Moringa leaf powder is produced by harvesting, drying then milling the
leaves. The powder is extremely nutrient dense. It contains 90+
nutrients and 40+ antioxidants. It is an excellent source of vitamin A,
vitamin C, iron, protein, fibre, calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Moringa leaf powder can be used as a tea, added to beverages, sprinkled
on food. It can be used in cooking, but high temperatures destroy some
of the nutrients. A teaspoonful or so can be placed directly under the
tongue and washed down with water, being careful not to breath in the
powder. It makes a nice 'green tea' with a bit of lemon and yacon,
xylitol, or agave according to preference and taste. Great to add to
any smoothie or protein shake.
More Moringa Facts:
the iron content of the leaves is high, and they are reportedly
prescribed for anemia in the Philippines.Moringa leaves have 4 times
more Beta-Carotene than that of carrots, 17 times more calcium than that
of milk and 25 times more iron than that of Spinach.
* Moringa Leaf Powder is a rich source of ascorbic acid helps in insulin secretion.
* Eating Moringa food products is good for those suffering from malnutrition due to the high protein and fibre content.
* Detoxification - Studies have shown Moringa's ability to remove
hazardous materials from water. Its usefulness in water purification has
been demonstrated many times in University studies, in laboratories and
in the field. This is now widely studied because it's estimated that
1.3 billion people in the world use contaminated water for drinking and
cooking. It is estimated that 6 million children die each year from
infections caused by unclean water.
* Antibiotic - Moringa is
used as a topical treatment for minor infections. Its antibiotic
property is identified as Pterygospermin, a bacterial and fungicidal
compound. Its chemical description is glucosinolate 4
alpha-L-rhamnosyloxy benzyl isothiocyanate. Studies have shown an
agueous extract made from seeds was equally effective against the skin
infecting bacteria Staphylococcus aureus as the antibiotic Neomycin.
* Skin Treatment - Moringa has great healing benefits for the skin.
It has been used to cure cuts, scrapes, sores, and rashes as well as
cracking and other signs of aging.
* Anti-inflammatory - The
oral tradition of India has long praised Moringa as an anti inflammatory
for use in healing wounds. Moringa was also found to be effective in
trauma initiated chronic swelling.
* Diabetes - An extract from
the Moringa leaf has been shown to be effective in lowering blood sugar
levels within 3 hours of ingestion, though less effectively than the
standard hypoglycemic drug, glibenclamide. The effects increased with
* Traditionally, Moringa has been used for years
with no reports of negative side effects. The powder made from fresh
Moringa leaves seems to provide a long-lasting energy boost when used
regularly. People frequently report having much more endurance
throughout the day.
Our moringa is grown without any chemical or synthetic fertilizers using traditional methods. Product of India.
Analysis of Moringa dried leaf powder.
Per 100 grams.
Moisture % 7.5
Protein (g) 27.1
Fat (g) 2.3
Carbohydrate (g) 38.2
Fiber (g) 19.2
Ca (mg) 2,003
MG (mg) 368
P (mg) 204
K (mg) 1,324
Cu (mg) 0.57
Fe (mg) 28.2
S (mg) 870
Oxalic acid (mg) 1.6%
Vitamin A-B carotene (mg) 16.3
Vitamin B - choline (mg) -
Vitamin B1 - thiamin (mg) 2.64
Vitamin B2 - riboflavin (mg) 20.5
Vitamin B3 - nicotinic acid (mg) 8.2
Vitamin C 0 ascorbic acid (mg) 17.3
Vitamin E tocopherol acetate mg) 113
Arginine (g/16gN) 1.33%
Histidine (g/16gN) 0.61%
Lysine (g/16gN) 1.32%
Tryptophan (g/16gN) 0.43%
Phenylanaline (g/16gN) 1.39%
Methionine (g/16gN) 0.35%
Threonine (g/16gN) 1.19%
Leucine (g/16gN) 1.95%
Isoleucine (g/16gN) 0.83%
Valine (g/16gN) 1.06%