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Numa Nursery's Moringa Spice is formulated to promote digestion and give the taste buds a powerful blend of flavors all while providing the body with vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients.

 

The main ingredient in Numa Nursery's Moringa Spice is the moringa oleifera leaf powder, grown throughout the Tampa Bey area provided by the Moringa Growers Co-op.

 

100% Tampa Bay Moringa leaf powder.

 

Organically grown, harvested and packaged in Tampa Bay, Fl.

 

  • Raw. Vegan.

 

  • Air-dried in small batches.

 

  • No chemicals. No preservatives. 

 

  • No fillers. No coloring. 

 

  • Non-irradiated. 

 

  • Gluten Free. Sugar Free.

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    Each moringa tree is cared & maintained with the utmost respect and love for nature and all she provides.

     

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    Moringa leaves are naturally spicy in flavor! The moringa tree is also known as the horseradish tree because of its peppery taste. Moringa Spice moslty consists of local moringa leaf powder provided by The Moringa Grower's Co-op. 

     

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    Cayenne pepper has been used for a variety of ailments including heartburn, delirium, tremors, gout, paralysis, fever, dyspepsia, atonic dyspepsia, flatulence, sore throat, hemorrhoids, menorrhagia in women, nausea, tonsillitis, scarlet fever, and diphtheria.

     

    The health benefits of cayenne pepper

     

    1. Anti-Irritant Properties

    Cayenne has the ability to ease upset stomach, ulcers, sore throats, spasmodic and irritating coughs, and diarrhea.

    2. Clears Congestion

    Suffering from stuffed up sinuses due to cold, flu, or allergies? Cayenne pepper aids in breaking up and moving congested mucus.

    3. Anti-Fungal Properties

    In vitro tests have found that CAY-1, a compound found in cayenne peppers, effectively suppressed the development of 16 different fungal strains, while remaining completely non-toxic to animal cells.

    4. Migraine Headache Prevention

    This may be related to the pepper’s ability to stimulate a pain response in a different area of the body, thus diverting the brain’s attention to the new site. Following this initial pain reaction, the nerve fibers have a depleted substance P (the nerve’s pain chemical), and the perception of pain is lessened.

    5. Digestive Aid

    Cayenne is a well-known digestive aid. It stimulates the digestive tract, increasing the flow of enzyme production and gastric juices. This aids the body’s ability to metabolize food (and toxins). Cayenne pepper is also helpful for relieving intestinal gas. It stimulates intestinal peristaltic motion, aiding in both assimilation and elimination.

    6. Anti-Redness Properties

    Cayenne’s properties make it a great herb for many chronic and degenerative conditions.

    7. Helps Produce Saliva

    Cayenne stimulates the production of saliva, an important component of digestion and maintaining optimal oral health.

    8. Useful for Blood Clots

    Cayenne pepper helps reduce atherosclerosis, encourages fibrinolytic activity, and prevents factors that lead to the formation of blood clots, all of which can help reduce the chances of a heart attack or stroke.

    9. Detox Support

    Cayenne is a known circulatory stimulant. It increases the pulse of our lymphatic and digestive rhythms. By heating the body, the natural process of detoxification is streamlined. Cayenne also induces sweating—another important process of detoxification. Combined with lemon juice and honey, cayenne tea is an excellent morning beverage for total body detox.

    10. Joint Pain Relief

    Extremely high in a substance called capsaicin, cayenne pepper sends chemical messengers from the skin into the joint, offering relief for joint pain.

    11. Anti-Bacterial Properties

    Cayenne is an excellent preservative and has been used traditionally to prevent food contamination from bacteria.

    12. Promotes Longevity

    A study using data collected from almost half a million people found that people who eat spicy foods have a 14% chance of living longer than those that don’t. Researchers also found that regular consumption of chili peppers aligned with reduced rates of death from respiratory disease, heart problems, cancer.

    13. Supports Weight Loss

    Scientists at the Laval University in Quebec found that participants who took cayenne pepper for breakfast were found to have less appetite, leading to less caloric intake throughout the day. Cayenne is also a great metabolic booster and aids the body in burning excess fat.

    14. Promotes Heart Health

    Animal studies found that capsaicin reduced serious heart arrhythmias and improved cardiac blood flow.

    15. Remedy for Toothache

    When applied directly to the site, cayenne may help ease pain of a sore tooth.

    16. Topical Remedy

    As a poultice, cayenne has been used to treat snake bites, rheumatism, sores, wounds, and lumbago. More research is needed to determine it’s effectiveness.

     

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    Turmeric is probably the most valuable component of Moringa Spice, one of the organic components of turmeric is called curcumin. Researchers have connected curcumin to a reduction in plaque that free radicals deposit in the neural pathways of the brain. It stimulates the immune system to eliminate the amino acids that make up this plaque, thereby reducing cognitive decline.PreventionRecent research has suggested that increasing the amount of turmeric (and more importantly, its component of curcumin) can stimulate healthy activity in human saliva! The most promising signs of consumption of Moringa Spice containing turmeric decreasing digestive issues in the colon.

     

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    Paprika is one of the most popular spices used across various cuisines due to its flavour and colour. It is made by grounding chilli peppers, bell peppers and other dried peppers coming from the Capsicum Annum family. This spice originated from West Indies and South America and is majorly manufactured in Hungary, Spain, South America and California. The colour of the spice can vary from deep red to orange red, and is commonly sprinkled on dishes like goulash, pizzas, stir-fries, etc. It is also the national spice of Hungary.

    Paprika is primarily used to season and colour rice, soups and in the preparation of sausages. It also works as a stimulant and energizer as it helps in treating depression, lethargy, tiredness with many other health benefits that you will read below.

    Dr. Anshul Jai Bharat, a Delhi-based Nutritionist, says, “Paprika aids in weight loss since it comprises elements that boost better digestion and metabolism. Paprika increases body temperature and creates a thermogenic effect.”

