The easiest way to get the nutritional benefits of Moringa quickly is to use Moringa dried leaves to make a refreshing Moringa tea, which provides plenty of fibre, antioxidant nutrients and vitamins to support intestinal health and boost the body's immune system, as well as anti-inflammatory, anti-cellulite, detoxifying and restful effects, and to relieve discomfort from joint and muscle pain. It is a natural health food and is suitable for daily consumption by families of all ages. In addition, the dried leaves can be added directly to your diet to enhance the flavour and nutrition of your food.
Also known as the 'Tree of Life', Moringa is rich in protein, vitamins and 46 antioxidants such as the plant polyphenol quercetin, chlorogenic acid and niazimicin, which are known to be anti-ageing and repair damaged cells. It also contains 36 anti-inflammatory nutrients such as tocopherols, catechins and isothiocyanates, which are effective in reducing inflammation, muscle pain and preventing skin and airway irritation. Moringa contains 18 amino acids, polyphenols and flavonoids, which are phytonutrients that improve sleep, boost immunity and improve metabolism.
Directions As an accompaniment to cooking: sprinkle a small amount directly onto any food; mix with salads, or drinks; use as an ingredient in bread or baked snacks. Making a healthy tea: take an appropriate amount of dried leaves and boil in water for 3 to 5 minutes. The leaves can be repeatedly boiled until light in colour.
Ingredients Organic Moringa Oleifera leaves
Cautions Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight.