Moringa- referred to as the Tree of Life in its native India - has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for more than 5,000 years. Moringa oleifera is revered as a rich source of nutrients and antioxidants. It is a gift from nature, with all parts of the tree being beneficial as food and medicine. The leaves in particular have a high content of proteins, iron, calcium, potassium, Vitamins C, A and E. They can be eaten either raw, cooked or brewed as a tea. Dried and processed into a powder they leaves preserve well without losing their effect. Highly bioavailable, so readily absorbed it’s the perfect allrounder for the essential vitamins and minerals we need for a robust immune system.
The special thing about our Moringa capsules is the combination of Moringa leaf powder and Moringa leaf extract which contains 10 times as many nutrients as the leaf powder. The Moringa leaves are dried and processed directly on site in a gentle spray drying process without the use of chemicals and at a maximum of 30 degrees. In this way, a large part of the nutrients are retained in the leaf powder. In addition to Moringa leaf and Moringa extract our capsules also contain Vitamin C providing further protection for immunity.
Moringa Berry Tea
Moringa Berry is perfect for lovers of fruity tea because we have added organic redcurrant, raspberry, rosehip and superfruit Acai Berry to the Moringa leaves. We have also added our popular anti-oxidant rich Sencha green tea to the mix which gives a pleasant invigorating taste.
Moringa Mint Tea
Moringa Mint is wonderfully invigorating and tangy tea, combining the health benefits of dried Moringa leaves with lemongrass, spearmint and ginger. A great alternative to caffeine and bursting with vitamins.
The versatile all-rounder Moringa Oleifera is recommended for anyone who wants to cover their daily extra need for many important vitamins, minerals and trace elements easily and naturally. Join us in our love for this miracle tree
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