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9 HEALTH BENEFITS OF MANGO LEAVES

Mango nicknamed the “king of fruits” due to its immense nutritional value is a sweet fruit loved by many. It is not available all year round but the leaves of mango are. They are left to waste because many are unaware of the medicinal properties of the mango leaves.

Mango leaves are medicinal and dense in powerful phytochemicals and nutrients. They have been used for centuries in treating a wide range of diseases. And they are many scientific reports to back the healing properties of these leaves. These leaves are also safe as they are no reported side effects.

The leaves are very rich in vitamin A, B, and C; they are also rich in powerful antioxidants. There are many ways to take mango leaves as medicine; they can be taken in a tea form, decoction or in powdered form. Some cultures around the world like South East Asia cook and eat the tender leaves of a mango tree.

Mango leaves contain tannin, alkaloids, gliosis, steroids, triterpenoids, saponins, mangiferin, phenolic, and flavonoid components. In addition, mango leaves have antimicrobial properties that can be used as a functional food. Mango leaves also can inhibit the growth of bacteria. Anthocyanin content in mango leaves expressed as a character in red, purple and blue.

 

Health Benefits Of Mango Leaf

Here are the benefits of mango leaves for our health:

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Treating Diabetes

Mango leaves contain tannins and anthocyanins, which help to treat diabetes early. Mango leaves tea is very good for helping to treat diabetic angiopathy and diabetic retinopathy. It also helps to treat hyperglycemia. The leaves contain a compound called taraxerol-3beta, and the ethyl acetate extract that has a synergy with insulin and stimulates the synthesis of glycogen.

 

How to use mango leaves for diabetes

correctly is to take a 3-4 slice of mango leaves, wash it, then boil it. Let the cooking water and mango leaves after boiling until the next day. In the morning, strain the water decoction of mango leaves we made last night, and drink on an empty stomach.

Mango tea is said to have been used by European doctors to treat diabetes and vascular problems associated with diabetes. A lot of physicians claim that the mango tea has been linked to slow the progression of diabetes, and also related to the healing of blood vessels in and around the pancreas that has been damaged by diabetes.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Fixing Respiratory Problems

In the era of global warming, pollution can damage your respiratory system, can’t it? Try to stroll outside or hang out to the mall, there must be people smoking. Or just enjoy a cup of coffee on Starbuck. You most likely will experience the cigarette smoke and vehicle exhaust fumes. Well, you indirectly become a passive smoker.

So, for those of you who suffer from asthma or bronchitis or respiratory-related illnesses because of being passive smokers too often, surprisingly, a mango leaf tea is also useful for treating respiratory problems and can clean the lungs naturally.

The trick is preparing enough mango leaves, heat it with the water until it is boiling, then drink the boiled water of mango leaves regularly. Add a teaspoon of honey to get maximum results and to make a sweet taste.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Stomach Strengthening

Abdominal pain is a pain that normally happens between the chest and pelvis. Patients with abdominal pain can feel the sensation of cramps, stiffness, and impaled in the abdominal area. Almost everyone has experienced abdominal pain.

Not all stomach pain can be prevented. However, you can lower your risk by keeping your stomach up. Abdominal health is closely related to the condition of the digestive system.

Another health benefits of mango leaves is preventing and overcoming various problems or disorders in the stomach. The trick is to put some mango leaves in warm water then cover the container and leave it overnight. The next morning, strain the water and drink on an empty stomach. Do it regularly to act as a good abdominal tonic and help to prevent various stomach ailments.

 

Mango Leaves Health Stops Hiccups

If you’re troubled with frequent hiccups or other throat problems, mango leaves can be a great home remedy. Burn a few mango leaves and inhale the smoke. This helps to cure hiccups and throat problems.

 
Mango Leaves Health Benefits Hypertension

Mango leaves are rich in hypotensive compounds which help in bringing down high blood pressure. They protect the blood vessels; strengthen them and prevent them from being blocked or narrowed. Mango leaves are also effective in treating varicose veins.

