Drumstick-Immune booster

Drumstick is the best advised, easily available & does not cost burden to your pocket in this hour of health crisis amidst COVID-19 pandemic. Drumstick (Moringa oleifera Lam) is a tropical perennial tree vegetable, belongs to family Moringaceae. Drumstick contains more than 90 nutrients and 46 types of antioxidants in it’s leaf and fruit helps in avoiding malnutrition, anaemia, tuberculosis, asthma, cold, bronchitis, functional sterility etc. Drumstick is one of those rare plant species whose seeds, flowers, leaves, and stems are edible and extremely nutritious. This nutrient-dense plant has its roots in Ayurveda and was used as a medicine by our ancestors. It is grandmother’s recipe for all occasions. It is a staple vegetable in Southern India and is also widely consumed in other states. Every part of the tree has medicinal value, which is well documented in Ayurveda.

Improves Immunity

It contains vitamin C, which is responsible for strengthening the immune system. It is advised to consume daily in this hour of health crisis.

Good for diabetics
The vitamins and minerals present in drumstick stem help in maintaining an optimum blood-glucose level. It is recommended for people with diabetes.

Reduces pimple, improves hair growth

It is rich in vitamin B, vitamin A, folic acid and other nutrients which will help you in achieving a flawless skin and lustrous hair. It is a blood purifier which helps in flushing out all the impurities present in your blood. It improves skin complexion and stops pimples

Keeps your heart healthy

It is known to keep the blood-pressure withing limits. Regular intake of drumstick leaves can help in keeping heart diseases at bay.


Stronger bones

Consumption of drumstick has also proven results in improving bone health due to the presence of an adequate amount of calcium and iron.

Drumstick (Moringa) leaf tea has a weight-loss effects as its consumption leads to energy production instead of fat storage. The leaves are low-fat and nutrient-dense and can easily be viewed as an alternative to high-calorie foods.

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