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Containing over 90 nutrients and 46 antioxidants, Moringa (Moringa Oleifera) is one of nature's most nutritious foods. Ideal for helping our bodies maintain optimum health and balance.

Moringa leaves are highly nutritious and are rich in vitamins D, K, A, C, B6, Manganese, Magnesium, Lysine, Riboflavin, Calcium, Thiamin, Potassium, Iron, Protein and Niacin. Ounce for ounce, Moringa contains seven times the Vitamin C found in oranges, four times the beta carotene of carrots, three times the iron of spinach, four times as much calcium as milk, three times the potassium of bananas and more fiber than oats. Moringa also contains all 8 essential amino acids and is rich in flavonoids, including Quercetin, Kaempferol, Beta-Sitosterol, Caffeoylquinic acid and Zeatin.

Moringa is sometimes referred to as the "Miracle Tree" because all parts of the plant are edible and healthy. It can also thrive in tough climates and poor soil. Its combination of high nutrition, sustainability and hardiness has caused it to be promoted widely in Africa to help fight hunger and malnutrition.
Our Moringa is grown organically  without the use of pesticides or chemicals.
  • Contains All Eight Essential Amino Acids Provides 46 Powerful Antioxidants  Includes Both Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids  Rich in Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Fiber More Than 2 Dozen Powerful Nutrients Helps Boost the Immune System Helps Support Metabolism & Weight Loss          The nutritional benefits of Moringa are incredible. Ounce for ounce, Moringa Oliefera contains seven times the Vitamin C found in oranges, four times the Vitamin A in carrots, three times the Vitamin E in spinach, four times the Calcium in milk, andthree times the Potassium in bananas. Moringa also contains all 8 essential amino acids and is rich in flavonoids, including Quercetin, Kaempferol, Beta-Sitosterol, Caffeoylquinic Acid and Zeatin.

    This makes the Moringa Oliefera leaf an ideal natural source for the vitamins, minerals and energy your body craves. And since it is a natural plant, the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants it provides are easily absorbed in the body.

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    While it's one of the newer discoveries of modern science, Moringa has been making strides in various societies for thousands of years. Moringa continues to amaze people all over the world with its incredible balance of antioxidants, minerals and amino acids. Native to the foothills of the Himalayas, it is now widely cultivated in Africa, Central and South America, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia and the Philippines.

    In developing countries, the Moringa Oliefera trees have been used to combat malnutrition, particularly among infants and breastfeeding mothers. The leaves are very well-known to improve the volume of milk produced by nursing mothers, as well as to provide them with sufficient amounts of Calcium, Iron, Vitamin D and Folic Acid. Moringa leaves can be eaten fresh, cooked, or dried.

    Many people taking Moringa have reported improvements in their skin, digestion, eyesight, mental clarity, and overall well-being. Moringa has also been reported to alleviate headaches and help support the immune system.

    Ideal for helping our bodies maintain optimum health, Moringa Oliefera leaves have been used traditionally to:

    Help Regulate Metabolism Boost the Body's Natural Defenses Promote Healthy Skin  Assist Weight Control and Digestion Support Greater Energy  Help Detoxify the Body Help Reduce Headaches Promote Healthy Hair, Moringa capsules contain the benefits of maximum-strength organic Moringa Oleifera leaf in its purest form.

    This Organic amazing product contains 100% natural Moringa Oleifera capsules filled with pure premium Moringa Oleifera leaf powder. Moringa Oleifera is extremely rich in Vitamins, Minerals and Amino-Acids so crucial for our body. This makes Moringa leaves capsules an ideal natural organic source for all Vitamins, Minerals and Energy our body craves to.

     7 Vitamins, 6 Minerals, 18 Amino acids, 46 Anti-oxidants, High concentration of natural Anti-inflammatory agents , Natural Anti-toxins, Anti- tumors, Anti-bacterial and Anti fungal



    Moringa Oleifera main medicinal uses:

    Strengthens the immune system ** Cleans the body from toxins and heavy metals

    Extermination of parasites in the intestines ** Supporting treatment during radiation and chemotherapy

    Supporting treatment during lack of appetite in children and adults ** Helping with Osteoporosis treatment

    Supporting with Diabetes treatment  ** Intestine infections **Gum infections ** Prostate infection

    Various skin diseases ** Breathing disease ** Headaches and Migraines **Arthritis ** Gout ** Hair Loss

    Moringa Oleifera: Powerful Natural Antibiotics for Bacterial Infection

    Antibiotics and anti-bacterial drugs are valuable tools in combating infections, both in topical forms and when taken internally. The antimicrobial effects of these powerful medications can be used to treat a wide range of bacterial infections, including pneumonia, tuberculosis, meningitis, strep throat and many other diseases. Over 100 different compounds are classed as antibiotics, such as penicillin, erythromycin, tetracycline and many other major types of anti-bacterial agents. Some antibiotics are more effective against certain bacteria, while others can be used to treat a wider range of bacterial infections. These are sometimes referred to as broad-spectrum antibiotics.