    Benefits of Paprika

    Here are some incredible benefits of paprika -

    1. Helps in Healing Wounds
    Since it contains a good proportion of Vitamin E, paprika helps the body in producing red blood cells. It also helps in rapid wound healing. For instance, if you cut yourself, sprinkle some of the powder on the affected area and press gently with a clean cloth for few seconds.

     

    2. Treats Skin ProblemsPaprika is loaded with antibacterial properties that make it effective against any skin problem associated with bacterial infection, including acne.

     

    3. Supports Healthy Digestion
    Paprika promotes healthy digestion by increasing saliva and stomach acids, which help in breaking down food and making nutrients available for energy.

     

    4. Prevents Hair loss
    The iron found in paprika helps in the transfer of oxygen to hair follicles, which encourages hair growth by improving circulation to the scalp.

     

    5. Paprika Helps Maintain Hair Colour
    Vitamin B6 which is found in paprika aids in the production of melanin, a pigment that gives colour to hair. Sweet paprika powder with the combination of henna gives a reddish tint to the hair. But first test a small amount on your wrist before using on your entire head.

     

    6. Induces Sleep
    Vitamin B in paprika helps in the production of sleep hormone called melatonin which aids in maintaining a normal sleeping cycle. It also stimulates body’s serotonin and norepinephrine levels, which enable you to stay happy and stress free.

     

    7. Decreases the Risk of Heart attack
    Vitamin C in paprika provides protection against cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks, strokes etc. Since it comprises iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, they help in purifying blood and keep it the heart healthy.

     

    8. Anti-Inflammatory PropertiesPeople suffering from autoimmune and inflammatory diseases majorly benefit from anti-inflammatory properties found in paprika. It helps in curbing the swelling caused by arthritis, acnes, joint pain etc.

     

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    Health benefits of mustard include relief from muscular pains, psoriasis, ringworm, contact dermatitis and respiratory disorders. Since earlier times, different parts of the mustard plant have been proven beneficial in treating cancer, diabetes, and detoxification of the body. It has poison repelling qualities, exerts therapeutic effects on the nerves and helps maintain cardiac health. It promotes healthy skin and hair, lowers cholesterol and is a wonderful botanical for women during menopause.

     

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    Coriander, popularly known as dhania in India, is extensively used across various regional cuisines to flavour curries, stir fries, snacks, breakfast items – you name it! It is popular in Mexico and the south western part of USA too, where it is utilised in salsas and mixed greens to burritos and meat dishes. While the fresh leaves are commonly topped on most dishes, the seeds and a ground powder (masala) are also used in cooking. The leaves are often used raw and added to the dish just before serving as heat tends to lessen its flavour rapidly.Coriander is a flowering plant that belongs to the parsley family (leaves of coriander and parsley have comparative shape and size). It is said to have originated from South Europe, North Africa and West Asia. Coriander was also one of the numerous plants cultivated in the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. It was well known and regularly consumed in Ancient Egypt and Greece, and is still among the most popular flavour boosters used in preparing various dishes across the globe.Coriander seeds are plump and brown in colour, have a hollow cavity which bears essential oils that lend to the flavour of the dishes when used in cooking. They are harvested when the plant turns brown and its leaves start to dry and fall. Immature seeds are light green in colour and taste quite bitter. Apart from being a popular spicein the kitchen, coriander seeds are also known for their medicinal properties.

     

    1. Beautiful Skin
    According to a research done by the California University of Ayurveda, coriander seeds are quite effective in curing different skin ailments like eczema, itchy skin, rashes and inflammation as they have antiseptic properties. They are known to cure mouth ulcers and sores as well. The seeds contain linoleic acid that also has pain relieving properties to diminish irritation.

     

    2. Helps Tackle Diabetes

    Some ancient practises claim that regular usage of coriander seeds help in keeping a check on blood sugar. In a study published in The British Journal of Nutrition, it was found that the extracts from coriander seeds have certain compounds that when discharged into the blood caused anti-hyperglycaemic, insulin discharging and insulin like movement that held one's glucose levels within proper limits. 

     

    3. Facilitates Hair Growth
    Hair loss can come about because of debilitated hair follicles, hormonal imbalance and stress, in addition to an improper diet. Coriander seeds are known to prevent hair falland invigorate the roots for the development of new hair. They fortify the hair follicles and initiate further development, in this way keeping under control your hair fall issues.

     

    4. Better digestion

    According to Amol Ghosh, Clinical Tutor (Rtd) , N.R.S. Hospial, Kolkata, “Coriander seeds have anti-oxidant properties and dietary fiber that advance the healthy working of the liver and facilitate bowel moments. They help in the generation of digestivecompounds and juices that facilitate the procedure of digestion. In the event that you experience some indigestion, try and add coriander seeds in your diet. You will definitely notice a difference.”Dr Rupali Datta, Chief Nutritionist of SmartCooky says, "Coriander seeds add an extremely pleasant flavour to the food, and they help in the process of digestion. They are also good sources of fiber, phosphorus and calcium."

     

    5. Coriander Keeps a Check on Cholesterol
    Cholesterol levels or your lipid profiles are regularly a state of worry during check-ups. Furthermore, if you need to bring down your cholesterol levels and keep a check, coriander seeds could help you. According to Indrani Subramanian, Apollo Hospitals, Kolkata, “Coriander seeds contain a compound called coriandrin that controls the process of lipid digestion, as a result bringing down our cholesterol levels. As per Ayurveda, the seeds have potent effect on the way the body digests food and absorbs fat, making it a common recommendation to keep cholesterol levels under control.

     

    6. Cold and Flu
    Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that is crucial for a sound body and beautiful skin. Coriander seeds have numerous key vitamins like folic acid, vitamin A and beta-carotene, and most importantly, vitamin C. According to Madhavi Rathod of Vedic Healing, coriander leaves and seeds contain nearly 30% of the everyday suggested measure of vitamin C, which helps in combating the cold and flu.