Take mango tea daily to bring down high blood pressure and to also treat varicose veins.

 

Mango Leaves  Health Benefits Fever

Mango tea is effective in bringing down high body temperature during a fever attack. When sick; take mango leave tea or decoction.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits  For Restlessness

These leaves are effective in relieving anxiety which can lead to restlessness; you can take mango tea or decoction daily to fight restlessness. You can also 3 cups of mango tea or decoction to your bath water; this will relieve you and help you rest better.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Improving  reproductive organs

Pregnancy is the most awaited period after marriage. The process of pregnancy and have a baby can boost the happiness of married life, bring love and affection between families, and improve the relationship of husband and wife. These are things that cause many couples who can not wait for pregnancy coming.

Mango leaves have been used for centuries to boost fertility; it balances the levels of reproductive hormones; it increases sexual urge and supplies the body with vital nutrients and phytochemicals needed for reproduction.

Not only in vegetables such as sprouts are able to provide fertility for both women and men. But the properties of mango leaves are also able to increase fertility for couples. So if you want to quickly get a baby, change your tea habit by drinking mango leaf tea.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Mouthwash

Maybe not many people know that old mango leaves are useful for the treatment of unhealthy gums and teeth. But it also can be used for the dental care of the gums and teeth for normal people. The trick is to pluck some old mango leaves and clean it properly.

After that steeping mango leaves and then brew it with hot water until the water is turning yellowish. This boiled mango leaves can be used for the treatment of teeth and gums. It will take the salt in our mouth when we’re rinsing it.

Next time you see a mango leaf, think of it both as a drug and a part of a plant.

https://www.kindahtropicals.com/mango-leaves-diabetes-hypertension

 

REFERENCES

1. Liu, R.H. Health benefits of fruit and vegetables are from additive and synergistic combinations of phytochemicals. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 2003, 78:517S–520S.

 

2. Micha, R.; Peñalvo, J.L.; Cudhea, F.; Imamura, F.; Rehm, C.D.; Mozaffarian, D. Association Between Dietary Factors and Mortality From Heart Disease, Stroke, and Type 2 Diabetes in the United States. JAMA 2017, 317:912-924.

 

 

3. Willett, W.C. Diet, nutrition, and avoidable cancer. Environ. Health Perspect. 1995, 103:165–170.

 

4. Temple, N.J. Antioxidants and disease: more questions than answers. Nutr. Res. 2000, 20:449–459.

 

5. Acevedo LM, Raya AI, Martinez-Moreno JM, Aguilera-Tejero E, Rivero JLL (2017) Mangiferin protects against adverse skeletal muscle changes and enhances muscle oxidative capacity in obese rats. PLoS One 12: e0173028.

 

6. Okwu DE, Ezenagu V (2008) Evaluation of the Phytochemical Composition of Mango (Mangifera Indica Linn) Stem Bark and Leaves. Int J Chem Sci 6: 705-16.

 

7. Dzamic AM, Marin PD, Gbolade AA, Ristic MS (2010) Chemical Composition of Mangifera indica Essential Oil From Nigeria. J Essen Oil Res 22: 123-5.

 

8. Yusakul G, Kitirattrakarn W, Tanwanichkul N, Tanaka H, Putalun W (2012) Development and Application of an Enzyme‐linked Immunosorbent Assay for Specific Detection of Mangiferin Content in Various Cultivars of Mangifera indica Leaves Using Anti‐mangiferin Polyclonal Antibody. J Food Sci 77: 414-9.

 

9. Sharma BG, Mammen D, Albert S Assessment of Mangiferin in Thirty Varieties of Mangifera Indica L. (Anacardiaceae). Int J Pharmacol 4: 169-73.

 

10. Pokorski M, Rekawek A, Zasada I, Antosiewicz J, Delgado R (2012) Antioxidation and the hypoxic ventilatory response. Adv Exp Med Biol 758: 373-80.

