Is Moringa Good For Blood Pressure 

By  Jim Ken

Can Moringa Help Blood Pressure and Hypertension?

People these days more than ever before seem to be health-conscious and eager to know different home remedies for different health conditions. There are hundreds of solutions and preventions listed everywhere for curing hypertension. In this article, we will certainly focus on knowing a bit more about blood pressure and hypertension and how moringa can be a good solution for reducing blood pressure backed by some really good research. The good thing is that all forms or moringa help.

We also have a detailed post on moringa for diabetes.


Hypertension is a condition that increases blood pressure. Other names are  Benign essential hypertension, Essential hypertension, HBP, HTN and Hypertension. 

Blood pressure is the pressure or push of your blood being forced against the walls of your arteries as it flows around the body. Every time your heart beats, it pumps blood into the arteries. Your blood pressure is at its highest when your heart beats, pumping the blood. This is called the systolic pressure. When your heart is at rest, between beats, your blood pressure falls. This is called diastolic pressure.

Blood pressure which is too high can result in severe damage to you. This said condition usually shows no early symptoms until severe pain is felt that’s why it is also called a “silent killer”. Having said that, regular check-ups by a health professional must be done. It normally occurs in people over 40 years of age.

Hypertension is often caused by unhealthy diets such as excessive consumption of salt, taking in high trans fat and saturated fat, consumption of tobacco and alcohol, physical inactivity, being obese or overweight, and a family history of this condition is also relevant. To find out more please consult your health professional.

MORINGA for Blood Pressure

On the other hand, moringa leaves (Moringa oleifera) is a native nutritional plant usually grown in countries like India, Philippines, and other tropical countries. It has been traditionally used as a medicine for bacterial, viral, and fungal infections. As well as inflammation, skin and hair problems, and many more. 

With all its tons of health benefits, it has long been studied about how this plant helps medical conditions such as hypertension. Let’s dig deeper into how Moringa works for this said problem.


According to a study published from International Journal of Multidisciplinary Education and Research from 2018, Moringa leaves (Moringa oleifera) are known to have a high content of potassium, zinc, flavonoids, and vitamin C and E. They are also packed with antioxidants that can protect cells from damage, reduce fat, and boost the immune system. Moreover, it is also diuretic because of high water content which helps lower the blood pressure. There have been many research studies on how moringa helps lower blood pressure.[REF]

Vitamin C and flavonoids are also important factors in treating hypertension because they increases the rate of cholesterol excretion, also an essential compound to produce nitric oxide which supports the normal functioning of blood vessels.

Potassium also affects the skeletal and heart muscle activity through changes in the concentration of myocardial irritability and rhythm through combating sodium that is proven to raise blood pressure.

They have concluded that a leaf extract of Moringa oleifera can decrease systolic blood pressure, a decrease in diastolic blood pressure.. In other words, it can be an helpful in handling hypertensive patients with hypercholesterolemia. 


It is widely available and we have a great review about the best Moringa supplements. With that, you can easily add this to your daily food routine in so many ways. You can take in either through powder or tea. Other ways could be adding it into your smoothie, baking it into anything, adding it into your salad dressing, sprinkle it into your soups, or stir it into your water. 

Additionally, it is also important to talk to your doctor regularly, especially if you are pregnant, prone to allergic reactions, or having other serious conditions other than hypertensions. 

Stress management and Moringa

After taking your daily moringa supplement remember to try to reduce stress. Here are some tips.

Learning how to take control of your stress levels plus remembering to communicate with loved ones or your health professional when stressed is essential to keeping  good mental and emotional health. 

Start your Day Right with Moringa

Rushing around like a crazy person at the start of your day is just not the right way to begin your day. 

Use a cup of moringa tea as a trigger to calm down!

Think about what you need to do and try not stress. If it seems like too much - get a piece of paper and write all the things down that you need to do and then number them in the order that you will do them.  Next take a deep breath and then decide what can be done the night before. Even doing 2 or 3 things the night before just before bed really helps and you will find you sleep better - knowing that you do not have to do these in the morning.

I call it my moringa morning magic!

Final words

Many people refer to moringa as the “miracle tree” across almost all parts of the world.

This is because of it is really dense in nutrients and high in components that are strong in medicinal properties. Moringa is also rich in antioxidants that fight to reduce damaging oxygen-free radicals, which are known to be bad with respect to cholesterol build-up and inflammation.

Research suggests that moringa is likely to be a key helper to reduce the number of free radicals, improve the function of the heart. Plus eating moringa every day will help to prevent cell degradation along blood vessel walls.

Moringa is also high in fiber. Fiber assists with heart health by helping bowel movement, also lowering cholesterol, and thus lowering the risk of stroke.

Jim Ken

I'm Jim, one of the passionate voices behind Daily Detox Hacks. My mission with Dailydetoxhacks.com is to bring you the latest trends in Healthy, Non-Toxic Living, and more. I bring a scientific approach to research.

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