     

    7. Prevents Menstrual Irregularities
    Women who suffer from heavy menstrual flow should include coriander seeds in their regular diet. Dr. Indrani Jana from Apollo Hospital, Kolkata says, “Coriander seeds contain natural stimulants that stimulate your endocrine glands to secrete and maintain proper hormonal balance, which ensures that the associated pain with the cycle is reduced, and excess flow is alleviated.” They also help prevent menstrual irregularities.

     

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    The health benefits of fenugreek include relief from anemia, loss of taste, fever, dandruff, stomach disorders, biliousness, respiratory disorders, mouth ulcers, sore throat, diabetes, inflammations, wounds, and insomnia. It is beneficial in lactation and helps in improving digestion, as well as in various hair care applications. It is also shown to reduce cholesterol levels and protect heart health, while simultaneously boosting the immune system and protecting you against flu and various infections.

     

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    Benefits of Ceylon cinnamon include potential for diabetes treatment.

    Cinnamon is considered as an alternative treatment for diabetes mellitus. In one study, Ceylon cinnamon brought insulin levels in diabetic rats to close to normal levels. Other studies support the idea that Ceylon cinnamon is useful for diabetes treatment.

     

    Ceylon cinnamon stimulates insulin-like activity. It reduces insulin resistance in the body. This helps glucose metabolize in the liver, according to research. Ceylon cinnamon is a promising treatment for people looking for alternatives to synthetic insulin therapy. To use cinnamon as an insulin stabilizer, at least 120 milligrams per day are recommended.

     

    Contains beneficial enzymes

    Ceylon cinnamon contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial effects. These properties mean Ceylon cinnamon supports your immune health. Ceylon cinnamon was part of a study that showed it enhanced antioxidant enzyme activity. This means it may prevent or treat certain types of illnesses and diseases.

     

    The anti-inflammatory property helps blood flow through the body and puts less strain on the heart.

     

    Research on Ceylon cinnamon dates back to 1975. The research concluded Ceylon cinnamon could help blood pressure. Weakening of the heart due to problems in the cardiovascular system often causes heart disease. Ceylon cinnamon supports cardiovascular function and contributes to healthy heart function.

     

    Cinnamon appears to improve how the brain responds to insulin. The metabolic effect also makes Ceylon cinnamon useful in neurological conditions, like Alzheimer’s disease, researchers theorize. Studies that show a connection between diabetes and Alzheimer's support the idea 

     

    Ceylon cinnamon may help control high blood glucose levels in the brain. Hyperglycemic episodes happen in people with diabetes mellitus. This can contribute to cognitive decline. Cinnamon’s properties help make sure blood glucose levels don’t rise too fast.

     

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    Dandelion is a very rich source of beta-carotene which we convert into vitamin A. This flowering plant is also rich in vitamin C, fiber, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus. It's a good place to get B complex vitamins, trace minerals, organic sodium, and even some vitamin D too. Dandelion also contains protein, more than spinach. It has been eaten for thousands of years as a food and as a medicine to treat anemia, scurvy, skin problems, blood disorders, and depression.

     

    Digestive Aid

    Dandelion acts as a mild laxative that promotes digestion, stimulates appetite, and balances the natural and beneficial bacteria in the intestines. It can increase the release of stomach acid and bile to aid digestion, especially of fats.

     

    Kidney

    This weed-like superfood is a diuretic that helps the kidneys clear out waste, salt, and excess water by increasing urine production. In French it is called pissenlit, which translates roughly to “wet the bed.” This inhibits microbial growth in the urinary system too. Dandelion also replaces some of the potassium lost in the process.

     

    Liver

    Dandelion has been shown to improve liver function by removing toxins and reestablishing hydration and electrolyte balance. It also increases the release of bile.

     

    Antioxidants

    Every part of the dandelion plant is rich in antioxidants that prevent free-radical damage to cells and DNA, slowing down the aging process in our cells. It is rich in vitamin C and vitamin A as beta-carotene and increases the liver's production of superoxide dismutase.

     

    May combat Cancer

    The ability to combat cancer is not a claim made lightly, but dandelion seems to show promise in study after study after study. Dandelion may slow cancer's growth and prevent it from spreading. The leaves are especially rich in the antioxidants and phytonutrients that combat cancer.

     

    Diabetes

    Recent animal studies show dandelion helps regulate blood sugar and insulin levels. Most of this is done through its ability to control lipid levels.

     

    High Blood Pressure

    As a diuretic, dandelion increases urination which then lowers blood pressure. The fiber and potassium in dandelion also help regulate blood pressure.

     

    Cholesterol

    Animal studies have shown how dandelion lowers and controls cholesterol levels while improving cholesterol ratios by raising HDL.

     

    Gallbladder

    Dandelion increases bile production and reduces inflammation to help with gallbladder problems and blockages.

     

    Inflammation

    Dandelion contains essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and phytonutrients that all reduce inflammation throughout the body. This can relieve pain and swelling.

     

    Immune System

    Studies also show that dandelion boosts immune function and fights off microbes and fungi.

     

    Dandelion leaves, flowers, and roots are all edible. They have a slightly bitter flavor that can be minimized by harvesting them in the fall or spring. The young leaves are tenderer and less bitter, making a great addition to raw salads. Cooking dandelion cuts the bitter flavor of both the leaves and the roots.

     

    Dandelion is generally considered safe in food and medicinal levels. Some people may have allergic reactions to dandelion. Anyone with an allergy to ragweed, chrysanthemum, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, or daisy should avoid dandelion, and anyone pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs should talk to a health care professional before adding something new to their diet.

     

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    Ginger Contains Gingerol, a Substance With Powerful Medicinal Properties.

