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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Health Benefits of Goji Berry

Goji berry is a sweet-tasting, dark-red colored fruit, this fruit has extraordinary healing properties that most people don't know about, it is considered as the world's most nutrient-dense food. For over 2,000 years Goji has proven to improve many health conditions and cure ailments. Goji is said to contain more vitamin C than oranges, more beta-carotene than carrots, and more iron than steak.

It is a common practice in Chinese medicine to prescribe it to treat liver, kidney, or eye diseases, along with other herbs medicine. Many Chinese people consume goji berries in their day-to-day lives because they believe that red colored berry can keep them healthy, young, and energetic. Goji berries can be eaten as raw, as goji juice, as herbal tea (e.g. with Chrysanthemum), with yogurt, and with cereal etc.

Health Benefits of Goji:

  • Goji is known as the "longevity fruit." Its unique master molecule polysaccharides and powerful antioxidants fight against free radicals that cause damage on the body.
  • Goji increases stamina and endurance, it helps to eliminate fatigue, especially when recovering from illness.
  • Goji stimulates the secretion by the pituitary gland of hGH (human growth hormone), the youth hormone. The benefits of hGH includes; reduction of body fat, better sleep, improved memory, accelerated healing, restored libido and a more youthful appearance.
    • Goji can help protect your DNA. Exposure to chemicals, pollutants and free radicals can cause DNA damage and breakage, leading to genetic mutations, cancer and even death. Goji's betaine and master molecule polysaccharides can restore and repair damaged DNA.
    • Goji can help you lose weight. In a study done obese patient were given good quality goji juice in the morning and afternoon. Most patients significantly lose a lot of weight. Goji polysaccharides were shown to reduce body weight by enhancing the conversion of food into energy instead of fat.
    • Goji can reduce the toxic effect of Chemotherapy and Radiation. Goji was shown to enhance the effect of radiation in combating lung cancer, allowing a lower dose to be used. Other research indicates that goji can protect against some of the noxious side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.
    • Goji can help enhance sexual function. Studies have shown that goji significantly increases testosterone level in the blood, thereby increasing libido in both men and women.
    • Goji berries are popular for their vision-improvement properties. It was found in the study that goji was able to reduce the time it takes for vision to adapt to darkness. The carotenoids in goji may also protect againstmacular degeneration and cataracts.
    • Goji can prevent cancer. Goji's antioxidant and unique polysaccharides can stop the genetic mutations that can lead to cancer. Some scientists believe that goji may be an especially good supplement to prevent liver cancer because it exerts liver protection and anti-cancer effects at the same time.
      • Goji can inhibit cancer growth. Goji also has the ability to cause the death of tumor cells by inducing apoptosis, a process in which cancer cells are broken down and recycled.
      • Goji helps to manage and fight cancer. Patient taking a cancer drug together with goji has recovery rate of up to 250 percent better than those patient taking the drug alone. These advanced-cancer patient experienced amazing regressions of malignantmelanoma, renal cell carcinoma, colorectal carcinoma, lung cancer, nasopharyngeal carcinoma and malignant hydrothorax. Remission of cancers in patient treated with goji lasted significantly longer than those treated without goji.
      • Goji can help improve memory. Goji is considered as "brain tonic", because it contains betaine, which is converted in the body into choline, substances that enhance memory and recall ability.
      • Goji can make you feel happy. It is said that the daily consumption of Goji can give a person a happy disposition.

      Other Health Benefits of Goji Berry includes;

      • Goji can help to strengthen your immune system and heart, help support normal kidney and liver function, maintain healthycholesterol level, normalize blood pressure, prevent and control diabetes.
      • Goji can also help to strengthen the muscles and bones, maintain healthy gums and improve your digestion and it can help you to get a good night sleep.

      Nutrient Contents of Goji: 11 essential elements, 22 trace dietary minerals, 18 amino acids, 6 essential vitamins, 8 polysaccharides, and 6 monosaccharide. It contains 5 unsaturated fatty acids (essential fatty acids, linoleic acid, alpha-linolenic acid, beta-sitosterol and other phytosterols), 5 carotenoids (e.g. beta-carotene and zeaxanthin etc), xanthophy, and many phenolic pigments associated with antioxidant properties.