Kindah Tropicals

Presents

Herbal Remedies Series

9 HEALTH BENEFITS OF MANGO LEAVES

Mango nicknamed the “king of fruits” due to its immense nutritional value is a sweet fruit loved by many. It is not available all year round but the leaves of mango are. They are left to waste because many are unaware of the medicinal properties of the mango leaves.

Mango leaves are medicinal and dense in powerful phytochemicals and nutrients. They have been used for centuries in treating a wide range of diseases. And they are many scientific reports to back the healing properties of these leaves. These leaves are also safe as they are no reported side effects.

The leaves are very rich in vitamin A, B, and C; they are also rich in powerful antioxidants. There are many ways to take mango leaves as medicine; they can be taken in a tea form, decoction or in powdered form. Some cultures around the world like South East Asia cook and eat the tender leaves of a mango tree.

Mango leaves contain tannin, alkaloids, gliosis, steroids, triterpenoids, saponins, mangiferin, phenolic, and flavonoid components. In addition, mango leaves have antimicrobial properties that can be used as a functional food. Mango leaves also can inhibit the growth of bacteria. Anthocyanin content in mango leaves expressed as a character in red, purple and blue.

 

Health Benefits Of Mango Leaf

Here are the benefits of mango leaves for our health:

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Treating Diabetes

Mango leaves contain tannins and anthocyanins, which help to treat diabetes early. Mango leaves tea is very good for helping to treat diabetic angiopathy and diabetic retinopathy. It also helps to treat hyperglycemia. The leaves contain a compound called taraxerol-3beta, and the ethyl acetate extract that has a synergy with insulin and stimulates the synthesis of glycogen.

 

How to use mango leaves for diabetes

correctly is to take a 3-4 slice of mango leaves, wash it, then boil it. Let the cooking water and mango leaves after boiling until the next day. In the morning, strain the water decoction of mango leaves we made last night, and drink on an empty stomach.

Mango tea is said to have been used by European doctors to treat diabetes and vascular problems associated with diabetes. A lot of physicians claim that the mango tea has been linked to slow the progression of diabetes, and also related to the healing of blood vessels in and around the pancreas that has been damaged by diabetes.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Fixing Respiratory Problems

In the era of global warming, pollution can damage your respiratory system, can’t it? Try to stroll outside or hang out to the mall, there must be people smoking. Or just enjoy a cup of coffee on Starbuck. You most likely will experience the cigarette smoke and vehicle exhaust fumes. Well, you indirectly become a passive smoker.

So, for those of you who suffer from asthma or bronchitis or respiratory-related illnesses because of being passive smokers too often, surprisingly, a mango leaf tea is also useful for treating respiratory problems and can clean the lungs naturally.

The trick is preparing enough mango leaves, heat it with the water until it is boiling, then drink the boiled water of mango leaves regularly. Add a teaspoon of honey to get maximum results and to make a sweet taste.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Stomach Strengthening

Abdominal pain is a pain that normally happens between the chest and pelvis. Patients with abdominal pain can feel the sensation of cramps, stiffness, and impaled in the abdominal area. Almost everyone has experienced abdominal pain.

Not all stomach pain can be prevented. However, you can lower your risk by keeping your stomach up. Abdominal health is closely related to the condition of the digestive system.

Another health benefits of mango leaves is preventing and overcoming various problems or disorders in the stomach. The trick is to put some mango leaves in warm water then cover the container and leave it overnight. The next morning, strain the water and drink on an empty stomach. Do it regularly to act as a good abdominal tonic and help to prevent various stomach ailments.

 

Mango Leaves Health Stops Hiccups

If you’re troubled with frequent hiccups or other throat problems, mango leaves can be a great home remedy. Burn a few mango leaves and inhale the smoke. This helps to cure hiccups and throat problems.

 
Mango Leaves Health Benefits Hypertension

Mango leaves are rich in hypotensive compounds which help in bringing down high blood pressure. They protect the blood vessels; strengthen them and prevent them from being blocked or narrowed. Mango leaves are also effective in treating varicose veins.

