Anti inflammatory and anti viral effects of potassium (K)and chemical composition of Moringa, prof. Ignat Ignatov

Anti inflammatory and anti viral effects of potassium (K) and chemical composition of Moringa

Prof. Ignat Ignatov

DSc, Professor, Scientific Research Center of Medical Biophysics (SRCMB), Sofia, Bulgaria

 

ABSTRACT

Moringa tree
Moringa tree

Moringa grows in parts of Africa and Asia and is a flowering plant from herb to tree. There are 13 types of Moringa. It is growing in the Himalayas in northwestern India. In Africa, it grows in Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Ghana, Nigeria and more. For capsules, leaves and roots are used. Oil is used for nuts. Moringa is characterized by high levels of potassium (K). Patients with COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus have a decrease in potassium levels in the body.
In 2017, the author makes a spectral analysis of Moringa oil (Ignatov, 2017). The analysis justifies the application of Moringa for coronaviruses. The great advantage of Moringa is that potassium and the chemical compounds are in organic form and are well absorbed by the body.

1. INTRODUCTION

A study has shown low level of Potasium in patients with COVID-19 (Dong Chen et al., 2020) (1,2). Moringa oil has pronounced anti-inflammatory and antiviral effects, demonstrated by spectral analysis (3). The author also analyzes three SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus prevention products. These are water Catholyte, methylene blue in Oxidal and nano colloidal silver (4,5,6). Patients with chronic laryngitis, pharyngitis and rhinitis were monitored in 2017 and Moringa oil was used with drops in the throat and nose. The effect is permanent. In the beginning, Moringa oil causes pain in the throat, which gradually vanish. Moringa capsules are also taken. There is a research in Total Phenolic Content, in vitro and the pronounced anti-inflammatory effects of Moringa. (Alhakmari, Kumar, Kham, 2013) (7).
The study shows the mathematical model of interaction with water of Moringa capsules and Moringa oil. In this report are submitted data about the interaction of of Moringa capsules and Moringa oil¬ with water, obtained by non-equilibrium (NES) and differential-equilibrium energy spectrum (DNES) of water. The average energy (∆EH... O) of hydrogen Н…O-bonds among individual molecules 2 after treatment of Moringa capsules with water measured by NES- and DNES-methods is ∆E=-0.0077±0.0011 eV. This result suggests the restructuring of ∆EH... O values among H2O molecules with a statistically reliable increase of local extremums in NES- and DNES-spectra. There is review of the effects of the chemical composition of Moringa capsules – anti-inflammatory and effects on the nervous system and blood pressure. With methods NES the author show the following effects – relaxing effect of nervous system, anti-inflammatory and inhibition of tumor cells. As results of these effects Moringa capsules has anti aging influence. The base of this influence is anti-inflammatory effect. This article deals with the review of the basic biophysical-biochemical and biological processes underlying the Moringa capsules. The author is studying their physical-chemical properties and biophysical and biological effects on human organism.There are directly anti inflammatory effects of Moringa extract on the rhinitis, pharyngitis and laryngitis.
Research show that Moringa oil can be used in patients with COVID-19 to maintain high levels of potassium and have an antivirus effect of Gallic Acid. Moringa can also be used as a preventative treatment for patients with COVID-19 due to the pronounced anti-inflammatory and antiviral effects.

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