Health Benefits of Goji Berries, Secrets of Goji Berries

Goji berries are shriveled red berries that look like red raisins that grow on an evergreen shrub found in temperate and subtropical regions in China, Mongolia and in the Himalayas in Tibet. They are usually found dried, have a slight tangy taste, and belong to the nightshade (Solonaceae) family. Some other Names for Gojji berries include Lycium barbarum, wolfberry, gou qi zi, and Fructus lycii.

So what are some of the benefits of goji berries? The first benefit of goji berries is the fact that it has the potential to increase a person’s lifespan. Although this has not been scientifically tested, most people are confident that this fact holds true. The second benefit of goji berries is that they also have healing powers, especially to cuts and burns, as well as some nasty rashes and abrasions.

The benefit of goji berries are actively reflected in many medical conditions,it helps to control and reverse obesity, prevents cancer, prevent age-related macular degeneration, restores hair color, activates the immune system, helps to preventing morning sickness in pregnant women,and it is used to treat sexual dysfunctions and infertility.

Goji berries are highly nutritious edibles as it includes essential amino acids that include methione and isoleucine. Goji berries are the perfect source to get minerals like germanium, zinc, selenium, copper, iron and phosphorus which are considered vital for the human body to function properly. One of the most beneficial nutritional characteristics of goji berries is that it includes four polysaccharides which can boost up human health like never before.

Nutritionally, goji berries are a great choice, packing plenty of carbohydrates and protein which make it a fantastic snack food. As a juice, more of the vitamins remain intact and the goji berry is certainly a healthy choice as a drink. Dried, the fruit can be added to meals or sprinkled on dishes for a splash of colored. Goji berries can also be enjoyed raw.

Goji Berries can also be consumed in the form of its juice form. When Goji berries are on heights of ripeness, they are hand picked so that their optimal nutritional potency remains intact. It carries nutrition of 19 amino acids, 21 trace minerals like Germanium, and 6 essential fatty acids, Vitamin B1, B2, B6 and C & E. It contains far more beta carotene than the carrots, and its antioxidant values are much more than any other food source.

The Goji berry also contains polysaccharides which have been demonstrated to strengthen and fortify the immune system. Tibetan Gojis are also very rich in vitamins C and B. Additionally, GOjis are the richest source of carotenoids, including beta carotene, of all known plants on earth and are thus a powerful antioxidant. It is believed to fortify the immune system against disease and to provide the energy to help overcome difficult health conditions

Read more: http://www.articlesbase.com/supplements-and-vitamins-articles/health-benefits-of-goji-berries-secrets-of-goji-berries-731350.html#ixzz10b77c8y2
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Miraculously Amazing Leaf!




Miraculous moringa tree leaves are a remarkable discovery, which can make remarkable improvement in your health and quality of life. Moringa is nature's true medicine cabinet. And not only that, moringa could be a nutrition dream come true in nations devastated by lethal diseases, widespread poverty and resulting malnutrition. Some researchers namely document moringa's tree value as solution to malnutrition, especially among infants, children and mothers.


Simply a Natural Miracle


Moringa tree or also known as “Drumstick,” is an exceptionally nutritious tree with a variety of potential uses. The tree is slender with drooping branches, and grows up to 10 meters in height. The moringa tree grows very quickly- it comes into leaves at the end of the dry season, when other foods are the scarcest. Actually, the Moringa grows quickly in any tropical climate. Within six months of planting a seed or a piece of trunk, one can cut leaves from the tree to eat. The leaves can be cooked, which looks like cooked spinach, or dried, ground over a screen for several days, and ground into a fine powder that can be added to almost anything as a nutrient supplement.


Moringa tree grows in tropical and subtropical areas, widely in Africa, Central and South America, Sri Lanka, India, Mexico, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Moringa is considered to be one of the most useful trees, since almost every part of the Moringa tree has some beneficial property: the leaves, leaf powder, pods, seeds, flowers, roots and bark of the drought-resistant moringa are eadible or have some other healing property.

Also called “the miracle tree”, the moringa tree has many uses for people in Africa and also elsewhere it grows. Some parts of Moringa tree can be used for animal feed, domestic cleansers, perfume, dye, fertilizer, medicine, water clarification, rope fiber, and as an agent for tanning hides.