Take mango tea daily to bring down high blood pressure and to also treat varicose veins.

 

Mango Leaves  Health Benefits Fever

Mango tea is effective in bringing down high body temperature during a fever attack. When sick; take mango leave tea or decoction.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits  For Restlessness

These leaves are effective in relieving anxiety which can lead to restlessness; you can take mango tea or decoction daily to fight restlessness. You can also 3 cups of mango tea or decoction to your bath water; this will relieve you and help you rest better.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Improving  reproductive organs

Pregnancy is the most awaited period after marriage. The process of pregnancy and have a baby can boost the happiness of married life, bring love and affection between families, and improve the relationship of husband and wife. These are things that cause many couples who can not wait for pregnancy coming.

Mango leaves have been used for centuries to boost fertility; it balances the levels of reproductive hormones; it increases sexual urge and supplies the body with vital nutrients and phytochemicals needed for reproduction.

Not only in vegetables such as sprouts are able to provide fertility for both women and men. But the properties of mango leaves are also able to increase fertility for couples. So if you want to quickly get a baby, change your tea habit by drinking mango leaf tea.

 

Mango Leaves Health Benefits Mouthwash

Maybe not many people know that old mango leaves are useful for the treatment of unhealthy gums and teeth. But it also can be used for the dental care of the gums and teeth for normal people. The trick is to pluck some old mango leaves and clean it properly.

After that steeping mango leaves and then brew it with hot water until the water is turning yellowish. This boiled mango leaves can be used for the treatment of teeth and gums. It will take the salt in our mouth when we’re rinsing it.

Next time you see a mango leaf, think of it both as a drug and a part of a plant.

https://www.kindahtropicals.com/mango-leaves-diabetes-hypertension

 

REFERENCES

1. Liu, R.H. Health benefits of fruit and vegetables are from additive and synergistic combinations of phytochemicals. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 2003, 78:517S–520S.

 

2. Micha, R.; Peñalvo, J.L.; Cudhea, F.; Imamura, F.; Rehm, C.D.; Mozaffarian, D. Association Between Dietary Factors and Mortality From Heart Disease, Stroke, and Type 2 Diabetes in the United States. JAMA 2017, 317:912-924.

 

 

3. Willett, W.C. Diet, nutrition, and avoidable cancer. Environ. Health Perspect. 1995, 103:165–170.

 

4. Temple, N.J. Antioxidants and disease: more questions than answers. Nutr. Res. 2000, 20:449–459.

 

5. Acevedo LM, Raya AI, Martinez-Moreno JM, Aguilera-Tejero E, Rivero JLL (2017) Mangiferin protects against adverse skeletal muscle changes and enhances muscle oxidative capacity in obese rats. PLoS One 12: e0173028.

 

6. Okwu DE, Ezenagu V (2008) Evaluation of the Phytochemical Composition of Mango (Mangifera Indica Linn) Stem Bark and Leaves. Int J Chem Sci 6: 705-16.

 

7. Dzamic AM, Marin PD, Gbolade AA, Ristic MS (2010) Chemical Composition of Mangifera indica Essential Oil From Nigeria. J Essen Oil Res 22: 123-5.

 

8. Yusakul G, Kitirattrakarn W, Tanwanichkul N, Tanaka H, Putalun W (2012) Development and Application of an Enzyme‐linked Immunosorbent Assay for Specific Detection of Mangiferin Content in Various Cultivars of Mangifera indica Leaves Using Anti‐mangiferin Polyclonal Antibody. J Food Sci 77: 414-9.

 

9. Sharma BG, Mammen D, Albert S Assessment of Mangiferin in Thirty Varieties of Mangifera Indica L. (Anacardiaceae). Int J Pharmacol 4: 169-73.

 

10. Pokorski M, Rekawek A, Zasada I, Antosiewicz J, Delgado R (2012) Antioxidation and the hypoxic ventilatory response. Adv Exp Med Biol 758: 373-80.