     

    Ginger is a flowering plant that originated from China. It belongs to the Zingiberaceae family, and is closely related to turmeric, cardomon and galangal. The rhizome (underground part of the stem) is the part commonly used as a spice. It is often called ginger root, or simply ginger. Ginger has a very long history of use in various forms of traditional/alternative medicine. It has been used to help digestion, reduce nausea and help fight the flu and common cold, to name a few. Ginger can be used fresh, dried, powdered, or as an oil or juice, and is sometimes added to processed foods and cosmetics. It is a very common ingredient in recipes. The unique fragrance and flavor of ginger come from its natural oils, the most important of which is gingerol. Gingerol is the main bioactive compound in ginger, responsible for much of its medicinal properties. It has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects

     

    Ginger is a popular spice. It is high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

     

    Ginger Can Treat Many Forms of Nausea, Especially Morning Sickness.

    Ginger appears to be highly effective against nausea. For example, it has a long history of use as a sea sickness remedy, and there is some evidence that it may be as effective as prescription medication. Ginger may also relieve nausea and vomiting after surgery, and in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. But it may be the most effective when it comes to pregnancy-related nausea, such as morning sickness.

     

    Although ginger is considered safe, talk to your doctor before taking large amounts if you are pregnant.

     

    1-1.5 grams of ginger can help prevent various types of nausea. This applies to sea sickness, chemotherapy-related nausea, nausea after surgery and morning sickness.

     

    Ginger May Reduce Muscle Pain and Soreness.

    Ginger has been shown to be effective against exercise-induced muscle pain. In one study, consuming 2 grams of ginger per day, for 11 days, significantly reduced muscle pain in people performing elbow exercises. Ginger does not have an immediate impact, but may be effective at reducing the day-to-day progression of muscle pain.These effects are believed to be mediated by the anti-inflammatory properties. Ginger appears to be effective at reducing the day-to-day progression of muscle pain, and may reduce exercise-induced muscle soreness.

     

    The Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Ginger Can Help With Osteoarthritis.

    Osteoarthritis is a common health problem. It involves degeneration of the joints in the body, leading to symptoms like joint pain and stiffness. 

     

    Ginger May Drastically Lower Blood Sugars and Improve Heart Disease. Risk FactorsThis area of research is relatively new, but ginger may have powerful anti-diabetic properties.

     

    Ginger Can Help Treat Chronic Indigestion.

    Chronic indigestion (dyspepsia) is characterized by recurrent pain and discomfort in the upper part of the stomach.It is believed that delayed emptying of the stomach is a major driver of indigestion.Interestingly, ginger has been shown to speed up emptying of the stomach in people with this condition. After eating soup, ginger reduced the time it took for the stomach to empty from 16 to 12 minutes (12).In a study of 24 healthy individuals, 1.2 grams of ginger powder before a meal accelerated emptying of the stomach by 50%.  Ginger appears to speed up emptying of the stomach, which can be beneficial for people with indigestion and related stomach discomfort.

     

    Ginger Powder May Significantly Reduce Menstrual Pain.

    Menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea) refers to pain felt during a woman's menstrual cycle. One of the traditional uses of ginger is for pain relief, including menstrual pain. In one study, 150 women were instructed to take 1 gram of ginger powder per day, for the first 3 days of the menstrual period. Ginger managed to reduce pain as effectively as the drugs mefenamic acid and ibuprofen. Ginger appears to be very effective against menstrual pain when taken at the beginning of the menstrual period.

     

    Ginger May Lower Cholesterol Levels.

    High levels of LDL lipoproteins (the "bad" cholesterol) are linked to an increased risk of heart disease.The foods you eat can have a strong influence on LDL levels.

     

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    Cumin is a spice made from the seeds of the Cuminum cyminum plant.

    Many dishes use cumin, especially foods from its native regions of the Mediterranean and Southwest Asia.

     

    Cumin lends its distinctive flavor to chili, tamales and various Indian curries. Its flavor has been described as earthy, nutty, spicy and warm.

     

    What's more, cumin has long been used in traditional medicine.

    Modern studies have confirmed some of the health benefits cumin is traditionally known for, including promoting digestion and reducing food-borne infections.

     

    Research has also revealed some new benefits, such as promoting weight loss and improving blood sugar control and cholesterol.

     

    Promotes Digestion

    The most common traditional use of cumin is for indigestion.

    In fact, modern research has confirmed cumin may help rev up normal digestion. For example, it may increase the activity of digestive enzymes, potentially speeding up digestion.

    Cumin also increases the release of bile from the liver. Bile helps digest fats and certain nutrients in your gut. Cumin aids digestion by increasing the activity of digestive proteins. It may also reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.

     

    Cumin Is a Rich Source of Iron

    Cumin seeds are naturally rich in iron.

    One teaspoon of ground cumin contains 1.4 mg of iron, or 17.5% of the RDI for adults.

    Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies, affecting up to 20% of the world's population and up to 10 in 1,000 people in the wealthiest nations.

    In particular, children need iron to support growth and young women need iron to replace blood lost during menstruation.

    Few foods are as iron-dense as cumin. This makes it a good iron source, even when used in small amounts as a seasoning. Many people around the world don't get enough iron. Cumin is very dense in iron, providing almost 20% of your daily iron in one teaspoon.

     

    Contains Beneficial Plant Compounds

    Cumin contains lots of plant compounds that are linked with potential health benefits, including terpenes, phenols, flavonoids and alkaloids.

    Several of these function as antioxidants, which are chemicals that reduce damage to your body from free radicals.

    Free radicals are basically lonely electrons. Electrons like being in pairs and when they split up, they become unstable.

    These lone, or "free" electrons steal other electron partners away from other chemicals in your body. This process is called "oxidation."

    The oxidation of fatty acids in your arteries leads to clogged arteries and heart disease. Oxidation also leads to inflammation in diabetes, and the oxidation of DNA can contribute to cancer.

    Antioxidants like those in cumin give an electron to a lonely free radical electron, making it more stable.

    Cumin's antioxidants likely explain some of its health benefits. Free radicals are lone electrons that cause inflammation and damage DNA. Cumin contains antioxidants that stabilize free radicals.

