MORINGA contains many powerful natural antioxidants that are readily absorbed by the body at the cellular level: Kempferol, Caffeolinic acid, Zeatin, Quercetin, Rutin, Beta-sitosterol, Chlorogenic acid, which reflect the true therapeutic value, eliminate free radicals through their absorption, help slow down and reduce problems such as oncotopology, cardiovascular disease, muscular dystrophy, and so on. development risk.

Powerful antioxidants in MORING protect liver cells from free radicals, inhibit lipid peroxidation processes, lower cholesterol and increase bile production.

The extracted moringa oil stimulates the body to produce glutathione C10H17N3O6S (the mother of all antioxidants). Glutathione is the most powerful antioxidant, a major free-radical “collector” of cells involved in liver cell metabolism. Decreased gluten levels in the body are a major factor in liver damage. This unique property of Moringa is explained by the fact that they contain the following phytochemical constituents – catechin, epicatechin, ferulic acid, as well as the vit of the complex. Group B and vit.S.

Clinical studies confirm the effectiveness of MORINGA in treating liver damage caused by long-term treatment with antibiotics, anticancer drugs and anti-tuberculosis drugs. Beneficial effect of MORINGA on the regeneration of liver cells, maintenance of its main functions and protection against the negative effects of toxins.

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