is "conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness." Discovery of Shilajeet: Shilajeet has been used for thousands of years and for as many different health problems. It is listed as a healing agent in ancient Sanskrit writings and is used today in Ayurvedic health practices. The discovery is said to be made byHimalayan villagers observing large white
  • 53. monkeys migrate to the mountains in the warm summer months. The monkeys were seen to be chewing a semi-soft substance that flowed from between layers of rock.The villagers attributed the monkey’s great strength, longevity and wisdom to the substance. They began to consume it themselves andreported a broad spectrum of improvements in health. It seemed to give them more energy, relieve digestive problems, Increase sex drive, improve memory and cognition, improve diabetes, reduce allergies,improve the quality and quantity of life and it seemed to cure all diseases.
  • 54. Attributed Medicinal Properties / Healing Properties : Enlarge Prostate : Shilajeet has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda as an adjunct to a healthy prostate and urinary tract. It help maintain the balanced flow of testosterone & help maintain the urine’s flow. Urinary problems: Shilajeet is used in kidney function. It is effective in treating burning urine, incontinence of urine due to enlargedprostate or stone in the bladder or kidney. Increase sex drive:
  • 55. Shilajeet increases the core energyresponsible for sexual and spiritual power. The use of Shilajeet for renewing vitality. Diabetes:   High blood sugar is a growing (literally) health problem today. Millions of people around the world have some degree of high blood sugar and are progressing on to diabetes. Shilajeet has long been used for the prevention and treatment of diabetes in Ayurvedic medicine. Antioxidant: Antioxidants can safely neutralize a free radical without becoming a free radical them self. Shilajeet is a powerful antioxidant that hasthe added benefit of being able to cross the blood-brain barrier.
  • 56. Anti-inflammatory Shilajeet is a very powerful anti- inflammatory agent. It has been shown to reduce acute chemically induced edema by 77%. The antioxidant properties also help to prevent inflammation. Anemia Iron is required to make red blood cells.Shilajeet is a good source of trace minerals and contains iron.The fulvic acids help carry the iron into the body making it bio-available. Arthritis It literally means joint inflammation. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatoryproperties help to decrease and relieve joint inflammation and pain.
  • 57. The effects on the neurotransmitters in the brain also seem to help relieve joint pain. Cholesterol: Shilajeet was found to lower serum cholesterol, liver cholesterol, serum triglycerides and serum phospholipids in test subjects feed high cholesterol diet. Shilajeet amplifies the benefits of other herbs by enhancing their bio-availability. It helps transport nutrients deep into the tissue and removes deep-seated toxins.Shilajeet improves memory and the ability to handle stress. Shilajeet reduces recovery time in muscle, bone and nerve injuries. Shilajeetstimulates the immune system and reduces chronic fatigue. It is adaptogen (Rasayana) that helps to combat immune disorders, urinary tract
  • 58. disorders, nervous disorders and sexual dissatisfaction. It promotes strong bones and healsdamages muscle tissues, osteoarthritis and porous. What is Shilajit and How it is made ? Shilajit or Shilajatu is exudate of the mountain. Under the influence of scorching summerheat, a sticky resin like extract exudes from the hills and mountains, which solidifieswithin cracks and breaches to form shilajit. It needs to be essentially purified before internal use, as the ore comes laden with lot of impurities. Most commonly it is purified with triphala decoction. Shilajit is bitter and pungent in taste.
  • 59. Health benefits of Shilajit There is no disease (caused by vitiationof rasa-dhatu) in the world which does not get cured by the administration of shilajit (bitumen). It is an excellent rejuvenator to make thebody healthy (free from diseases) and firm. After curing the different types of chronic and painful diseases, obesity, diabetes mellitus and weakness, shilajit makes the body strong and lostorous. • Shilajit is best for all types of sexual problems such as Erectile dysfunction, pre-mature ejaculation, thin semen, reduction in sperm count & discharge of semen in urine. • Tests have shown it is an effective rejuvenator and has the capacity to inhibit the ageing process.
  • 60. • It detoxifies the body and has the potential to act as a strong catalytic agent.• Shiljait is a powerful brain tonic, boosts memory functions, raises immunity, strengthens the body and improves overall quality of life. • • It cures various health conditions like Kapha disorders, obesity, renal malfunctions, calculi, respiratory disorders, non-bleeding piles, anaemia, epilepsy, mania, odema, chronic skin disorders and even has anti-helminthic action. • • Being an aphrodisiac, it increases the libido and virility of men. It is also a cure for menstrual problems.
  • 61. • It cures cervical spondylitis, gout, • sciatica, pain in the lumbar region andknee joints, joint pain, Parkinson and all other types of pain. • • Very good remedy for cough, cold, rhinitis, coryza, asthma, bronchitis, weakness of lungs, tuberculosis, general weakness, weakness of bones, seminal diseases, diabetes.• It also promotes immunity power and can be taken by all men, women and even children to cure diseases. www.lovenaturalremedies.com/ shilajit.html ++++++++++++++++++++++
  • 62. Vitamin B12 a water-soluble vitamin necessary for energy production; for nervous system function as it is needed to produce myelin, the fatty substance that forms a protective sheath around nerves; for the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that helps with memory andlearning; for the synthesis of red blood cells; forproducing the genetic materials, DNA and RNA. It can help depression and give you energy. Most vitamin B12 comes from animal sourcefoods and is deficient in strict vegetarian diets. In a recent study, subjects taking methylcobalamin experience improved sleep quality and increased daytime alertness and concentration, and in some cases they also reported improved mood. Much of the benefit appears to be a result of methylcobalamins influence on melatonin secretion and resetting the biological clock.
