Moringa is a source of over 90 nutrients! Additionally, Moringa is acclaimed for having 47 anti-oxidants and 36 anti-inflammatories! Add to that a 25% protein and a complete plant protein at that. This means it contains 18 amino acids including all 9 essential amino acids! In the case of Moringa, the synergistic effect of all these bioavailable nutrients is incredibly powerful!
This is definitely one food you want to add to your diet and take each and every day!
Moringa capsules are a great option for easily adding Moringa to your diet. Each bottle contains 120 easy-to-swallow capsules, containing 400mg of only raw Moringa powder.
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All our organic Moringa capsules are vegan, and filled with 100% USDA-certified pure Moringa leaf powder. No fillers, flow agents or other impurities.
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Directions for Use
There is no set Moringa capsules dosage or an exact number of how many Moringa capsules you should consume each day. Remember, Moringa capsules simply contain powerful raw food. That being said, you will want to start by taking at least 4 capsules (1.6 grams of Moringa powder) daily. After a week or two, you can double your daily intake to 8 capsules a day if desired. Again, there are no rules with eating Moringa. It’s a healthy, whole food; and we love it!
Feel free to take your Moringa capsules with or without a meal. You can take them in the morning and evening or simply take them all at once at any time of the day.
When you feel you are coming down with sickness, experiencing a lot of stress, or struggling to get the sleep as your body needs, consider taking more capsules than your normal daily amount. These are the situations where Moringa makes a tremendous difference!
Any information on A Healthy Leaf is given for informational purposes only. This information is not meant as medical advice or as a substitute for medical advice. This information shouldn’t be used for diagnosing or treating any disease or health issue. Having said that, here is what we can say about side effects.
If you are on blood thinners you will want to notify your physician to discuss Moringa. Moringa just like other leafy greens contains vitamin K. Since vitamin K is used by the body to help blood clot, Moringa will limit the effectiveness of blood thinners which are used to slow the clotting of blood. After you tell your physician how much Moringa you plan on taking each day they can adjust your blood thinners accordingly. Besides this simple interaction with blood thinners, we don’t know of any negative side effects of Moringa — just a lot of benefits!