Moringa Tree is an exceptionally nutritious tree with a variety of potential uses. The tree is slender with drooping branches, and grows up to 10 meters in height. The Moringa tree grows very quickly- it comes into leaves at the end of the dry season, when other foods are the scarcest. Actually, the Moringa grows quickly in any tropical climate. Moringa is a versatile plant that can be grown as a tree or as a “perennial-vegetable” under intensive cultivation. Within six months of planting a seed or a piece of trunk, one can cut leaves from the tree. The leaves can be cooked, which looks like cooked spinach, or dried, ground over a screen for several days, and ground into a fine powder that can be added to almost anything as a nutrient supplement.
Moringa Leaf Powder has the greatest impact on those who are more vulnerable: malnourished children, pregnant or lactating women, children at weaning age, and the elderly. Malnourished children ages 1-3 years should consume three rounded tablespoons (25g) of Moringa Leaf Powder each day. Pregnant or lactating women
- 7 times the vitamin C in oranges
- 4 times the calcium in milk
- 4 times the vitamin A in carrots
- 2 times the protein in milk
- 3 times the potassium in bananas
- Effectively works on hypertension
- Good for Lactating Mother
- Effectively works on Osteoporosis
- Good for Pregnant women for multi vitamins, iron and calcium
- Controls diabetes
Directions To Use:
Moringa leaves powder can be added to any food or beverage and it will increase the vitamin, mineral and protein content. It should be added just before serving as the powder loses its effectiveness when cooked.
3 tsp (approx 25 gm) per day can be consumed by children and adults. 6 tsp (50 gm) per day can be consumed by pregnant or lactating women