Moringa Oleifera Could Cure 5 Different Types of Cancer

moringaAccording to recent studies, the herb Moringa Oleifera could cure 5 different types of Cancer including Ovarian, Liver, Lung and Melanoma.

Moringa Oleifera, also called “Nebedaye”, which means “never die” in many African languages, is a tree that is native to Northern India and can be found spread across Asia and Africa.

The Moringa plant was first described around 2000 BC as a medicinal herb. It is also known as The Miracle Tree, Horseradish Tree, Drumstick Tree, Marango, Mlonge, Mulangay, Malungay, Malunggay, Saijhan, Shevaga, Sajna, Kamungay, and Mother’s Best Friend.

Throughout history moringa has been used as a medicine for a variety of cultures and civilisations that existed in the same area that the plant grew, including ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. It has been used for a variety of reasons due to it’s diverse healing properties, including being anti-fungal and anti-diabetic.

Most people don’t know that moringa is an effective and safe anti-carcinogen. It contains a variety of cancer fighting compounds, including isoquercetin, kaempferol and rhamnetin.

There is also recent evidence which suggests that moringa is effective at fighting specific cancers such as liver cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer.

Although moringa is still far from being a verified cure for cancer, it is important to note it’s anti-carcinogenic activities so it can be further studied. Medical developers in Saudi Arabia are already working on moringa-based medicines for cancer.

Although moringa is being cultivated on a large scale throughout Asia, Africa, the Caribbeans and Central America, moringa is still cultivated mostly in it’s native country of India.





Please note that the Little Fighters Cancer Trust shares information regarding various types of cancer treatments on this blog merely for informational use.

LFCT does not endorse or promote any specific cancer treatments – we believe that the public should be informed but that the option is theirs to take as to what treatments are to be used.

Always consult your medical practitioner prior to taking any other medication, natural or otherwise.




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This is a blog about CHILDHOOD CANCER and CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS Little Fighters Cancer Trust is a non-profit organisation that offers support and aid to Children with Cancer and their families. When a child is diagnosed with cancer it affects the whole family. One of the parents, usually the mother, must give up their job to care for the child and this creates financial problems for the family. In South Africa especially the majority of these families are not well-to-do; many of them are rural. A diagnosis of cancer can wipe out any family’s finances, let alone a poor family. The costs of special medications, special diets, hospital stays, transport to and from the hospital or clinic and accommodation and food costs for the mother who spends most of the time at her child’s bedside are astronomical. These are the people and problems that fall through the cracks, and these are the people that Little Fighters Cancer Trust has pledged to help in any way possible. LFCT takes a holistic approach to assisting the Children with Cancer and their Families, with the main aim to be the preservation of individual dignity and pride. Little Fighters Cancer Trust also focuses on promotion and advocacy of National Childhood Cancer Awareness in an effort to increase awareness of Early Warning Signs of Childhood Cancer. This would result in earlier diagnosis, giving the Child with Cancer more of a chance at Treatment and Survival. See "About" for more Background info

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