Why Choose Moringa?
What is Moringa?
Moringa Oleifera is a drought-resistant tree native to the Himalayas in Northern India and it later spread towards other tropical and sub-tropical regions of the subcontinent, including China, the Philippines and the other nearby countries of Asia. Its leaves and seed pods are often used as an herbal remedy and seasoning component to various dishes. It’s also known as the “drumstick tree” or the “miracle tree.”
What are the benefits of eating Moringa?
Moringa is commonly used to aid breastfeeding mothers, treat certain types of anemia, improve brain health, reduce oxidative stress, and help prevent metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. Since Moringa offers such a potent amount of vitamins, bioavailable antioxidants, amino acids, and other phytonutrients - it makes a wonderful general wellness supplement.
What exactly is in Moringa?
Moringa offers over 40 amino acids, including the essentials that your body can only get from diet. It also contains iron, B vitamins, 36 known anti-inflammatory nutrients, and a plethora of bioavailable antioxidants - meaning your body can actually absorb them.
Why should I take Moringa?
Moringa is great at alleviating issues relating to ageing, hormonal imbalance, inflammation, muscle soreness, fatigue, mental health issues, and various chronic conditions. It also works as a great preventative for many diseases that are caused by inflammation or oxidative stress. In short, Moringa is for everyone!
What can Moringa do for me?
We aren’t claiming that Moringa can grow you a new limb, but it can change your life by making you feel more energized, providing your daily dose of essential vitamins and proteins, and alleviating some of the symptoms that come with chronic illness. If you are vegan or vegetarian, Moringa is especially helpful because it is a great source of plant-based iron and B vitamins.
Does Moringa have caffeine in it?
Moringa does not contain caffeine or any other stimulant. However, if you’ve ever felt a boost of energy after eating a super-nutritious green smoothie or superfood salad, Moringa has the same effect. The energy it provides is long-lasting, so you won’t crash mid-afternoon.
When should you take Moringa?
It’s best to take Moringa on a daily basis for maximum effect. Your body depends on vitamins and nutrients to be available regularly, so taking Moringa once a month is not going to be as effective as taking it once a day. You can take Moringa any time of day, depending on what you’re taking it for.
How much should I take?
Generally, consuming 1-2 capsules or teaspoons of Moringa per day will allow you to absorb the proper amount of nutrients. You can add it to smoothies, sprinkle it on your food, add it to your soup, or incorporate it into your other recipes.
What does Moringa taste like?
Similar to matcha green tea, Moringa offers a slightly bitter, earthy taste. It is not significantly different than what you would expect from a potent herbal tea.
Can I take Moringa while breastfeeding?
Yes! Many women take Moringa to improve the quality and quantity of their breast milk. Moringa does not contain anything that is toxic or outside of the natural diet.
Why children should take Moringa?
Rapidly growing bodies need nutrients to aid in muscle and bone growth, brain development, mental clarity, healthy skin, hair, and nails, and to strengthen the immune system. Children imbued with nourishment during their intensive growth cycles will show higher IQ levels, improved speech and language and increased motor skills. This will set the foundation for their future healthy lifestyle.