  • 63. Specifically, methylcobalamin causes asignificant decrease in daytime melatonin levels while increasing nighttime levels. Trace Mineral complex – (Humic &Fulvic acid)Trace Mineral complex –(Humic &Fulvic acid)also called as Destroyer of weakness.Humicacid comes from humates that are found in rich organic soil. Humates are fossilised plant material originating from a period which pre–dates the dinosaurs. The humic acid is extracted fromcompressed, ancient plant matter in the form of Leonardite, a soft brown coal. This dark powder contains dense mineral components which characterize those ancient plants. Contains 84 Trace mineralsIt also contains the amino acids and manyof the other beneficial phytochemicals from that original plant matter.
  • 64. If you have ever put fertilizer on your yard, chances are it contained small amounts of humic acid. In fact, the word describing dark rich soil is humus which contains humic acid. Humic acidis absorbed by plants and helps in many ways.Humic acid comes from humates that are found in rich organic soil. Humates are fossilised plant material originating from a period which pre–dates the dinosaurs.The humic acid is extracted from compressed,ancient plant matter in the form of Leonardite, a soft brown coal. This dark powder containsdense mineral components which characterize those ancient plants. It also contains the amino acids and many of the other beneficial phytochemicals from that original plant matter. If you have ever putfertilizer on your yard, chances are it contained small amounts of humic acid.
  • 65. In fact, the word describing dark rich soil is humus which contains humic acid. Humic acidis absorbed by plants and helps in many ways. It contains all trace minerals actinium, aluminum, antimony, arsenic, astatine, barium, beryllium, bismuth, boron, bromine, cadmium, calcium, carbon,
  • 66. cerium, cesium, chlorine,chromium, cobalt, copper,dysprosium, erbium,europium, fluorine, francium,gadolinium, gallium,germanium, gold, hafnium, holmium,
  • 67. hydrogen, indium, iodine, iridium, iron,lanthanum, lead, lithium, lutetium,magnesium,manganese, mercury,molybdenum,neodymium,neptunium, nickel, niobium,
  • 68. nitrogen, osmium, oxygen, palladium, phosphorus, platinum, plutonium, polonium, potassium,praseodymium, protactinium, radium, rhenium, rhodium, rubidium, ruthenium, samarium,
  • 69. scandium, selenium, silicon, silver, sodium strontium, sulfur, tantalum, tellurium,terbiumthallium, thorium, thulium, tin, titanium, uranium, vanadium, wolfram,
  • 70. yttrium, ytterbium, zinc and zirconium. Humic acid is an excellent anti–oxidant and is a complex organic molecule. Humic and fulvic acids together contain a wide variety of trace minerals. Humic acid has been used for hundreds of years, by cultures around the globe, for a wide variety of traditional remedies. Humic acid helps the body in several ways at the cellular level including: • 1. Providing trace minerals • 2. Dilating the cell walls which helps to absorb water, oxygen, nutriants and release toxins• 3. Surrounding viruses so that they cannot reproduce • 4. Alerting the immune system to the presence of viruses so they may be removed.
  • 71. Piperine boasts health benefits too, is known forenhancing bioavailability and bioefficacy when used in combination with other ingredients. Research has shown that piperine increases the bioavailability of different drugs from 30 to 200%, while improving the absorption of many nutrients, including vitamin C, selenium, beta-carotene, vitamin A, vitamin B6 and coenzyme . However, in one study, while piperine was shown to increase the bioavailability of curcumin by almost ten-fold, nanoparticleencapsulation improved oral bioavailability even more. Vitamin C acts as a preservative and antioxidant capacities. Increasing the amount of Vitamin C in the extract helps increase the concentration of glutathione cofactors in the body.
  • 72. These cofactors are essential for the Moringa to up-regulate this antioxidant pathway. Health Benefits of Moringo• Increased physical energy - Tune your body up with naturally occurring nutrients to make your energy last longer • Mental and emotional balance - Moringa oleiferas amazingly powerful nutrient compounds help restore stability to the chemicals that govern our thoughts and emotions. • You have to experience it to appreciate it!
  • 73. • Faster recovery - Moringa oleiferas complete amino profile, along with dozens of vitamins and minerals, makes it a perfect recovery food after grueling workouts and physical strain. • Nutrient-dense mothers milk - Increased iron, potassium, Vitamins A, B, C, E, and dozens of other important nutrients are all readily absorbed from Moringa oleifera and transferred from mothers milk to the growing newborn.• No wonder Moringa is called Mothers Best Friend in cultures across Africa! • Healthy blood sugar levels - antioxidants and unique regulating compounds help control blood sugar and keep the blood free of unhealthy substances. • Promotes healthy digestion - treats simple gastrointestinal and stomach problems. It is excellent for easing nausea, stomach upsets, indigestion, and flatulence and is also thought to improve gallbladder disorders.• As an effective diuretic - cleansing the body of toxins through the skin and reducing fevers.
  • 74. • This is especially effective for relieving the symptoms of colds and flu. • Supports synthesis and function of nerve tissue - Nerve Tissues such as Myelin Benefit from Methylcobalamin. Helps To Rebuild, Restore, Repair, Maintain, and Heal Important Nerve Tissues. • Boosts metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins - Participates in Energy Producing Pathways. Plus, Supports Conditions of Sprue. • Aids in control of pernicious anemia and Formation of Red Blood Cells. • Supports a healthy nervous system. • Lifts mood • Improves mental clarity • Supports emotional balance • Supports healthy cardiovascular function • Reduces homocysteine • Increases stamina • Cuts risk of heart disease
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