Does Moringa protects you from the Coronavirus?

There rate of confirmed cases of Novel Coronavirus (nCoV) also known as COVID- 19 disease across the world, from the USA to Australia, has been increasing on daily basis. Wearing face masks, maintaining proper cleanliness, boosting your immune system are your three best bets to keep away being infected with nCoV. But there are many more things you can do or have to better protect yourself against the potentially fatal virus.

Drink or eat Moringa which is known as miraculous super food
Moringa scientifically called Moringa Oleifera, is called a wonder vegetable and nature’s medicine cabinet. The World Health Organization also believes it as a low-cost health enhancer.

It’s rich in Vitamins A, C, E, protein, iron, calcium, potassium, phytochemicals, and fiber that makes it a perfect aid in boosting one’s immune system.

Philippine’s Department of Health Secretary, Francisco Duque even advised to take Moringa in their diet so as to
get a stronger immune system. Drink fruit juices full of Vitamin C. Put Moringa in your soup, he said in an interview.

Put on face masks correctly
Ever since news of the spread of nCoV broke, individuals are panic-buying face masks. While it may indeed give security, it might also offer a false sense of safety, especially if one doesn’t practice proper hygiene or does not understand how to apply it properly.

Department of Healthcare warned the citizens that the colored or blue side of the mask should face outwards. The metallic cable must fit snugly over the nose, and the mask must also cover your chin. Also, when disposing of this mask, don’t touch with the colored side, since the bacteria and viruses it has filtered are probably resting on that surface. Touch just the ear loops after removing your mask and place it straight to the bin.

We hope these hints on nCoV prevention is going to be of great assistance for everybody. And together with these preventative measures, do not forget to remain calm, remain vigilant, and equip yourself with a prayer. Stay safe, everyone!

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