Herbal carrier oil for dark circles
Moringa, or the drumstick plant, is native to Northern India. The moringa Oil benefits are an inherent component of Ayurveda, moringa leaves were considered medicinal herbs as far back as 2000 B.C. The properties in the various parts of the moringa tree prevent 300 diseases. Moringa contains 90 different types of nutrients, 46 antioxidants, proteins and 36 anti-inflammatory agents. Helps with chronic diseases like heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Works wonders on dry or irritated skin. Massaging moringa oil on the gums reduces inflammation or any other gum problems. Massaging Moringa oil on the gums regularly can show great results within weeks of use. People with scurvy can also greatly benefit from Moringa oil. The oldest use of Moringa oil is associated with calming down the mind and enhancing emotional health. Hysteria or emotional instability can be calmed with it. Painful joints as a result of injury, wear and tear or certain medical conditions can all be treated and relieved with Moringa Oil. You can massage it directly or even use as an oil pack. Moringa oil nourishes and improves bone development. In ancient Egypt young children were given moringa oil as a nutritional supplement for better bone development and a healthier body. It was also used as an anti-poison before modern medicines replaced its use. Moringa oil controls retinal damage be keeping the retinal vasculature intact. It helps the body gets rid of waste and toxins, while also enhancing the nutrition absorption in the stomoach.
Drinking Moringa tree is way healthier than consuming artificial and sugary energy drinks for an instant bout of energy! Also, it can regulate and improve your bowel movements. Use of moringa oil during pregnancy is associated with uterine contraction. Use of moringa oil in the first two trimesters may also stimulate menstruation and increase risks of premature labour or miscarriage. Pregnancy is the only time that use of moringa oil is not recommended. Using before pregnancy and after is okay but not during pregnancy.
On the other hand, using moringa oil after delivery, during the breast feeding phase, is known to enhance the production of milk. Always consult a doctor to understand the benefits during this time and ensure you do not have any specific allergies. The hydrating power of moringa oil can reduce the appearance of dark circles under the eyes by increasing blood flow to sensitive areas.
Anemia, arthritis, joint pain, dark circles, asthma, constipation/diarrhea, epilepsy, heart problems, headaches, intestinal spasms/ulcers, bone growth, bacterial/fungal/viral/parasitic infections, kidney stones, dark circles, releases toxins, gum inflammation, Type 2 diabetes.
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