Moringa, known as the miracle tree, is a multivitamin packed with key nutrients for health benefits. But what does moringa have to do with liver function and hepatitis?


Is moringa leaves the right herbs for hepatitis b or c?

This leaf can be liver-friendly, however, it has not been scientifically proven to help cure or treat hepatitis.

If u want to try this herb then please read to discover the best ways to prepare this amazing herb and let us know your experience in the comment below… Maybe it does magic for you.

According to, hepatitis refers to an inflammatory condition of the liver. It’s commonly caused by a viral infection, but there are other possible causes of hepatitis. These include autoimmune hepatitis and hepatitis that occurs as a secondary result of medications, drugs, toxins, and alcohol. Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease that occurs when your body makes antibodies against your liver tissue.

Here is a breakdown of the exact functions of the liver and how moringa can support liver function. We’ll start by reviewing the function of the liver, and then explain how this superfood helps overall liver health. This makes it beneficial as a natural supplement treating hepatitis.


All in all, the liver is a pretty crucial organ for the overall functioning of the body. A sluggish or damaged liver can wreak havoc on the body, causing problems with digestion, hormones, brain fog, and even mental health. 


Several studies have shown moringa to help heal and prevent liver damage. One study showed that it helps reduce liver damage while another study showed that this plant helped protect against hepatitis; another study showed how it can help prevent liver injury altogether.


Moringa helps restore liver enzymes in a damaged liver, according to one study. As mentioned earlier, the liver is responsible for blood detoxification, bile production, fat metabolism, and overall nutrient processing. All of this is only possible with its enzymes, which help perform all of these functions.

When a liver is run down or overused, the enzymes can often be depleted, making your liver a lot less useful. It helps get those enzymes back up and running. 



Moringa is well-established as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Inflammation is essentially the root of all disease, the liver included. Your liver is responsible for glucose metabolism and bile production, both of which help digestion run properly.

When your diet is filled with lots of sugar and unhealthy fats, the liver goes a bit haywire. It starts releasing glucose back into the blood to make room for the incoming junk and gets taxed during the process.

Moringa helps reduce inflammation both in the liver and the body so that the liver can work more efficiently to handle its many tasks. We added our Anti-Inflammatory Moringa Smoothie for a double-strength smoothie that also features ginger and turmeric for an added kick. 



Recipe 1

Add a scoop of the powder to your morning green smoothie or sip on some loose-leaf moringa tea. 

Recipe 2

3 Cups of hot water
 one Teaspoon moringa powder
 one Teaspoon green tea
 10 Fresh mint leaves
 one Tablespoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice
 one Teaspoon pure maple syrup or raw honey (Optional)

Add the powder, green tea, and mint leaves to a pitcher and cover with hot water. Infuse during 5 minutes, then strain and chill until comfortable to drink.

Add the lemon juice and the sweetener, mix it, serve the tea and enjoy its flavor.

Whatever way you choose to get your daily moringa, make it a habit. Take note of any changes in overall energy you feel too, when adding it to your daily routine.

We would love to hear from you as you notice how it helps your overall health!!!