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Let us introduce you to... Moringa!

Updated: May 7, 2021

Most of our products are made from Moringa, a fantastic plant rich in numerous properties!

The Moringa tree is native to the East Indies, but we can find it throughout the planet's tropical belt. If it grows in its ideal conditions, It can reach up to 10 meters in height.

Moringa is a perfect example of those plants whose properties and benefits are gradually being discovered. More in general, studies tell us that the plant kingdom is inhabited by about 350,000 different species, of which only a few thousand have been thoroughly studied. By this, we can understand the vastity of nature and how many plants that could benefit human health are yet to be discovered.

Benefits and Properties of Moringa

After this small introduction, let's look a little more in-depth about Moringa, which is very high in amino acid content.

Proteins are made up of amino acids, so Moringa contains double the protein found in yoghurt, four times the vitamin A had in carrots, three times the potassium found in bananas and four times the calcium that would be provided by milk. Besides, it contains seven times more vitamin C than the presence of this vitamin in oranges.

Moringa is rich in minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin C and vitamin A, many B vitamins, but not B12 because this is only of animal origin. #vegan

It is also excellent for athletes and their muscle mass, not only for the significant presence of amino acids but also for minerals. During sport, the tired muscle loses proteins, and during the loss of sweat, many minerals are lost too, so you would need to rebalance them with Moringa.

Rich in vitamin B, magnesium and antioxidants such as quercetin, it is widely demonstrated that it could help many conditions, from cancer to allergies of all kinds, and from inflammation to viruses, making it both nutritious and valuable if taken regularly.

There are a thousand Moringa uses, for example, in leaves, in powder etc., as with any new plant, start taking it slowly until you find your ideal dosage. It is highly dense in nutrients, so you don't need it too much, as the body will only absorb the nutrients it needs and excrete the rest.

Herbal tea of Moringa leaves

Using dried Moringa leaves, you can get an exceptional herbal tea.

Herbal tea with dried Moringa leaves is one of the most well-known uses of this extraordinary plant.

Here's how to easily prepare it at home.

  • Bring the water to boiling point at 100 °

  • Infuse the Moringa leaves for 7/10 minutes

  • Enjoy it!

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