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Moringa Benefits

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Just how nutritious is Moringa Oleifera? And how about all of the Health claims I have read? Click Here to learn more.

Growing Moringa

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So you’re thinking about planting a few Moringa Trees. That’s great! From planting to harvesting – learn more here.

Eating Moringa

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You have heard Moringa is an incredibly healthy food but how do you add it to your diet? This section is for you.


Moringa: Small Leaves that Make a BIG Difference

Still largely unknown in the United States, Moringa packs a serious nutritional-punch, and has the potential of being a real heavy weight player in promoting personal health!

Moringa oleifera leaves are packed full of nutrition!

Gram for Gram Fresh Moringa Leaves Contain:

     4x more calcium than milk

     3x more vitamin C than oranges

     2.5x more protein than yogurt,

     2x more iron than spinach, the

     same amount of potassium as bananas, and the

     same amount of vitamin A of carrots!

If that isn’t enough moringa leaves also contain 18 amino acids including all 9 essential amino acids required by the human body.

The slender and inconspicuous Moringa tree, native to northwestern India, is cultivated and used through much of the world’s tropical belt and even some sub-tropical regions. It is one of the most nutrient dense foods available. In fact here is what the The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) stated about Moringa:

“Leaves are rich in protein, vitamins A, B and C, and minerals – Moringa products have antibiotic, antitrypanosomal, hypotensive, antispasmodic, antiulcer, antiinflammatory, hypo-cholesterolemic, and hypoglycemic properties.”

Speaking to the high levels of antioxidants found in moringa the journal Plant Foods for Human Nutrition published:

“…Moringa oleifera both mature and tender leaves have potent antioxidant activity against free radicals, prevent oxidative damage to major biomolecules and afford significant protection against oxidative damage.”

If you have access to fresh leaves through a local market, you are fortunate as Moringa is arguably the most nutritious plant in the world! Fresh leaves are the healthiest way to capitalize on Moringa’s nutritional strength. If you do not have access to fresh leaves, consider growing your own tree(s). If growing is not possible, purchasing dried leaf powder is still another option that will provide you with nearly all of the nutritional benefits.

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Product Reviews

  • Moringa Capsules Made From Certified Organic Moringa
    Rated 5 out of 5

    Moringa Capsules: From USDA Certified Organic Moringa ($24.95 $19.95)
    reviewed by Joe G.

    Excellent delivery.

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  • Certified Organic Moringa Tea Pomegranate
    Rated 4 out of 5

    Moringa Tea: USDA Certified Organic Moringa Oleifera Leaf Tea ($12.95$24.95)
    reviewed by Emily Kamuabo

    I like this tea but the price is a little high given that I need to take 1 - 2 bags per day. I discovered that it helped me with my digestion after asking my niece if I could take a couple bags from hers and try. I heard about it in the past but did not know what it was good for. My niece told me to take the whole thing, she just purchased it form Ross but did not care to use it. I took it home and let sit for 3 ms. I was afraid to use it too given what I have heard about Chinese herb tea negative impact on the body. But, I decided to use it and was impressed how natural it was. I run out and tried to it in grocery stores but no one had it. I wonder why it is not in the stores!

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