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Science: Antioxidant Activity of Moringa oleifera Tissue Extracts.

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Home » Citations » Phytotherapy research : PTR » Antioxidant Activity of Moringa oleifera Tissue Extracts. Summary of "Antioxidant Activity of Moringa oleifera Tissue Extracts." Moringa oleifera is an important source of antioxidants, tools in nutritional biochemistry that could be beneficial for human health; the leaves and flowers are used by the population with great nutritional importance. This work investigates the antioxidant activity of M. oleifera ethanolic (E1) and saline (E2) extracts from flowers (a), inflorescence rachis (b), seeds (c), leaf tissue (d), leaf rachis (e) and fundamental tissues of stem (f). The radical scavenging capacity (RSC) of extracts was determined using dot-blots on thin layer chromatography stained with a 0.4 mm 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl radical (DPPH) solution; spectrophotometric assays were recorded (515 nm). Antioxidant components were detected in all E1 and E2 from a, b and d. The best RSC was obtained with E1d; the antioxidants present in E2 reacted very slowly with DPPH. The chromatogram revealed by diphenylborinate-2-ethylamine methanolic solution showed that the ethanolic extract from the flowers, inflorescence rachis, fundamental tissue of stem and leaf tissue contained at least three flavonoids; the saline extract from the flowers and leaf tissue revealed at least two flavonoids. In conclusion, M. oleifera ethanolic and saline extracts contain antioxidants that support the use of the plant tissues as food sources. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Affiliation IBB-Institute for Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Centre for Biological Engineering, Universidade do Minho, Campus de Gualtar, 4710-057, Braga, Portugal. Journal Details This article was published in the following journal. Name: Phytotherapy research : PTR ISSN: 1099-1573 Pages: Links PubMed Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22294387 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ptr.4591 PubMed Articles [18315 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio] Evaluation of cytotoxicity of Moringa oleifera Lam. callus and leaf extracts on Hela cells. There are considerable attempts worldwide on herbal and traditional compounds to validate their use as anti-cancer drugs. Plants from Moringaceae family including Moringa oleifera possess several acti... Report: Antipyretic activity of hydro-alcoholic extracts of Moringa oleifera in rabbits. Pyrexia and inflammation are indicatives of various disorders. Modern medicines are available for treatment of pyrexia, but they have few side effects. Several studies are ongoing Worldwide to search ... Co-administration of adjuvants along with Moringa oleifera attenuates beryllium-induced oxidative stress and histopathological alterations in rats. Moringa oleifera Lam. 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As in GAMMA-TOCOPHEROL, it also has three methyl groups on the 6-chromanol nucleus but at different sites. Gamma-tocopherol A natural tocopherol with less antioxidant activity than ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL. It exhibits antioxidant activity by virtue of the phenolic hydrogen on the 2H-1-benzopyran-6-ol nucleus. As in BETA-TOCOPHEROL, it also has three methyl groups on the 6-chromanol nucleus but at different sites. Tissue Extracts Preparations made from animal tissues or organs (ANIMAL STRUCTURES). They usually contain many components, any one of which may be pharmacologically or physiologically active. Tissue extracts may contain specific, but uncharacterized factors or proteins with specific actions. Placental Extracts Extracts prepared from placental tissue; they may contain specific but uncharacterized factors or proteins with specific activities.  
   
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Mar 17, 2014
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Moringa oleifera trumps superfruit rivals in ORAC tests

READ ABOUT HOW ZIJA'S MORINGA AND OTHER COMPANIES MORINGA IS POISON & EVEN ALMOST KILLED TWO PEOPLE!
The leaves of the Moringa Oleifera plant produce a rich green – but tart tasting - dry powder that is high in protein, vitamin A, calcium and vitamin C
Powder from the leaf of the Moringa Oleifera plant - a nutrient powerhouse claimed to rival baobab - has outperformed antioxidant-packed superfoods including acai, dark chocolate, garlic and blueberries in an ORAC test.
A standard ORAC test (pitting the Moringa leaf powder vs the free radical peroxyl in a test tube) conducted by Brunswick Laboratories, showed that it also packed a higher antioxidant punch in-vitro than goji berries, pomegranates and red wine, he said: “Raw Wild-Crafted Moringa has just received an ORAC value (hydrophilic and lipophilic) of 157,600 umole TE/100g [1,576 per 1g] for Moringa powder."   The ORAC debate Asked for his views on the value of in-vitro antioxidant capacity tests on determining the effects of bioactive compounds in the human body, FitzPatrick said the firm was in “100% agreement” that lab tests were not necessarily indicative of health benefits in humans. He added: “While this [ORAC test result] would signify that Moringa powder has twice the radical-quenching power of baobab and several other superfoods, Moringa is quick to point out that it is just one of many tests to evaluate the benefit of Moringa as a powerful nutritional supplement. “Equally and perhaps more importantly is the fact that Moringa contains more than 27% protein including the 8 essential amino acids, 25 vitamins and minerals as well as many other beneficial phyto-nutrients.”