     

    May Help With Diabetes

    Some of cumin's components have shown promise helping to treat diabetes. One clinical study showed a concentrated cumin supplement improved early indicators of diabetes in overweight individuals, compared to a placebo. Cumin also contains components that counter some of the long-term effects of diabetes. One of the ways diabetes harms cells in the body is through advanced glycation end products.

     

    May Promote Weight Loss and Fat Reduction

    Concentrated cumin supplements have helped promote weight loss in a few clinical studies. Concentrated cumin supplements have promoted weight loss in multiple studies. Not all studies have shown this benefit and higher doses may be required for weight loss.

     

    May Prevent Food-Borne Illnesses

    One of cumin's traditional roles in seasoning may have been for food safety. Many seasonings, including cumin, appear to have antimicrobial properties that may reduce the risk of food-borne infections.

    Several components of cumin reduce the growth of food-borne bacteria and certain kinds of infectious fungi.

    When digested, cumin releases a component called megalomicin, which has antibiotic properties.

    Additionally, a test-tube study showed that cumin reduces the drug resistance of certain bacteria. Cumin's traditional use as a seasoning may restrict the growth of infectious bacteria and fungi. This may reduce food-borne illnesses.

     

    May Help With Drug Dependence

    Narcotic dependence is a growing concern internationally.

    Opioid narcotics create addiction by hijacking the normal sense of craving and reward in the brain. This leads to continued or increased use.

     

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    The impressive health benefits of oregano include its ability to protect the immune system, prevent the onset of chronic disease, improve digestion, detoxify the body, strengthen the bones, improve heart health, increase energy levels, and even protect against diabetes.

     

    Oregano is a popular herb that many people think of as merely a spice to improve or enhance the flavor of their food, but in reality, this perennial herb, with the scientific name of Origanum vulgare, has a treasure of health benefits that most people don’t realize at all. Native to southwest Eurasia and the Mediterranean area, oregano has been a valuable part of both culinary and alternative medicine treatments for thousands of years. Oregano is actually closely related to mint, and its genus is actually in the same family as Mentha. For this reason, the two share many similar organic components and have many of the same health benefits. The leaves of oregano are the most commonly used part of the plant, but strangely, the aroma and flavor of the leaves are far greater when the herb is dried than when the leaves are fresh, which is somewhat unusual for an herb.

     

    Health Benefits Of OreganoHealth benefits of oregano include:

    Boosts Immunity. Two of the most important components of oregano is rosmarinic acid and thymol, both of which are powerful antioxidant compounds that have been closely linked to reducing oxidative stress in the body. Free radicals are the destructive by-products of cellular metabolism that can cause cancer and other chronic diseases. Thus, adding oregano to your diet by sprinkling it on your meals can improve your immune health and keep your body safe from some of the most dangerous and silent killers.

     

    Antibacterial Activity

    On a more basic immune system note, oregano also has clear antibacterial properties, which is again due to the presence of thymol and carvacrol. These important organic compounds can defend the body against a wide range of bacteria that can affect the skin, the gut, and other parts of the body. Oregano is also a slightly stimulating agent, which can increase the production of white blood cells and speed up the metabolism, resulting in the faster recovery of common illnesses.

     

    Aids Digestion

    Oregano is packed with fiber, so despite its small size, it can have a major impact on your digestive system. Fiber is an essential element of a healthy digestive system, as it can increase the bulk of your stool and stimulate peristaltic motion, which moves food through the digestive tract and excretes it efficiently. Also, fiber helps to maintain the health of the gut and increases nutrient uptake, so the food you eat does more for you!Improves Heart HealthOregano is a natural form of omega-3 fatty acids, the beneficial type of cholesterol that actually improves your heart health. Furthermore, omega-3 fatty acids help to rebalance your cholesterol levels and reduce inflammation in the cardiovascular system, thereby helping to prevent atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes!

     

    Detoxifies the Body

    The nutrient-rich oregano, with a high content of manganese, calcium, iron, vitamin K, fiber, and a wide range of other organic compounds, makes this an ideal herb for detoxifying the body. Research has shown that oregano can help liver function and speed up the process of toxin elimination.Also seeBenefits of Oregano Oil For Cold And Flu5 Amazing Coriander SubstitutesImproves Bone HealthAs we get older, our bones begin to weaken and break down, so ensuring that we get enough vitamins and mineralsin our early years is important. Calcium, iron, and manganese are some of the most crucial minerals for bone health, and oregano has significant amounts of all of them, making it great for people who want to protect themselves against osteoporosis later in life.

     

    Increases Energy Levels

    By improving the functionality of the metabolism, thanks to B-vitamins and its unique organic composition, the body is rejuvenated and energized. The increase in circulation, due to the presence of iron and increased levels of hemoglobin, helps to fully oxygenate the cells and muscles of the body, thereby increasing energy and strength.

     

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    Native to northern Europe, hawthorn grows throughout the world. The red berry-like fruits contain many powerful substances. Hawthorn berries belong to the same family of plants as apples and roses, which is why they’re bright red in color. And like roses, the berries are accompanied by long, woody thorns that can be quite hazardous, if not carefully handled.

     

    During ancient times, every part of the bush — flowers, berries, leaves, stems and bark — were used to make medicines. In fact, most modern preparations use the leaves and flowers (standardized extract) which are believed to contain more flavonoids than the berries.

     

    At one time, hawthorn was referred to as the “bread and cheese tree.” Since the flowers, berries and leaves were all edible, it was a lifesaver during famines. Also, known as food for the heart, these powerful little berries can do wonders for cardiovascular health. In Europe, thousands of doctors prescribe hawthorn to prevent cardiovascular disease. Today, hawthorn is an official drug in Brazil, China, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, Hungary, Russia and Switzerland.

