Moringa Leaf Powder (Moringa Oleifera)

12.50 incl. VAT

Packing unit: glass 100 g

100% Moringa powder; Moringa leaf powder is supplied in practical, resealable glass.
No artificial ingredients, dyes or preservatives.
Raw food, vegan.

The Moringa oleifera is a true miracle tree!

Moringa powder is derived from the Moringa tree, originally native to the Himalayan region, which is considered by far the most nutritious plant on earth.

Moringa powder is ideal for making green smoothies. It tastes just as good as a spicy treat in savoury dishes such as salads or soups, and also in desserts.

Its leaves are extremely nutritious, which is why Moringa is also considered a nutrient bomb in our latitudes: Moringa contains almost 100 different nutrients and vital substances that are important for the body: vitamins, proteins, flavonoids, phytonutrients, 18 Amino acids, essential micro nutrients, 46 antioxidants and much more. Traditionally, all plant parts of the horseradish tree are used.

The Moringa tree is no longer grown only in India, but now in the tropics and subtropics worldwide, especially in the countries of Africa, Arabia, Southeast Asia and the Caribbean Islands. The leaves especially contain numerous valuable nutrients and vital substances in an optimal combination.

These include:

  • Proteins
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Trace elements
  • Essential amino acids
  • Antioxidants
  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Zeatin

Moringa is considered the most nutritious plant in the world with almost 100 nutrients and vital substances. According to the statements of the traditional Ayurvedic Moringa medicine can prevent about 300 diseases. The Moringa tree is not know as a “miracle tree” because of this. Particularly impressive, is that Moringa can clean heavily polluted water too. The grated seeds bind suspended particles and bacteria in the water and sink with them into the ground – leaving behind clear drinking water. It is believed that the powdered leaf could have a similar cleaning effect on the whole organism.

Tip: Because the Moringa powder is very fine, it is difficult to dissolve. First stir into a paste with a little liquid and then mix with the remaining liquid. This allows the fine powder to dissolve better.