    The ancient Greeks and Egyptians used various types of mold to treat certain ailments. These primitive antibiotics provided some protection against the growth of bacteria within wounds or systemic infections. The Ayurvedic folk medicine tradition of India also incorporated the seeds of the Moringa oleifera plant into ointments and poultices to treat infections. It is now known that these seeds contain a natural antibiotic substance known as pterygospermin.

    Modern antibiotic medicine has its roots in the 1870s, however, when the effects of antibiotics were first observed and recorded by Louis Pasteur, Robert Koch and others. Alexander Fleming’s experiments with bread mold led to the identification of penicillin, a powerful antibiotic that can be used to combat a wide range of bacteria types. Physicians and health care professionals utilize synthetic, semi-synthetic and naturally-occurring antibiotics, depending on the specific illness to be treated and the needs of the individual patient.

    Antibiotics Today

    Modern antibiotics are typically divided into two separate classes. Bacteriostatic antibiotics prevent the division and replication of bacteria, thus stalling the infection’s growth and spread. Bactericidal antibiotics, by contrast, work to destroy the bacteria directly and work more quickly as a result. Antibiotics can be further subdivided into various families, including:

    ** Cephalosporins – These antibiotics retard and prevent the formation of cell walls in most bacteria, preventing the spread of infection.

    ** Glycopeptides – By attacking the cell walls and preventing them from forming or reforming properly, glycopeptides slow the progress of bacteria.

    ** Quinolones – The antibiotic action of quinolones prevents the proper genetic replication of bacteria affected by these drugs.

    ** Macrolides – While not recommended for use by individuals with liver problems, the macrolide line of antibiotics is typically used to treat tuberculosis, Lyme disease and leprosy.

    ** Tetracyclines – One of the most popular families of antibiotics, these medications are used as broad-spectrum anti-bacterial drugs to fight a wide range of infections and diseases.

    Additionally, natural antibiotics are available that can provide anti-bacterial benefits to patients suffering from infections.


    In some cases, certain classes or families of antibiotics cannot be ingested by patients due to serious allergies. Penicillin allergies are the most common type of antibiotic allergy, with approximately ten percent of all people reporting some degree of allergic response when treated with the drug. The most common reaction is rash or discomfort, but serious allergic reactions are also possible, including anaphylactic shock and even death.


    Moringa as Potent Antioxidant: Protection Against Damaging Free Radicals

    Oxidants, also known as free radicals, can cause serious damage to the body through the breakdown of cells. This breakdown can weaken the immune system and may be responsible for causing cataracts, some forms of cancer, arthritis, heart disease and other physical ailments; free radicals can cause accelerated aging of cells and physical systems as well. Free radicals are the result of oxygen reacting chemically with cells in the body during the breakdown of food or other substances. These chemical compounds can damage the DNA structures of other cells, creating mutations that can cause significant alterations to the cells and may serve as precursors to cancerous growths within the body.

    Antioxidants can help to protect against this damage by breaking down free radicals into their constituent parts or chemically bonding with these harmful substances and removing them from the physical system. While the body naturally synthesizes some antioxidant enzymes including catalase and glutathione, other antioxidant materials are derived from dietary sources. Beta carotene and Vitamins A, E and C are considered to be among the most beneficial antioxidants in terms of controlling and eliminating free radicals from the body. Many antioxidant substances work to eliminate free radicals independently while others act as helpers in the process; for instance, Vitamin C acts directly to break down free radical compounds in the bloodstream, while selenium works with gluthathione to create enzymes capable of breaking down hydrogen peroxide into safe and manageable substances within the body. The Moringa oleifera tree, colloquially known as the drumstick tree, is an outstanding dietary source of antioxidants and provides a significant portion of the daily recommended allowances of beta carotene and other vitamins and nutrients that work to cleanse free radicals from the tissues and bloodstream. The antioxidant properties of the seeds, seed pods and leaves of the moringa plant can protect the body against the damaging effects of free radicals and may help to reduce the risk of certain cancers. Additionally, the plant can help keep cells healthier and prevent premature aging. A study by Nambiar, Guin, Parnami and Daniel published in 2010 in the Journal of Herbal Medicine and Toxicology showed that the antioxidant properties of moringa leaves can be highly beneficial for overweight individuals and those who have high levels of lipids in their systems. These hyperlipidemic patients showed reductions in the amounts of fatty materials in their bloodstreams; the reduction in cholesterol levels produced by the antioxidants in moringa leaves may help to protect against coronary disease and other damaging circulatory ailments.

    Combined with the highly nutritive composition of moringa leaves and seeds, the high levels of antioxidant substances in the plant can provide superior health benefits and protection against the effects of free radicals on the body. While the antioxidant benefits of moringa leaves and seed pods are especially important in parts of the world where other types of healthy food are scarce, moringa can provide significant benefits as a dietary supplement even in technologically advanced societies. By incorporating these healthy products into everyday nutritional choices, individuals can enjoy the antioxidant benefits of moringa while continuing their normal diets.