     

    Hawthorn is ideal for those who have a family history of heart disease. When used in conjunction with a healthy diet and stress management, hawthorn is an effective long-term treatment for cardiovascular health. Additionally, it is not habit forming, accumulative or toxic.

     

    Heart failure

    Heart failure is a condition whereby the heart is unable to pump enough blood to other organs in the body. Hawthorn has been extensively studied in people with heart failure, showing positive results. Studies published in Pharmacognosy Review suggest that hawthorn berries significantly improves heart function. In fact, the low/negligible incidence of side effects experienced by patients indicate that hawthorn is particularly useful in treating stage I and II heart failure.

     

    The Journal American Family Physician suggests that hawthorn can enhance a person’s ability to exercise following heart failure. It can also improve symptoms of fatigue and shortness of breath. According to one study, taking hawthorn extract (900 milligrams a day for two months) was as effective as low doses of captopril. Captopril is a prescription heart medication that improves symptoms of heart failure.

     

    High blood pressure

    Hawthorn berries may also be useful for controlling blood pressure. 

     

    Immune system

    In addition to the antioxidants eliminating dangerous toxins from the body, the vitamin C in hawthorn berries are also boosting the activity of your white blood cells to increase your overall health!

     

    Anxiety

    In many traditional medicines, hawthorn berries are used for certain psychological conditions, including stress, anxiety and even depression. During the pilot study conducted in the UK, which evaluated hawthorn for hypertension, a trend towards a reduction in anxiety was observed in those taking hawthorn compared with the other groups taking a placebo.Hawthorn may have an impact on hormonal levels, which would explain why so many cultures of the past believed it was the cure “for a broken heart.”

     

    Digestive health

    The many organic compounds found in hawthorn interact with gut flora to improve digestion. Additionally, the fiber in hawthorn improves the digestive process, helping with constipation, bloating and cramping.

     

    Intestinal infections

    Apart from improving nutrient uptake and eliminating constipation, it’s also suggested that hawthorn may help eliminate intestinal infections like tapeworms.

     

    Eczema and psoriasis

     

    You may even apply hawthorn berry solution topically to the skin. Some of the organic compounds have anti-inflammatory properties. Therefore, hawthorn may reduce itching on healing wounds or from other skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.

     

    High cholesterol

    Research shows that hawthorn may lower LDL (“bad”) cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. In an eight-week Australian study, patients with abnormal amounts of lipids in the blood were treated with hawthorn fruit. The study showed that hawthorn berries simultaneously increased serum levels of HDL cholesterol and decreased LDL cholesterol. By doing so, hawthorn may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

     

    Increases energy

    Many studies conclude that hawthorn can expand the coronary blood vessels, which allows for more blood to circulate through the body. That means a higher level of energy or alertness. When the body is properly oxygenated, cognitive skills improve, energy levels rise and metabolism can work at optimum levels.

     

    Antioxidant properties

    Hawthorn berries contain active compounds with antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are substances that scavenge free radicals, which alter cell membranes, hinder DNA and cause cell death. Free radicals contribute to premature aging and many other health problems, including heart disease. Antioxidants found in hawthorn counteract free radicals and may reduce or prevent some of the damage they cause.

     

     

    • org clove buds

     

     

    Cloves offer many health benefits, some of which include aid in digestion, fighting against cancer, protecting the liver, boosting the immune system, controlling diabetes, preserving bone quality, and containing anti-mutagenic and anti-microbial properties, as well as fighting against oral diseases and headaches, while also displaying aphrodisiac properties.

     

    What Are Cloves?

    Cloves are one of the spices indigenous to Asian countries like Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and even areas of East Africa. It is native to the Maluku islands in Indonesia. They are a popular flavoring agent used in a variety of ways across the world, particularly in Asia. Cloves form the culinary base in a number of different Asian cuisines.

     

    Clove, just like many other spices originating in Asia, has a great history behind it. During the 13th and 14th centuries, cloves were transported all the way from Indonesia to China, India, Persia, Africa, and Europe. During this time, cloves had a very high price, thus wars for monopoly over clove production and distribution began. Many wars were waged in order to control the islands of Maluku during both the medieval and modern period. The Dutch emerged victorious and held the Maluku islands for a very long time. Today, clove is a very important commercial crop all around the world.

     

    Scientific Facts About Clove

    Clove is the dried bud of the flower from the tree Syzygium aromaticum. It belongs to the plant family named Myrtaceae. The plant is an evergreen plant growing in tropical and subtropical conditions. Clove is an herb and people use various parts of the plant, including the dried bud, stems, and leaves to make medicine. Clove oil is also famous for its medicinal properties.

     

    Clove has been used for thousands of years in India and China not only as a spice and condiment but also as a medicine for many ailments. Ayurvedic medicining used cloves for tooth decay, halitosis, and bad breath. In Chinese medicine, clove was considered to possess aphrodisiac properties.

     

    Cloves Nutrition Facts

    According to the National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, the nutrients found in 100 grams of cloves include 65 grams of carbohydrate, 6 grams of protein, 13 grams of total lipids, 2 grams of sugars, 274 kcal of energy and 33 grams of dietary fibers. Minerals in cloves include calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, and zinc. The vitamins found in them include vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D, and vitamin K.

     

    Health benefits of cloves include:

     

    Better Digestion

    Cloves improve digestion by stimulating the secretion of digestive enzymes. Cloves are also good for reducing flatulence, gastric irritability, dyspepsia, and nausea. They can be roasted, powdered, and taken with honey for relief in digestive disorders.

     

    Antibacterial Properties

    Cloves have been tested for their antibacterial properties against a number of human pathogens. The extracts of cloves were potent enough to kill those pathogens. Clove extracts are also effective against the specific bacteria that spread cholera.

     

    Chemo-preventive Properties

    Cloves are of interest to the medical community due to their chemo-preventive or anti-carcinogenic properties. Tests have shown that they are helpful in controlling lung cancer at its early stages.

