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A Healing Plant

I have just learned about a plant remedy that has phenomenal healing power, so I am sharing. It is moringa powder – you can use Amazon and order capsules, or order the powder and empty capsules and the machine and make your own. It’s cheaper to make your own. Also, my bff, Nadine, who turned me on to this, said it has totally eliminated her arthritis pain which was major. She has a friend who is growing the plant so she no longer has to order the powder. It will grow in a hot climate and Florida qualifies, but that is not an option for everyone. The lazy one here (me) doesn’t want to tend a plant and dry the leaves, etc. so I won’t be doing that.

Here are links that that can inform you.

#homesteading #bigfamilyhomestead#familyfriendly

https://youtu.be/vYDnDq5nPcA


It can also have a healing effect on cancer patients. I have several issues and from what I hear, they can all be solved with this powder.

Nadine is going to give me a tutorial on how to fill the capsules but she’s going to be out of town for a couple of weeks, so I have ordered a bottle of the finished product from Amazon (under $20). If you do order, get the organic one.

Let me know if you try it and if it helps.

xx, Teal

posted on July 6, 2019 8:18 AM ()

Comments:

The powder was mailed already from Amazon. I tried it as tea, 1 teaspoon -- but to be palatable that way it needed a spoon or two of honey.
comment by drmaus on July 7, 2019 5:38 PM ()
my friend tried the powder added to drinks and food, said it didn't work. the capsules work for her. so if you get no result, you might try capsules.
reply by tealstar on July 8, 2019 12:36 PM ()
Kratom acts on opioid receptors but it's not an opioid. But some people have used it to treat opioid addiction. Don't trust the Internet!
comment by jjoohhnn on July 7, 2019 12:08 PM ()
I've been using Kratom since last fall and it is wonderful for pain. On the down side, it seems to be a stool-hardener. My problem had always been the opposite since my galbladder was removed in 2010. I had such a painful incident yesterday morning that I'm afraid to use kartom today.
Kratom also comes in powder or caps and I buy the powder in 250g packages. It doesn't taste all that great going down, but i put some in a cup and add an ounce or two of coffee and stir. I'm much too cheap to buy the caps and not ambitious enough to make my own. I'll check out moringa. I have way too much kratom to quit (add lax) but this might be good as an addition.
comment by jjoohhnn on July 7, 2019 5:49 AM ()
I hadn't heard about kratom so I looked it up. It is an opiode. My friend says she has experienced no side effects from moringa. Let me know your experience if you try moringa. I am eager to get on it. My quality of life is in the toilet.
reply by tealstar on July 7, 2019 6:20 AM ()
I am willing to try it. Note to Dramus...go easy on the ibuprofen because it can damage the kidneys.
comment by elderjane on July 6, 2019 5:01 PM ()
I might try the powder. My ankles and toes have firmly joined the list of trouble joints where I get pain if I'm overtired and/or not taking enough ibuprofen.
comment by drmaus on July 6, 2019 10:18 AM ()

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