From a digestive standpoint, moringa is high in fiber. Fibre, as the Epoch Times put it, “works like a mop in your intestines… to clean up any of that extra grunge left over from a greasy diet.”
Also noteworthy are its isothiocyanates, which have anti-bacterial properties that may help to rid your body of H. pylori, a bacteria implicated in gastritis, ulcers, and gastric cancer. Moringa seeds have even been found to work better for water purification than many of the conventional synthetic materials in use today and its the natural way to go.
According to Uppsala University:16
“A protein in the seeds binds to impurities causing them to aggregate so that the clusters can be separated from the water. The study… published in the journal Colloids and Surfaces A takes a step towards optimization of the water purification process.17
Researchers in Uppsala together with colleagues from Lund as well as Namibia, Botswana, France, and the USA have studied the microscopic structure of aggregates formed with the protein. The results show that the clusters of material (flocs) that are produced with the protein are much more tightly packed than those formed with conventional flocculating agents. This is better for water purification as such flocs are more easily separated.”
This water purification method is used in many parts of Africa for many years now.
Moringa’s ability to attach itself to harmful materials also happen in the body, making moringa a potent detoxification tool whilest feeding your body at the same time so as to not deminish your overall health.
Source – http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/08/24/moringa-tree-uses.aspx
Source – https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/12/131205092059.htm