     

    Cloves contain high amounts of antioxidants, which are ideal for protecting the organs from the effects of free radicals, especially the liver. Metabolism, in the long run, increases free radical production and lipid profile, while decreasing the antioxidants in the liver. Clove extracts are helpful in counteracting those effects with its hepatoprotective properties.

     

    Diabetes Control

    Cloves have been used in many traditional remedies for a number of diseases. One such disease is diabetes. In patients suffering from diabetes, the amount of insulin produced by the body is not sufficient or insulin is not produced at all. Studies have revealed that extracts from cloves imitate insulin in certain ways and help in controlling blood sugar levels.

     

    Bone Preservation

    The hydro-alcoholic extracts of cloves include phenolic compounds such as eugenol and its derivatives, such as flavones, isoflavones and flavonoids. These extracts have been particularly helpful in preserving bone density and the mineral content of bone, as well as increasing tensile strength of bones in case of osteoporosis.

     

    Anti-mutagenic Properties

    Mutagens are those chemicals that change the genetic makeup of the DNA by causing mutations. Biochemical compounds found in cloves, like phenylpropanoids, possess anti-mutagenic properties. These were administered on cells treated with mutagens and they were able to control the mutagenic effects to a significant rate.

     

    Boosts the Immune System

    Ayurveda describes certain plants to be effective in developing and protecting the immune system. One such plant is clove. The dried flower bud of clove contains compounds that help in improving the immune system by increasing the white blood cell count, thereby, improving delayed-type hypersensitivity.

     

    Anti-inflammatory Properties

    Cloves possess anti-inflammatory and pain-killing properties. Studies on clove extracts being administered in lab rats, suggest that the presence of eugenol reduced the inflammation caused by edema. It was also confirmed that eugenol has the ability to reduce pain by stimulating pain receptors.

     

    Oral Diseases

    Cloves can be taken for gum diseases like gingivitis and periodontitis. Clove bud extracts significantly control the growth of oral pathogens, which are responsible for various oral diseases. Cloves can also be used for toothaches due to their pain-killing properties.

     

    Aphrodisiac Properties

    Spices such as clove and nutmeg have been said to possess aphrodisiac properties, according to Unani medicine. Experiments on clove and nutmeg extracts were tested against standard drugs administered for that reason, and both clove and nutmeg showed positive results.

     

    Headaches

    Headaches can be reduced by using cloves. Make a paste of a few cloves and mix it with a dash of rock salt. Add this to a glass of milk. This mixture reduces headaches quickly and effectively.

     

    • org goldenseal root

     

     

    This little herb may not look powerful, but there are many health benefits of goldenseal, including the treatment of sinus conditions, bowel irregularity, nausea, sexually transmitted infections, inflammation, allergies, and fevers.

     

    What Is Goldenseal?

    This perennial herb may commonly be called orangeroot or yellow puccoon in certain areas, but it is scientifically known as Hydrastis canadensis and belongs to the buttercup family. It is found in Canada and parts of the eastern United States but has also spread to some parts of Europe. Commonly identified by its knotty, yellow root, and purple stem, this plant has been an important part of traditional medicine in its native regions for thousands of years. The taste and smell of the herb are both considered very unpleasant or even acrid, yet it is considered a “super herb” by many, and the powdered rootstock is palatable. Native Americans used goldenseal root for different purposes, both culturally and medicinally, and also used its leaves and flowers. Modern research has supported the use of this herb for many ailments, given its rich chemical composition, including many alkaloids, which directly impact the body and its functions.

     

    As a multi-purpose remedy, you can get it in many different forms, including salves, tablets, tinctures, and bulk powder, as well as goldenseal root supplements. It is important that you follow all relevant instructions from your herbalist or natural medicine provider. Only small amounts of powdered or concentrated goldenseal rootstock are necessary for most treatments, and excessive use can negatively impact the nervous system, even resulting in convulsions or seizures.

     

    Health benefits of goldenseal include:

     

    Treats Bowel Irregularity

    The most common remedies using goldenseal are for issues in the gut and gastrointestinal tracts. If you suffer from ulcers or irregular bowel movements, the anti-inflammatory capacity of goldenseal can help you get your system back on track. Ulcers, constipation, bloating and cramping are not only annoying but can also hint at or lead to serious health conditions. Its rootstock can help keep your gut healthy and strong.

     

    Reduces Sinus Conditions

    The powdered rootstock of goldenseal was often used as a form of snuff, and it acted to reduce inflammation and infection in the sinus cavities. The strong antimicrobial properties of goldenseal rootstock helped people quickly relieve sinus conditions and prevent ongoing illness with the use of this remedy. Now, the snuff form of goldenseal rootstock isn’t as commonly used, but the powdered form can still be purchased in capsule form.

     

    Anti-inflammatory Properties

    If you suffer from topical inflammation or joint pain, then a salve or cream using goldenseal root powder can be a rapid and effective solution. A small amount of this powder is all you need and you can topically apply it on the skin. Capsules and supplements can also help with internal inflammation, including lowering blood pressure and soothing the gut.

     

    Skin Care

    The antimicrobial and antioxidant properties of goldenseal make it very effective for people suffering from skin conditions, such as psoriasis, eczema, acne or dry skin. Skin infections come in many shapes and sizes, including bacterial, viral, and fungal, but topical salves and tinctures of goldenseal can quickly eliminate that inflammation and neutralize the infection.

     

    Antiviral Activity

    If you suffer from a weak immune system, adding goldenseal to your daily or weakly health regimen can boost your immunity and keep your respiratory and intestinal system clean. Prostate and vaginal infections can be particularly difficult and painful to treat, but it has long been used to treat sexually transmitted infections, such as gonorrhea.

    Eliminates Parasitic Issues

    Parasitic worms are a major threat in places that don’t have access to clean water; the anthelmintic properties of goldenseal can help to starve the intestinal worms and cause them to die, where they will then be passed from the system via normal routes (it also acts as a laxative, making this elimination even easier).