The Dr Oz effect… Moringa is starting to attract growing interest in the US dietary supplement and food industry, while a mention on Dr Oz on April 13 has also helped boost its profile. CLICK HERE to watch the show. The leaves of the Moringa Oleifera plant, which grows in Africa, India, southern and central America and Hawaii, produce a rich green – but tart tasting - dry powder that is remarkably high in protein (27% by weight, with all eight essential amino acids), vitamin A, calcium (2g per 100g of dry leaf powder) and vitamin C (17.3mg per 100g). But they are also high in iron (28mg per 100g), potassium (1.3g per 100g) and B vitamins, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin K. Traditional uses The leaves of the Moringa oleifera - also known as the miracle tree and the drumstick tree – have been used in traditional medicine in India and Africa to aid digestion, boost energy levels and mental clarity, improve mood and support healthy blood sugar levels for hundreds of years. However, there are not many human intervention studies – yet, although there is a growing number of in vitro and animal studies on the leaves (a PubMed search throws up 232 papers) looking at everything from effects on blood pressure and blood glucose to anti-microbial, cholesterol reduction, hepatoprotection and wound healing. Click here for details. Works well in oatmeal, smoothies and nutritional shakes as well as capsules Moringa King carries the FRESHEST- Purity of leaves that are lightly washed, shade dried & some blends are freeze dried and then pulverized into a fine powder that can be added to capsules, teas or powders that can be added to oatmeal, smoothies or nutritional shakes. There are about thirteen species of Moringa trees in the family Moringaceae. However, Moringa oleifera is by far the most popular.
#335 Jul 15, 2014
My family tried it faithfully for 2 months and I tried it for 6 month. We spent $2000.. I have found that 3-6 months is about how long it takes for things to get into or out of my body. We talked to several people who had great stories as to what it did for them. It MAY work for cancer and big diseases but it did nothing for my families issues which were depression, exhaustion, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and migraines. I am trying the diet pills but so far it has done nothing to curb my hunger. While my family members would not drink the tea because it was nasty tasting and the effects were uncomfortable, I did. I am very disappointed because I can say that I felt absolutely no benefit after faithfully taking it for 6 months. Had it worked of course I would sell it only because of that fact. One family member is now trying Young Living essential oils for Migraines. Since taking the Moringa King, She has not had a severe migraine in 3 weeks. It has not taken them away totally but thankfully it has been a marked improvement. As with all these products they are ridiculously expensive so right now only our neediest family member is on the Moringa King™ because we used our money on the zija. Because no regular AND cheaper medicine have made a dent in the Migraines that have been debilitating it has been worth it AND necessary to explore alternatives things. Thankfully we seem to have found something that has shown good possibilities. Young Living has in practice very good production practices the only criticism so far I have is the fact that they have priced their products so high that even desperate people might not be able to afford to get the help they need. It does make me MAD that ALL these companies are set up like pyramids so that you have to sell it in order to not go broke using them unless you are rich. In conclusion, I would not waste money on zija but I would try Young Living oils. I hope that maybe the rest of my family will get to try the Moringa King Produce and I would love to be able to diffuse their oils! I tried their lavender and was surprised that it really did relax me.
The Dr Oz effect… Moringa is starting to attract growing interest in the US dietary supplement and food industry, while a mention on Dr Oz on April 13 has also helped boost its profile. CLICK HERE to watch the show. The leaves of the Moringa Oleifera plant, which grows in Africa, India, southern and central America and Hawaii, produce a rich green – but tart tasting - dry powder that is remarkably high in protein (27% by weight, with all eight essential amino acids), vitamin A, calcium (2g per 100g of dry leaf powder) and vitamin C (17.3mg per 100g). But they are also high in iron (28mg per 100g), potassium (1.3g per 100g) and B vitamins, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin K. Traditional uses The leaves of the Moringa oleifera - also known as the miracle tree and the drumstick tree – have been used in traditional medicine in India and Africa to aid digestion, boost energy levels and mental clarity, improve mood and support healthy blood sugar levels for hundreds of years. However, there are not many human intervention studies – yet, although there is a growing number of in vitro and animal studies on the leaves (a PubMed search throws up 232 papers) looking at everything from effects on blood pressure and blood glucose to anti-microbial, cholesterol reduction, hepatoprotection and wound healing. Click here for details. Works well in oatmeal, smoothies and nutritional shakes as well as capsules Moringa King carries the FRESHEST- Purity of leaves that are lightly washed, shade dried & some blends are freeze dried and then pulverized into a fine powder that can be added to capsules, teas or powders that can be added to oatmeal, smoothies or nutritional shakes. There are about thirteen species of Moringa trees in the family Moringaceae. However, Moringa oleifera is by far the most popular.
#335 Jul 15, 2014
My family tried it faithfully for 2 months and I tried it for 6 month. We spent $2000.. I have found that 3-6 months is about how long it takes for things to get into or out of my body. We talked to several people who had great stories as to what it did for them. It MAY work for cancer and big diseases but it did nothing for my families issues which were depression, exhaustion, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and migraines. I am trying the diet pills but so far it has done nothing to curb my hunger. While my family members would not drink the tea because it was nasty tasting and the effects were uncomfortable, I did. I am very disappointed because I can say that I felt absolutely no benefit after faithfully taking it for 6 months. Had it worked of course I would sell it only because of that fact. One family member is now trying Young Living essential oils for Migraines. Since taking the Moringa King, She has not had a severe migraine in 3 weeks. It has not taken them away totally but thankfully it has been a marked improvement. As with all these products they are ridiculously expensive so right now only our neediest family member is on the Moringa King™ because we used our money on the zija. Because no regular AND cheaper medicine have made a dent in the Migraines that have been debilitating it has been worth it AND necessary to explore alternatives things. Thankfully we seem to have found something that has shown good possibilities. Young Living has in practice very good production practices the only criticism so far I have is the fact that they have priced their products so high that even desperate people might not be able to afford to get the help they need. It does make me MAD that ALL these companies are set up like pyramids so that you have to sell it in order to not go broke using them unless you are rich. In conclusion, I would not waste money on zija but I would try Young Living oils. I hope that maybe the rest of my family will get to try the Moringa King Produce and I would love to be able to diffuse their oils! I tried their lavender and was surprised that it really did relax me.


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