Usage of Moringa

Information from medical studies does not support the use of moringa for any health problem.

Before taking Moringa

  • Always check with your doctor before you use a natural product. Some products may not mix well with drugs or other natural products.

  • Do not use this product if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant soon. Use birth control you can trust while taking this product.

  • Do not use this product if you are breastfeeding.

  • This product may interfere with some lab tests. Be sure to talk with your doctor about this and all drugs you are taking.

  • Be sure to tell you doctor that you take this product if you are scheduled for surgery or tests.

  • If you have blood sugar problems, keep hard candies, glucose tablets, liquid glucose, or juice on hand for low blood sugar.

  • Take extra care and check with your doctor if you have:

  • Diabetes

  • Kidney problems

  • Liver problems

  • Blood or bleeding problems

  • How to use Moringa

  • Arango
  • Behen
  • Ben Ailé
  • Ben Nut Tree
  • Ben Oil
  • Ben Oléif
  • Benzoil Tree
  • Benzolive
  • Canéficier de l'Inde
  • Chinto Borrego
  • Clarifier Tree
  • Drumstick Tree
  • Horseradish Tree
  • Jacinto
  • Kelor Tree
  • Malunggay
  • Marango
  • Mlonge
  • Moringa Oleifera
  • Moringa Pterygosperma
  • Moringe de Ceylan
  • Mulaka
  • Mulangay
  • Murungakai
  • Narango
  • ndian Horseradish
  • Nebeday
  • Paraíso Blanco
  • Perla de la India
  • Pois Quéniqu
  • Sahjna
  • Saijan
  • Saijhan
  • Sajna
  • San Jacinto
  • Saragva
  • Shagara al Rauwaq
  • Shajmah
  • Shevga
  • Shigru
  • Sujana
  • Sundan
  • Terebinto
  • Tree of Life
  • Árbol de las Perlas
  • Warnings

  • Signs of a very bad reaction. These include wheezing; chest tightness; fever; itching; bad cough; blue skin color; seizures; or swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat. Go to the ER right away.

  • Signs of a very bad skin reaction. These include flu-like symptoms, such as fever and sore throat, followed by a painful skin rash with blisters that can spread to your mouth, nose, and eyes. Go the ER right away.

  • Signs of low blood sugar. These include anger, shaking, a fast heartbeat, confusion, or sweating.

  • Signs of a bleeding problem. These include bruising or bleeding that is not normal; blood in your stools or dark, tarry colored stools; changes in menstrual periods like lots of bleeding, spotting, or bleeding between cycles.

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