Moringa tree is rich in iron, potassium and multivitamins, especially vitamin A. Moringa tree contains four times the amounts of vitamin A in carrots and thus can prevent blindness.
The tree's leaves contain high amounts of vitamin C, which is seven times more than oranges. Moringa tree's leaves contain twice the amount of protein and four times more calcium than milk. Moringa is also rich in potassium- it contains triple the amount in bananas.

Statistics from a book called “The Tree of Life” published by Church World Services in 1999, claim the following:

“For a child aged 1-3, a 100g serving of fresh cooked leaves would provide all his/her daily requirements of calcium, about 75% of his iron and half his protein needs, as well as important amounts of potassium, B vitamins, copper and all the essential amino acids. As little as 20 grams of leaves would provide a child with all the vitamins A and C he needs.”

Without any doubt we can claim that we can only benefit from moringa tree leaves. They are organic, natural and powerful energy supplement. Moringa leaf has no proven bad effects and is absolutely safe and organic, and is suitable for people from any age group.


Benefits of Moringa Leaves


According to researchers, Moringa leaves could treat at least 300 diseases. Let's name just a benefits that Moringa leaves bring:

1. gives a feeling of wellness and promotes energy, yet this is not a sugar based energy
2. increases natural body defense and stimulates metabolism
3. stimulates the cell structure of the body
4. rich in vitamin A, provides nourishment to the eyes and brain
5. balances level of cholesterol
6. balances level of sugar
7. rich in anti-oxidants, beautifies the skin and lowers the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
8. improves functioning of kidney and liver
9. promotes healthy digestion
10. promotes body's immune system
11. promotes circulatory system and controles blood pressure
12. promotes anti-inflammatory features, heals arthritis pain
13. heals tumors and ulcers
14. balances hormone and gland system
15. detoxify body from poisons
16. helps relax and promotes good night sleep
17. purifies water

In some countries, for example in Senegal, people make sauce out of Moringa leaf powder; in India Moringa tree leaves are used in ayurvedic medicine.
From the popular myth is considered that the fruit of Moringa tree increases sexual libido in men; another myth claims that the tree hosts ghosts during the night. The truth is that is hosts insects, which makes it unattractive for people to grow it in their backyards.
Moringa has been used in households in countries it grows for centuries, but only recently has been tested commercially. Unfortunately, it is still not used widely as it should have been.

In conclusion, Moringa is remarkable discovery for Western world. Of course, people living in tropical parts know the benefits of the tree for thousands and thousands of years. Leaves are great spice in the kitchen-tasty, but most of all healthy. Tree is best known as an excellent energy and nutritional booster, rich in nutrients, vitamins and amino acids. It will replenish your body and provide you with the right energy you need, not sugar-energy, that makes you hyper for some period of time and then leaves you drained.
One might think this is just another product to sell. It is not just a product, it is a gift from nature. India's ancient tradition of ayurveda says the leaves of the Moringa tree prevent 300 diseases, and modern or if you prefer western science confirmed the basic idea. Unfortunately, even while science is introducing the benefits of the Moringa leaves, this vital information has not reached the people who need it most.
We say: just try it and see for your self.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Sam-Ba! For a Healthier and Detoxified Body!

SRP P290 for a bottle of 30 capsules
HBN Sam-Ba!
For a Healthier and Detoxified Body!



HBN Sam-Ba is known to:

  • Decrease your weight
  • Help the body to burn fat
  • Control your glucose in your body
  • Take care of your kidney for flushing out toxins
  • Give you additional energy for your daily needs!

L.Speciosa Herb:
1st Active component of Sam-Ba


COROSOLIC ACID. The primary active phyto-chemical of Lagerstroemia Speciosa is a triterpenoid compound found in the leaves that helps induces glucose transport from the blood into body cell, preventing its storage as fat, burning it as energy, and regulating blood sugar.
LAGER-STROEMIN, FLOSIN B, REGININ A. Studies show that L.Speciosa leaf extract also contains these natural phyto-chemicals that regulate glucose uptake, helping lower blood glucose levels.



A clinical study in 1999 by Dr. William V. Judy at the Southwestern Institute of Biomedical Research (Brandenton, Florida) found that corosolic acid (from L.Speciosa leaves) lowered the blood sugar levels of all diabetic patients.
L.Speciosa (known locally as ‘Banaba’) is one of only 10 medicinal plants endorsed by the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) as an herb that has been thoroughly tested and clinically proven to have medicinal value.

B.Balsamiphera Herb:
2nd Active component of Sam-Ba

Blumea Balsamiphera (known locally as ‘Sambong’) is tested, clinically proven and endorsed by the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) and the National Kidney Institute (NKI):

  • Good cleansing action as a diuretic agent
  • Effective in the dissolving kidney stones
  • Aids in treating hypertension & rheumatism
  • Anti-diarrheic & Anti-gastralgic properties
  • Helps treats dysentery, sore throat
  • Helps clean out worms, boils…and more


It's All About Moringa Health!



It's All About
Moringa Health!

Researcher Seeks to Increase Moringa Awareness

by Dr. Monica Marcu

As a scientist and pharmacologist interested in nutrition and disease prevention, I believe that now, more than ever, more scientists should be directly involved in the education of the general public on issues related to environment, health and disease prevention.

On this note I am very enthusiastic about my work at various levels with a plant of extraordinary potential - Moringa oleifera. Moringa is a plant possessing an impressive nutrient profile and numerous therapeutic qualities. For instance, the plant contains hundreds of phytochemicals (plant-specific substances), nutritional compounds ranging from vitamins and minerals to omega fats and all essential amino acids. We also know it can clean and disinfect water (functioning even better than aluminum sulfate, a standard water flocculant), has antibacterial and antiviral properties, contains powerful antioxidant and anticancer substances and other important compounds such as cytokinins (Zeatin). It also can function as a natural growth stimulant for other plants. Moringa has uses outside of the human health and medicinal realms - it is a terrific high nutrient feed for animals, it is useful in agro-forestry, and its oil has the potential to be used as biodiesel fuel. in many ways, Moringa truly appears to be a "miracle" plant.

Moringa: Food and Medicine

We know that Moringa represents a superior option for battling the effects of malnutrition in impoverished areas. in fact, numerous organizations are actively working to further the agriculture and distribution of Moringa within regions suffering from extreme poverty and hunger.

In addition to its rich nutritional qualities, the plant appears to have a tremendous potential in the areas of medicinal use. Traditional cultures in various parts of the world have long used Moringa in their herbal medicine repertoire for ailments ranging from gout to various inflammations and fevers.

Now, modern research is supporting the traditional medicinal uses of this remarkable plant. Several dozen studies, most of them animal studies, give us a good idea of its potential. however, there is still an urgent need of further research - especially of human studies - to ascertain the therapeutic qualities of Moringa.

So far, scientific findings suggest exciting healing potentials for Moringa. It may:

*Relieve mineral and vitamin deficiencies.

*Support a healthy cardiovascular system. In fact, a recent study in animals investigating the positive cardiovascular attributes of Moringa produced impressive results. The study, which compared Moringa to a widely used class of cholesterol - and lipid-lowering drug called statins, found Moringa to be comparable to statins in suppressing the initiation and propagation of lipid peroxidation and suppression of atherosclerosis formation

*Promote normal blood-glucose levels.

*Neutralize free radicals and thereby reduce oxidative damage.

*Provide excellent support of the body's anti-inflammatory mechanisms. Inflammation is now linked to a wide array of modern degenerative diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, arthritis, diabetes and cancer.

In addition to the above, the research also suggests Moringa is extremely safe, as no reports of toxicity have been issued.

So what does the future of Moringa hold? I believe we have only touched the tip of the iceberg - as future research and use of this noteworthy plant will reveal even more amazing qualities of Moringa. I am pleased to add my efforts to those of many people and groups worldwide who are striving to successfully use Moringa in the areas of malnutrition, poverty and various diseases. I also believe that if moringa is widely consumed as a regular part of a healthy diet, the health advantages could be enormous in every part of this world.

Reference: Journal of Ethnopharmacology 86(2003) 191-195; journal of Ethnopharmacology DOI 10.1016, publication pending 2007