Moringa powder comes from the leaves of a tree that has been grown for centuries around the world. There are over 13 species of Moringa and is of the family of Moringaceae, it is native to India, the Red Sea, and Africa.
It is also grown and widely known in the Philippines, Mexico, and probably other places that I am not aware of. Of all the species Moringa oleifera is the most common, and sought after and the variety that we grow and sell.
What are the Benefits of Powdered Moringa?
Moringa is high in at least 90 nutrients, including the 9 essential amino acids our bodies cannot make and must get from our diet.
Some of the nutrients include; Vitamins C, A, E, B1, B2, B3, D, along with Many Minerals,,,
The nutrients in Moringa are not in minute quantities, in fact the amount of vitamins in Moringa are higher than you would get in foods known for a certain nutrient…
For example Moringa contains many times more vitamin C than you would get from an Orange. Moringa has as much or more Calcium than Milk, and more Protein than you would get from Yogurt.
Moringa is known to cure over 300 illnesses, With Starvation and Hunger being at the top of the list.
Moringa The Miracle Tree
Discovery Channel Documentary
How to Use Powdered Moringa?
Moringa Powder can be added to Stews, Soups, Sauces, Dressings, Smoothies & Juices. Really the powder can be added to anything that is in a liquid form…
One of the easiest ways to use Moringa powder is to put it into capsules and take as a Vitamin Supplement… You can find empty capsules in Health Food Stores, Online and even Amazon has them Here!
How much will I get?
Motherlode Moringa Powder comes in an 8 ounce foil sealed bag, each bag contains 110 servings. A serving is 1 teaspoon, they recommend taking 1-2 teaspoons a day.
Can I get some right away?
If you’re like me and want to start using Moringa right away, you can order some here…
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