     

    Boosts Appetite

    Increasing your appetite often means an increase in your metabolism, as your body is burning calories faster. Also, following an illness, injury or trauma, one’s appetite can often suffer, causing more physical and psychological repercussions. Goldenseal has been linked to boosting appetite for generations.

     

    Prevents Allergy

    Those who suffer from intense allergic reactions or are easily sent into a sneezing fit, as soon as spring comes around, may benefit from the anti-allergenic properties of goldenseal. The powder can reduce inflammation of the mucous membranes and prevent severe allergic reactions by calming the nervous system.

     

    Reduces Fever

    While a fever does signal that the body is fighting off an infection, ongoing fevers can exhaust the body, cause dehydration, and even damage the brain in extreme cases. Goldenseal can effectively lower fevers and reduce the strain on the body during prolonged illnesses.

     

    Detoxifies the Body

    Not only does goldenseal act as a laxative in many cases, but it is also a hepatic substance, meaning that it helps to clean out the blood and detoxify the body. The liver and kidneys do a whole lot of work for us and anything to make their jobs a bit easier is a good idea. The hepatic nature of goldenseal can help with circulation and reduce your risk of chronic blood-borne disease.

  • Growing Practices

    Numa Nursery's 'Tampa Bay Moringa' is grown from several community sharecropping plots throughout the Tampa Bay area.

     

    The Moringa Grower's Co-op transforms unproductive wasteful lawns, reuses empty lots and regenerates barren landscapes into lush edible moringa food forests.

     

    Then, excess material from the moringa trees are donated to Numa Nursery for packaging.  

     

    Each moringa tree is raised using all natural growing practices. Soil is enhanced with plant based compost teas and fertilizing methods using organic plant based food scraps, activated bio-char, azomite rock dust, worm castings, oak mulch and comfrey leaves.

     

    In the garden, moringa is a natural pesticide. To further reduce pests and strengthen the tree's immunity, sea-90 mineral salts and neem oil are applied to the leaves and root system.

     

    Numa Nursery harvests moringa trees according to celestial allignments, during waxing moon cycles, preferably in the A.M. when sap/nutrition is still high and accessible in the leaves and flowers.  

     

    Then, the moringa leaves and flowers are cleaned and immediately placed in a shaded, humid-free environment, to ensure medicinal properties (Vitamin C) are retained.

     

    The moringa leaves and flowers are then separated.

     

    After several days of drying, the flowers are preserved and packaged for your enjoyment. 

  • Directions for Use

    Moringa Oleifera is an edible tree native to India.  The nutritious leaves are used extensively around the world as a staple food vegetable. The moringa tree is a perrenial herb that continues to be used in cooking as a nutritional additive to any dish. In recognition of traditional Indian cuisine, 'Moringa Spice' is specially formulated to excite the taste buds and reflect the cultural diversity of flavors.

     

    Use as a raw topping to spice any desired food, snack or drink. Moringa Spice can also be used in making 'curry' style stir-frys and flavorful breads. For maximum benefits of vitamins and minerals, add moringa spice to raw foods.

     

    Use generously. Enjoy!

     

  • Moringa Benefits

    Moringa leaves have many health benefits. 

     

    • 3 times the Potassium in bananas
    • 7 times the Vitamin-C in oranges
    • 25 times the Iron in spinach
    • 4 times the Calcium in milk
    • 4 times the Vitamin A in carrots
    • 46 anti-oxidants
    • 36 Anti-inflammatories
    • Omegas 3, 6 and 9
    • Vitamins: A (Alpha and Beta-Carotene) B, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E, K, Folic Acid, Biotin and more.
    • Minerals: Calcium, Chloride, Chromium, Copper, Flourine, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Selenium, Sulfur, Zinc.
    • All 8 Essential Amino Acids: Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine.
    • 10 Additional Amino Acids: Alanine, Arganine, Aspartic Acid, Cystine, Glutamine, Glycine, Histidine, Proline, Serine, Tyrosine.
    • Other Benefitial Nutrients: Chlorophyll, Carotenoids, Cytokinins, Flavonoids, Omega (3,6,9) oils, Plant Sterols, Polyphenols, Lutein, Xanthins, Rutin, and more. 
  • Growing Practices

    Numa Nursery's 'Tampa Bay Moringa' is grown from several community sharecropping plots throughout the Tampa Bay area.

     

    The Moringa Grower's Co-op is a group of landowners who transform unproductive wasteful lawns, reuse empty lots and regenerate barren landscapes into lush edible moringa food forests.

     

    Then, excess material from the moringa trees are donated to Numa Nursery for packaging.  

     

    Each moringa tree is raised using all natural growing practices. Soil is enhanced with plant based compost teas and fertilizing methods using organic plant based food scraps, activated bio-char, azomite rock dust, worm castings, oak mulch and comfrey leaves.

     

    In the garden, moringa is a natural pesticide. To further reduce pests and strengthen the tree's immunity, sea-90 mineral salts and neem oil are applied to the leaves and root system.

     

    Numa Nursery harvests moringa trees according to celestial allignments, during waxing moon cycles, preferably in the A.M. when sap/nutrition is still high and accessible in the leaves.  

     

    Then, the leaves are cleaned and immediately placed in a shaded, humid-free zone, to ensure medicinal properties (Vitamin C) are retained. After several days, the dried leaves are powdered and filtered using sifting techniques. Finally, the moringa powder is sealed, by hand, in vegan non-gmo capsules (500mg) for optimal consumption.

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    We take no responsibility for the use or misuse of any product we sell. We encourage you to research the particular usage of any product you plan on buying, and buy based off of that research. Due to new government regulations, we are not allowed to provide medical advice on the usage or dosage of any product we carry. None of the information found here should be interpreted to imply any specific use. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. None of the product information, statements or health claims have been scientifically proven or evaluated by the FDA. Some of the information may be anecdotal or hearsay. By buying our products you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.

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