According to the ancients, the Moringa Oleifera tree was a storehouse of vitamins, minerals, proteins, and bioactive compounds. The leaves and pods of the tree were highly valued to treat malnutrition. In Asia and Africa, Moringa leaves and pods were added to soups, stews, and casseroles and consumed for their taste as well as their nutritional value.
The Ancients Did Get It Right
The benefits of Yoga for mind, body, and soul are undisputed. The asanas in Yoga help build your physical strength, while meditation and breathing exercises calm your mind and improve concentration and mental alertness.
When Yoga is a way of life for you, you automatically gravitate towards natural remedies for the various day to day problems or one-off problems that you may encounter in life.
I use the term ‘perfect partners’, because Moringa and Yoga perfectly complement each other. What Yoga facilitates for your mind and body, Moringa reinforces nutritionally. Here are two examples: