Moringa Oleifera, the miracle tree or also referred to as the drumstick tree, is a superfood with a variety of benefits for the human body. It is known to be rich in antioxidants, and its impressive overall nutritional value serves well all, but men in particular!

But how does this miraculous green support men's health?! Let's dive in!

  • It could improve fertility. - Just about 40% of infertility cases are seen to have been caused by men. Infertility is more commonly due to the lack of sperm production and sperm motility. Moringa leaves and seeds are packed with antioxidants that can prevent oxidative stress, that can impact sperm production.

  • May ease erectile dysfunction. - Moringa leaf powder can promote blood flow and improve the sexual function in both, men & women. Moringa leaf powder's antioxidant levels are incredibly high, helping reduce oxidative stress, which eliminates the dysfunction.
  • Can improve blood sugar control. - Type 2 diabetes is a common condition in men, this occurs when the body struggles to produce enough insulin, a hormone that lowers blood sugars. due to the harmful fats that get stored in the abdominal region, the effectiveness of insulin slows down. The moringa oleifera leaf powder may help reduce blood sugars after food consumption.
  • It promotes prostate health! - Compounds called Glucosinolates thrive within the moringa leaves and seeds. Studies have shown, this particular compound may inhibit the growth of prostate cancer cells.

Adding moringa to your daily routine might just be the fix you need to feel more energised! If you'd like to read more about The Moringa Tree, and its abundant universal benefits read our blog article about the whole plant!

You can buy our raw organic moringa oleifera powder & organic moringa capsules in UK and Australia.

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