14 Dec Herbs For Respiratory Health – Moringa, Black Mulberry & Liquorice
Lungs are vital organs of the body that helps you to stay healthy and alive. Almost every cell of the body demands a certain amount of oxygen for their normal functioning and also for survival. In response, the lungs regulate the oxygen-rich air and expel the carbon dioxide from the body. Now we are living in a world where the air is polluted or not clean even food is also not pure. As a result, there are numerous diseases continuously threatening our health.
Let’s have a 5-minute read about the best Herbs for the Respiratory System & its health.
What is Moringa?
Moringa Oleifera (Drum Stick Tea) is a large tree, native to Sub Continent, Pakistan, India but is also cultivated in other parts of Asia, Africa and South America. Known as Drum stick tree, but in Pakistan, it is famous as (Sohanjna). Nearly all portions of this tree are edible and are used in traditional herbal prescriptions. Specifically the leaves and pods of this herb, which are used as food in parts of India and Africa. Moringa tea is also consumed as a nutritious drink.
Benefits of Moringa for Respiratory Health
Moringa amazingly reduces breathing and asthmatic problems by reducing the inflammation of the lungs.
Bronchitis is an inflammation in which the bronchial tubes become inflamed. In response, our body produces mucus to fight against inflammation. Moreover, extreme air pollution and Smog force your body to make more and more mucus. The anti-inflammatory properties of Moringa help reduce both, inflammation and mucus.
Being a Super-food, loaded with nutrients, antioxidants and amino acids,s Moringa helps boost immunity, hence shielding against Flu, cough and cold.
Is Moringa helpful for Asthma?
A Study conducted in Gujrat, Ahmed Abad, revealed the miraculous effects of Moringa Oleifera on the patients suffering from bronchial asthma, with no adverse side effects. Symptoms of bronchial asthma; dyspnea, wheezing, chest tightness & cough were found reduced significantly.
Further, the study revealed, that Moringa improves the FVC (Forced Vital capacity) of Lungs significantly. Forced vital volume is a barometer of how fast one can breathe in & breathe out.
Black Mulberry & Its Benefits
Black mulberries are also known as “Morus nigra” is well recognized for their anti-inflammatory properties.
Black Mulberry is a sweet fruit. They play a vital role in the food industry because of their high levels of bioactive agents. Black Mulberry fruits can differ in terms of their chemical structure and antioxidant properties). For this reason, mulberries are considered a rich source of nutrients and antioxidant compounds (especially anthocyanins and polyphenols) and they can also provide nutritionally useful amounts of minerals.
The total flavonoids in black mulberry are:
Anthocyanins, cyanidin-3-O-glucoside and also cyaniding-3-O-rutinoside are mainly found in the black mulberry. These flavonoids play a vital role in reducing inflammation. Mulberry trees are rich in vitamins, minerals, and powerful plant compounds. Blackberries produce an amazing flavorful taste.
Black Mulberry covers a number of anti-inflammatory agents, including flavonoid antioxidants. According to research, the Black mulberry may fight against swelling and also oxidative stress, both of which may lead to linked with chronic diseases.
Studies in rats on high-fat intakes reveal that supplements from this leaf reduced inflammatory markers like C-reactive protein, as well as oxidative stress markers like superoxide dismutase.
Liquorice for Healthy Respiratory System
Liquorice root (Mulethi), also famous as (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) which is native to Asia, especially Pakistan and India, used for centuries as an anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial agent. According to the latest research, liquorice root helps to reduce inflammation and also combat viruses and bacteria. Liquorice plays a miraculous role against fungal infections and also relief from a sore throat and promote dental and oral health.
A study reveals that Glycyrrhizin (Mulethi) extract also improves the asthmatic condition. Specifically for modern asthma treatment. It also combats sore throat and strep throat especially after surgery or due to seasonal changes.
Because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, liquorice tea helps to treat upper respiratory conditions.
If you take Super-Blend of Moringa with black Mulberry and Licorice as a tea, you even can’t imagine how impressively they boost your immunity and detoxify the body against harmful bacteria’s and viruses.
Mountain Green Tea
The regular intake of green tea shows an anti-inflammatory effect and reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes and lungs cancer. Studies investigated the strong relation between mountain green tea and COPD (Chronic obstructive lungs disease).
There is truthful evidence about the effect of green tea on risks devolving around lungs cancer. Research reveals that consuming at least 5 cups of green tea means consuming a high amount of Phytoestrogen. Which is said to be a chemical found in green tea. It reduces the risk of lungs cancer development.
Moringa Tea With Black Mulberry & Liquorice
One of the convenient ways to get all these nutritious and multi medicinal botanicals; Moringa, Liquorice, & Black Mulberry, in a single cup of tea is Masood’s Moringa Black Mulberry Tea”, which is available in Pakistan.
It not also combat help your respiratory problem but strengthen the lungs to fight against certain bacteria’s and viruses. Loaded with Super-Food, Moringa, the delicious & nutritious tea also realize your nutritional values and help shield you against respiratory disease.