How to Prepare Moringa Juice at Home?

The best way to eat Moringa is to drink Moringa! 

This is the most common phrase among Moringa users, affirming the magical effects of the different flavored Moringa products available on the free market today. Compared to the most widely distributed carbonated drinks and energy beverages available right now, Moringa juice is safe, natural, free of preservatives, all-green and supplies an unrivaled chunk of the body's nutritional needs. 

Moringa Juice

Moringa Juice has been an essential drink in the Ayurveda system of medicine for centuries, prepared in different fruit flavors, and regarded as a better delivery medium for herbal powders. It is labeled as 'Magical green drink' in some herbal product stores in Africa and sold cheaply in the local market stores. It is not uncommon to see various family units produce a subsistence store of Moringa juice in Sub-Saharan Africa, preserved and considered the herbal drink of first choice to treat different mild ailments. 

Moringa juice is mixed with different herbs of wild origin by the Yoruba people of Southwest Nigeria and used in the traditional care of the newborn. This concoction is dubbed 'Àgbo' by this tribe.  In parts of Asia, Moringa is considered an instant remedy for fatigue, as it releases an unusual burst of energy a few minutes after consumption. Vegans with interest in herbal products prefer a combination of Moringa juice and the vegan-styled meat alternative when compared with other non-animal meals. 

How to Prepare Moringa Juice At Home 

Moringa juices are generally prepared at industrial level for mass consumption. However, the procedure to convert moringa leaves into juice is a simple one. If you are interested in customized preparation of juice or to set up a small unit, this process can help you.

Ingredients: freshly harvested Moringa leaves, mortal, water, juicer, strainer, raw honey (optional), lemon juice (optional), and flavoring agents as desired. 

Step 1:

Gather a handful of freshly harvested Moringa leaves. It is advisable to collect the fresh matured leaves during season of active growth, as the phytochemicals are better developed and produced in abundant deposits in the leaves. Avoid harvesting the dried, overly grown yellow leaves. 

Step 2:

Wash the leaves in water, and be sure to remove any dirt or leaf bugs present on the Moringa leaf bulk. If you can wash with hot water for a couple of minutes, it will further improve the quality of the end product.

Step 3:

Using a mortal, slightly pound the Moringa leaves until they are soft and a little bit juicy. You can add a few Moringa stalk as it contains nutritious fiber. 

Be sure to avoid contamination of the Moringa leaves at this stage. 

Step 4:

Add water to the Moringa leaf pulp. The volume of water added should not be in excess to avoid undue dilution of the pulp. Water volume should be just enough to allow the smooth running of the Juicer. 

Step 5:

Run the Moringa pulp and water mixture through the Juicer until a smooth consistency is achieved. At this point, transfer the juice into a container and run it through the strainer. Retain the filtrate and discard the residue present on the sieve. 

Step 6:

Transfer the Moringa juice into a glass cup and add organic honey and a tint of lemon juice. The addition of organic honey and lemon is optional; however, these ingredients mask the slightly odd taste of the Moringa juice and make it more presentable especially in children. 

Step 7: 

Add flavoring agents and sweeteners to your Moringa juice as desired. And yes, your juice is ready. Store at a low temperature and keep away from heat and sunlight for its long life. 

Benefits of Moringa Juice

An instant energy booster

Moringa juice is considered an instant source of energy, and it releases a burst of ATP on consumption. Independent research into the nutritional facts of Moringa juice revealed that Moringa releases about 128 kj of energy per a 10 g serving {1}. This makes Moringa juice an adequate 'energy drink' for active people and fatigued humans. 

Treating stomach Hyperacidity

Over-secretion of acid in the stomach and infection with bacteria (Helicobacter pylori) is the general cause of stomach ulcers and gastrointestinal disturbance. A regimen of Moringa oleifera juice neutralizes the excess acid and affect its antibacterial properties on microorganisms present. This immediate effect on stomach acidity makes Moringa oleifera juice a cheap and readily available alternative to the relatively expensive anti-ulcer medications of modern medicine. 

In essence, Moringa juice is the 'herbal antacid' from the Moringa tree. 

Improves bone growth and builds up immunity

The ability of Moringa oleifera extracts to fortify the human immune system has long been proven by scientific inquiries into the oleifera tree. This is the basis of using Moringa juice to formulate herbal concoctions in West Africa.  

About 200mg of calcium is present in a 10g serving of Moringa juice. Calcium is needed by the body to form healthy bone and teeth. Moringa provides a natural source of calcium, and its herbal origin allows the body to extract this nutrient and use it without any major side effects. 

Other medical benefits of Moringa juice include

● It promotes healthy metabolism 

● It relieves joint inflammation and helps to manage Arthritis 

● It is an effective drink for diabetics

● It promotes hair growth and rejuvenates the skin by removing impurities and maintaining skin natural color 

● It improves cognitive function with an anti-oxidation effect on the neural cells. 

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