No Doctor Can Cure His Liver Problems But After Using The Seeds Of This Popular Leafy Vegetable, They Were All Surprised


Moringa oleifera, also known as drumstick tree, is a highly valued and versatile plant.

Although modern science has only recently discovered its value, moringa has been imparting a multitude of benefits across various cultures since ancient times.

Moringa contains an immense wealth of healthy components and phytonutrients.

Due to its extraordinary and unmatched range of medicinal benefits, it was named the “miracle tree”.

In the Philippines, it is revered as mother’s best friend because of its galactogogic properties.

In Japan, a man named Yasuo Matsuoka was diagnosed with liver disease.

He was featured in Bandila X-tra, an international Emmy-nominated late night news broadcast of ABS-CBN in the Philippines where he shared his story on how malunggay helped him when he was diagnosed with liver cirrhosis last 2005.

Yasuo’s wife, Gena was worried about him because if he will not be treated as early as possible, his disease could lead to cancer.

However, Yasuo doesn’t want to take any kind of medicine because of its side effects.

Later on, Yasuo tried to eat dried seeds of malunggay. He heard of it's numerous benefits and he liked it because it's pure natural.

Gena was surprised when her husband's condition became normal just barely three months of eating dried malunggay seeds.

“Nagulat ako na after three months, bumalik na sa normal yung asawa ko,” Gena said on her interview with Bandila.

Now, Gena are encouraging more Filipinos to discover the hidden wonders of malunggay and use it as a profitable business.

Watch the video below:

Source: The Artikulo Uno News
No Doctor Can Cure His Liver Problems But After Using The Seeds Of This Popular Leafy Vegetable, They Were All Surprised No Doctor Can Cure His Liver Problems But After Using The Seeds Of This Popular Leafy Vegetable, They Were All Surprised Reviewed by Admiin Artikulo on 8:06 PM Rating: 5
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